Home

  Objectives

  Past Events

  Present Events

  Minutes

  Committee Members

  Email list

  Publications

  Links

  BAAL

 

Present Events

The British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) 9th BAAL Language, Gender and Sexuality Special Interest Group Event
Ethnographies of Language, Gender & Sexuality

Date: Thursday 26th April 2018; 10.00am to 5.30pm Place: Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, London SE14 6NW.

This is the 11th meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics Special Interest Group on Language, Gender and Sexuality. The aim of this event is to highlight the important contributions that ethnography as a methodology can make to the study of language, gender and sexuality. The event encourages a discussion between language, gender and sexuality scholars and linguistic ethnographers, raising questions of theory and methodology, and, above all, offering an insight into a range of current ethnographic studies of language, gender & sexuality in both private and institutional contexts within and outside the UK.

Speakers:

  • Angela Creese (University of Birmingham) The ‘other woman’ in a mother and daughter relationship: The case of Mami Ji
  • Aminul Hoque (Goldsmiths, University of London) British-Islamic Identity: Third-generation Bangladeshis from east London
  • Emma Moore (University of Sheffield) Girls and grammar: Using ethnography to understand the social meanings of nonstandard English
  • Frances Rock (Cardiff University) ‘Women’s problems’: Gender and sexuality as interactional resources and discursive challenges in legal support encounters
  • Pia Pichler (Goldsmiths, University of London) Rapport in three ethnographic studies of language and gender in private contexts
  • Julia Snell (University of Leeds) The intersections of gender and class in children’s linguistic practices

    For more information, and to sign up for event please visit https://sites.google.com/view/baalgalsig11











    Web site and all contents © Copyright Paul Baker p dot baker at lancaster.ac.uk 2006, All rights reserved.
  •