(with apologies for cross-postings)
Before the year comes to an end, we are happy to get back to you with two announcements that might be of interest:
- The first is for a one day colloquium on New Approaches to Discourse Across Disciplines, hosted by our colleagues at Aston University, which will take place on 1 March 2017. Speakers include Johannes Angermüller (Warwick), Paul Baker (Lancaster), Jason Glynos (Essex) and Gerlinde Mautner (Vienna). Check out the page of the event for more details [url]!
- The second is for the 3rd edition of the Amsterdam Summer School “Doing research with discourse analysis”, which, after two already successful editions, will be hosted at the VU University from 10 to 21 July 2017. For the third year, the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Dept of Language and Communication) invites MA/PhD students to join its Discourse Analysis and social practice course. The interactive course offers a variety of theories, methods and practice in social settings and discusses how to integrate discourse analysis in a transdisciplinary research design. Guest lecturers include Alison Sealey (Lancaster University), Andreas Musolff (University of East Anglia), as well as Alan Cienki (VU, Langage & Cognition) and Ida Sabelis (VU, Organisation Sciences) and others. All information available on the summer schools’ website [url].
With all our best wishes for the coming year,
Your ACDC conveners