Using the Discourse Historical Approach to Analyse German Nationalist and anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1924)

Date: 23 June 2011 Time: 17.00-19.00

Venue: B62 Furness College, Lancaster University

Dynamics of Memories and the Department of History present:

Felicity Rash (Professor of German Linguistics, Queen Mary, University of London)

Using the Discourse Historical Approach to Analyse German Nationalist and anti-Semitic Discourse (1871-1924)

Followed by a roundtable discussion including contributions from Thomas Rohkrämer (History), David Seymour (Law) and Bernhard Forchtner (Linguistics and English Language)

Chair: Ruth Wodak (Linguistics and English Language)

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

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Associated staff: Mercedes Camino (History), Agata Fijalkowski (Law), Bernhard Forchtner (Linguistics and English Language), Patrick Hagopian (History), Aristotle Kallis (History), Nayanika Mookherjee (Sociology), Corinna Peniston-Bird (History), Thomas Rohkrämer (History), David M. Seymour (Law), John Strachan (History), David Sugarman (Law), Naomi Tadmor (History), John Welshman (History), Ruth Wodak (Linguistics and English Language)

Organising departments and research centres: Dynamics of Memories, European Languages and Cultures, History

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