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This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Josie Ryan (Bangor University) and Veronika Koller (Lancaster University), on “A nation divided”: spatial metaphor scenarios in news reports about the 2016 British EU referendum.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Josie Ryan and Veronika Koller
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Sharon McCulloch, who will talk about: What do academics do all day?
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
C89, County South
Speaker
Sharon McCulloch
This weeks UCREL seminar is given by Jesse Egbert, Northern Arizona University
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
MAN - Mngt School LT 12
Speaker
Jesse Egbert
This week welcome Leanne Bartley (University of Granada), on ‘Can clever language use result in wrongful convictions?: Insights from an Appraisal analysis of courtroom discourse'.
Event Time
11-12
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Leanne Bartley
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Elena Semino (Lancaster University), on Language in first-person accounts of schizophrenia: From mind style to clinical relevance.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
County South B59
Speaker
Elena Semino
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Diane Potts and Benya Suzuki, who will talk about: Japanese Students' Agency in Constructing NEST-led Classes: A Case Study
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
D72, County South
Speaker
Diane Potts and Benya Suzuki
The Culture, Society and Medicine, Seminar Series, 2017-18 welcomes Prof Brian Hurwitz, talking about 'How an Essay Transformed a Disease in 1817'.
Event Time
1-2pm
Venue
County SR4
Speaker
Prof Brian Hurwitz
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Jonathan Culpepper (Lancaster University) and Vittorio Tantucci (Lancaster University), on Reciprocity and (im)politeness.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Jonathan Culpepper and Vittorio Tantucci
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Ornuma Chingchit on 'Effects of Written Corrective Feedback on L2 Learners' Implicit Knowledge Development'.
Event Time
12.00-13.00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Ornuma Chingchit
CASS is pleased to offer three free training events that cover the techniques of corpus linguistics and their application in three different areas.
Venue
Lancaster University
How can corpora, large electronic collections of language samples, make your teaching of English language even better? What can your students themselves do with corpora to study, say, language and gender? These are some of the questions that will be answered in the one-day workshop we are organising for Sixth Formers and their teachers.
Event Time
11:00 until 15:45
Venue
Lancaster University
We are pleased to announce the 13th Lancaster University International Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching which will take place at Lancaster University on Thursday, 12 July 2018.
Venue
Lancaster University
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