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, Sophie Parslow. 

Follow DARG on Twitter.

The DARGchive consists in a collection of audio & video materials (such as conference presentations and interviews) featuring discursive psychologists, conversation analysts, and current and former members of DARG.

Autumn 2019 Calendar

Date 

DARG 1-2:30pm

DARG-PLUS 3-4.30pm

Room

02/10/2019 

Classic data

Available

SMB010

09/10/2019

Marie Flinkfeldt, Rein Sikveland, Elizabeth Stokoe & Sophie Parslow
Age, gender, functionality and relationship status

School meeting

 SMB010

16/10/2019

Charles Antaki – An ‘old-school’ data session - action formation & ascription

Jack Joyce - DARG Soup

 WAV115

23/10/2019

Jack Grieve – Understanding Stylistic Variation on the Donald Trump Twitter Account

Jack Grieve - Data session

Joint-CRCC U122

30/10/2019

Jessica Robles, Joshua Raclaw, Stephen DiDomenico, & Jack Joyce –
Reading aloud from mobile-mediated text as a resource for reporting speech to do local actions

Sille Abildgaard - Studio-based learning and entrepreneurial practices: being a university student and being a consultant

 U112

06/11/2019

Gabriel Knott-Fayle – "It's not what we're talking about today": (Re)defining the debate during TV debates on trans sport

Available

 WAV115

13/11/2019

Rachael Drewery - The introduction and assessment of patient confusion in talk between advanced clinical practitioners and patients.

 Available

 WAV115

20/11/2019

Bogdana Huma, Marc Alexander & Elizabeth Stokoe - Order of accounting

No DARG+

 TBC

27/11/2019

No session due to strike action

No session due to strike action

TBC

04/12/2019

No session due to strike action

No session due to strike action

TBC

11/12/2019

Marie Flinkfeldt - Person-reference, embedded correction, and the institutional goal of a ‘gender-neutral’ language

Available

TBC