SEMINAR «Women’s Voices in Context of Conflict»

The NETEC  Research Group http://netec.webs.uvigo.es/en is pleased to announce the first SEMINAR of the series ON INTERSECTIONAL VULNERABILITIES:

                                 «Women’s Voices in Context of Conflict»MAY 9/ FACULTADE DE FILOLOXÍA e TRADUCIÓN/Universidade de Vigo12.00 h ROOM B5Miriam López-Rodríguez (Universidad de Málaga): Women Writing War: War as Presented by American Women Playwrights13.00 h ROOM B1Imelda Martín Junquera (Universidad de León): Ecofeminism in the Borderlands: Minoritized Communities*This is an in-person event

English Linguistics Seminar 37 (ELC37)

We are pleased to announce the 37th ELC Research Seminar (online). Details follow here:
Date and time: Monday 9 May 2022, 5:00 – 6:30 pm (CET), via Microsoft Teams
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Christian Mair (University of Freiburg)
Title of talk: Global Naijá, Global Patois: Migration, Media and the Emergence of Pidgin and Creole-Based Informal Epicentres.
Registration is free, but required. The registration form can be found at: https://forms.gle/G4UNDgmLY5iuriEq6
Upon registration, a link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the seminar. Certificates will be issued. ELC seminars are intended for members of staff and MA and PhD students at Departments of English and, more generally, for anyone interested in Linguistics.
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Brief profile:
 
Prof. Dr. Christian Mair is Full Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Freiburg. He has contributed to the creation of several linguistic corpora (including FLOB and FROWN, ARCHER, and ICE-Jamaica, a subcorpus of the International Corpus of English). His research has focused on the corpus-based description of Present-day English and the study of regional variability and the ongoing processes of language change in selected standard and non-standard varieties. His publications include several monographs, and a huge number of articles in scholarly journals and anthologies. Further information on his publications, research and projects: https://p4test18.uni-freiburg.de/academic-sections/linguistics/lsmair

36th ELC Research Seminar (online).

 

Date and time: Monday 4 April 2022, 5:00 – 6:30 pm (CET), via Microsoft Teams

Speaker: Dr. Mario Serrano-Losada (Complutense University of Madrid)

Title of talk: “Meaning in the making: the expression of surprise in the history of English”

 

Registration is free but required. The registration form can be found at:

 

https://forms.gle/eySGPytVmFvHEf2E9

 

Upon registration, a link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the seminar. Certificates will be issued.

ELC seminars are intended for members of staff and MA and PhD students at Departments of English and, more generally, for anyone interested in Linguistics.

    

Brief profile:

Mario Serrano-Losada is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of English Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). A graduate in Spanish Philology (2010, University of Salamanca) and English Philology (2012, University of Salamanca), he holds an MA in Linguistics from the University of Barcelona (2011) and a PhD from the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC, 2018), which he completed on funding from a FPU grant (2013-2017).  

Before joining UCM, Mario Serrano-Losada held a teaching position at the University of Cantabria (2018) and a postdoc position at the University of Santiago de Compostela (grant ED481B 2018/041, Regional Government of Galicia), which enabled him to carry out research as a visiting scholar at the University of Edinburgh (2018-2019).

His main field of research is language variation and change, which he approaches from the standpoint of cognitive and usage-based linguistics. Amongst other things, he has been particularly interested in the study of the emergence and development of evidential and mirative constructions, both in English and Spanish.  

His work has been published in journals like English Language and Linguistics (CUP), the Review of Cognitive Linguistics (Benjamins) or the Journal of Historical Linguistics (Benjamins), and he is Section Editor for Historical Linguistics and Pragmatics of the peer-reviewed journal Open Linguistics (De Gruyter).

Conferencia «Anarcotranshumanismo, tecnofeminismo y ciberfuturibles, algunos distópicos: cómo sobrevivir a la confusión y al capitalismo digital»

Prof. Xavier de Donato (Departamento de Filosofía e Antropoloxía da USC) pronunciará a conferencia «Anarcotranshumanismo, tecnofeminismo y ciberfuturibles, algunos distópicos: cómo sobrevivir a la confusión y al capitalismo digital».

O evento terá lugar o vindeiro xoves, 17 de marzo, ás 16.00 horas, na aula C01 e a través de MS Teams.

 

Estades tod@s cordialmente convidad@s a participar, aínda que se precisa inscrición previa para facer os equipos de Teams (no caso da asistencia virtual), porque tamén se emitirán certificados de participación por 2 horas.

Podes inscribirte aquí: https://forms.office.com/r/s6ukg0ACZM

 

 

 

INFORME FINAL DE RENOVACIÓN DE LA ACREDITACIÓN 2019-2020

INFORME FINAL DE RENOVACIÓN DE LA ACREDITACIÓN 2019-2020

Webinar «Texts as logico-semantic complexes, varying in organization according to fields of activity within context», by Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen

 

We are pleased to announce the upcoming webinar «Texts as logico-semantic complexes, varying in organization according to fields of activity within context», by Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen (School of Foreign Languages, Hunan University).

Date and time: Thursday 17 February 16.00-18.00h, Room C01/ Microsoft Teams  

 

Registration is free, but required. The registration form can be found at:   

https://forms.gle/FpKPaeuzr9hAWFMD7

 

This webinar is organised by

Research project e-LPHON4L-Sounds (PID2019-105678RB-C21 “E-learning phonetics for life: English pronunciation in digital environments for Spanish and Galician speaking learners”, 2020-23, MICINN, AEI), SCIMITAR linguistics team.

Research group Discourse & Identity (ED431C 2019/01)

 

Seminario Internacional: Otros futuros, otros mundos: lecturas para la paz, la sostenibilidad y la ecología hoy

Descarga el programa del Seminario Internacional: Otros futuros, otros mundos: lecturas para la paz, la sostenibilidad y la ecología hoy/ International Seminar: Other Futures, Other Worlds: Reading Peacemaking, Sustainability and Ecology Today, que tendrá lugar del 9 al 10 de febrero vía Zoom.

Este seminario ha sido organizado por las profesoras Rosario Arias y Sara Robles, de la Universidad de Málaga.

La asistencia es gratuita y simplemente debéis inscribiros a través de un sencillo cuestionario de inscripción online a través del cual se recibirá el enlace al evento.

TFMs: Oportunidade de Febreiro de 2021

[Cada un dos tribunais propostos conta co preceptivo membro suplente, aínda que non se indica nesta relación.]

 

Antía Fandiño Bon. Videogames and English Language Teaching and Learners. The Users’ Views.

Supervisor: Ignacio Palacios Martínez.

Assessment Committee:  Paloma Núñez Pertejo (Chair)

Mario Cal Varela (Secretary)

Susana Mª Doval Suárez

Date of defence: Tuesday, February 8th, 2022; 10:00; Room 303

 

Ángela Ferreiría Viéitez. A Study on Marlowe’s Mephistopheles and Shakespeare’s Richard III as the Character of the Vice.

Supervisor: Cristina Mourón Figueroa.

Assessment Committee:  Manuela Palacios González (Chair)

Jorge Sacido Romero (Secretary)

Laura Lojo Rodríguez

Date of defence: Friday, February 11th, 2022; 11:30; Room D07

 

Guillermo Santos Sánchez. Exploring Sexism through Corpora: Adjectives in Focus.

Supervisor: Mª Belén Méndez Naya.

Assessment Committee:  Ignacio Palacios Martínez (Chair)

Elsa Mª González Álvarez (Secretary)

Francisco Xabier Fernández Polo

Date of defence: Monday, February 14th, 2022; 17:00; Room B05

 

Informe Provisional de Evaluación para la Renovación de la Acreditación de iMAES 2019-2020 (Cursos 2016-2020)

La Axencia para a Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) ha remitido el Informe Provisional de Evaluación para la Renovación de la Acreditación de iMAES 2019-2020 (Curos 2016-2020). Nuestro título ha obtenido: valoración «A – Se supera excelentemente» en 4 Criterios (Criterio 1. Organización y desarrollo; Criterio 4. Recursos humanos; Criterio 5. Recursos materiales y servicios; Criterio 6. Resultados de aprendizaje) y valoración «B – Se alcanza» en los 3 Criterios restantes (Criterio 2. Información y transparencia; Criterio 3. Sistema de garantía de calidad; Criterio 7. Indicadores de satisfacción y rendimiento). El Informe Provisional de Evaluación para la Renovación de la Acreditación de iMAES 2019-2020 (Curos 2016-2020) puede descargarse aquí 

Listaxe definitiva de adxudicións de prácticas externas 2021-2022

A listaxe definitiva de adxudicacións de prácticas externas para o curso 2021-2022 pode consultarse aquí.

34th ELC Research Seminar (online): «What is Multicultural London English?, by Dr Christian Ilbury 

34th ELC Research Seminar (online).

Date and time: Tuesday 14 December, 5:00 – 6:30 pm (CET), via Microsoft Teams

Speaker: Dr Christian Ilbury

Title of talk: What is Multicultural London English?

 

Registration is free, but required. The registration form can be found at:

https://forms.gle/FcgHdhmQYBMccbBLA

Upon registration, a link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the seminar. Certificates will be issued.

 

ELC seminars are intended for members of staff and MA and PhD students at Departments of English and, more generally, for anyone interested in linguistics.

Listaxe provisional de adxudicións de prácticas externas 2021-2022

A listaxe provisional de adxudicacións de prácticas externas para o curso 2021-2022 pode consultarse aquí.

Lecture: «We Are of the World: Introduction to Posthumanism», by Małgorzata Kowalcze (Department of English Studies, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland)

Lecture: «We Are of the World: Introduction to Posthumanism», by Małgorzata Kowalcze (Department of English Studies, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland)

Monday, November 22, 2021

10:00am

Vía MS TEAMS

 

Register here: https://forms.gle/mRVoz6Mw47tC1Ww4A

 

 

 

ONLINE LAUNCH OF BOOK BY FORMER IMAES STUDENT Wednesday, 3 November at 7.30pm (Irish Time)// 8.30pm (Spanish Time)

ONLINE LAUNCH OF BOOK BY FORMER IMAES STUDENT Wednesday, 3 November at 7.30pm (Irish Time)// 8.30pm (Spanish Time)

To celebrate the release of Queer Whispers, author Jose Carregal and critically acclaimed fiction writer and poet, Mary Dorcey will be in conversation with novelist and scholar Eibhear Walshe, UCC.

All welcome for what will be a fascinating discussion.

 

The eventbrite link is here to sign up https://bit.ly/3bcCESZ
A zoom link will be sent to all attendees on the day of the event.

 

ALL WELCOME
RSVP ucdpress@ucd.ie

The UCD Press team

CFP workshop “Comparative research on youth language. New trends and challenges”

Prof. Ignacio Palacios Martínez (USC) and Paloma Núñez Pertejo (USC)  would like to invite you to submit an abstract for the workshop entitled “Comparative research on youth language. New trends and challenges” that we will hopefully be convening at the 55th SLE Conference (https://societaslinguistica.eu/sle2022/) to be held at the University of Bucharest (in partnership with the “Iorgu Iordan – Al. Rosetti” Institute of Linguistics, the Romanian Academy) from 24 to 27 August 2022.

 Abstracts should include a title and maximum of 300 words.

The deadline for submission is 15 November 2021. If the proposal is accepted, it will be necessary to submit a revised version of the abstract of about 500 words in January 2022. Please, feel free to distribute this CFP to anyone that you may feel be interested in it.

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