Centre for Research in Communication and Culture

Events

Discourse and Rhetoric Group (DARG) events

These sessions are for staff, PhD students and external visitors with interests in any and all aspects of discourse, rhetorical or interaction analysis, methods and theory.

Sessions can be data-driven (including all forms of textual and interactional materials), discussions of papers, presentations or general discussion on a nominated topic.

DARG runs on Wednesdays from 1pm - 2.30pm
DARG-PLUS runs on Wednesdays from 3pm - 4.30pm

Sessions take place in room B1.14 Brockington Building, unless otherwise advertised. To join the DARG email list or present at DARG, please contact the co-ordinator, Louise White

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Autumn 2017 programme

Date

DARG 1-2:30pm

DARG-PLUS 3-4.30pm

Room

04/10/2017

Kathryn Emerson - The co-construction of music production: How and when do choral conductors give feedback during rehearsals?

Kathryn Emerson - The co-construction of music production in choir rehearsals

B1.14

11/10/2017

Liz Stokoe, Heidi Kevoe-Feldman, and Rein Sikveland

Liz Stokoe, Heidi Kevoe-Feldman, and Rein Sikveland

B1.14

18/10/2017

Nimet Copur - A micro-analytic investigation of student-initiated humour in EFL classes in Turkey

Ana Cristina Ostermann

B1.14

25/10/2017

Magnus Hamann

Available

U1.22

01/11/2017

Karianne Skovholt

Karianne Skovholt

B1.14

08/11/2017

Ana Cristina Ostermann

Available

B1.14

15/11/2017

Samu Pehkonen

Available

B1.14

22/11/2017

Simon Goodman

Simon Goodman

B1.14

29/11/2017

Marco Pino

Paul Drew - The patient's agenda in ENT oncology and diabetes clinics; 'patient initiatives'

B1.14

06/12/2017

Louise Bradley - Talking about suicide with adults with autism

Philippa Carr

B1.14

13/12/2017

Jessica Robles

Antti Kamunen - Bodily and spatial orientation in multiple-tasks surroundings

B1.14