Professor Ruth Wodak

Emeritus

Profile

Ruth is Emeritus Distinguished Professor at Lancaster University. She is also affiliated to the University of Vienna where she is currently PI of a 3-year research project on the "Discursive Construction of National Identity - Austria 2015" (see https://medienportal.univie.ac.at/en/uniview/forschung/detailansicht/artikel/wie-oesterreicherinnen-gemacht-werden/; http://pf.fwf.ac.at/de/wissenschaft-konkret/project-finder/33284). She is also continuing to supervise 1 PhD student at Lancaster University, and one PhD student at University Vienna.

2017 she held the Willi Brandt Chair (Visiting Professorship) at Malmö University, Sweden (

https://www.mah.se/english/research/Centers/Malmo-Institute-for-Studies-of-Migration-Diversity-and-Welfare/About-MIM/Guest-Professorship-in-Memory-of-Willy-Brandt/).

In the fall 2018, she will be a visiting fellow at the Institut für die Wissenschaft des Menschen (IWM) (http://www.iwm.at/) in Vienna where she will be working primarily on the second revised edition of her monograph The Politics of Fear (Sage).

Präsentation mit anschließendem Fest von: Public Spaces in Transition 2013 - Die Projekte
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ANNUAL FACULTY LECTURE
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Herausforderungen an eine kritische theoretische wie Praxis relevante Angewandte Sprachwissenschaft
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Keynote speaker: 15 years ZARA - Civil Courage and Anti-Racism Work
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CADAAD 2014
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#Ethnography
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http://www.correctly-political.de/
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European Identities and the Discursive Construction of The Stranger
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Public Lecture; Boston University
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Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference
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Discourse Practices
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  • Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
  • CPERC - Cultural Political Economy Research Centre
  • Migrancy Research Group