Programme

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Thursday 26th June 2014

 

Room: Lord Ashcroft Building (LAB) 112

09:30 Registration, welcome, coffee
10:00

Keynote

Tope Omoniyi, University of Roehampton and Morakinyo Ogunmodimu, Tulane University, New Orleans: Researching Identity through Hiphopography and Ethnography: A tale of two methods.

11:00 O. Mayeux: Doing an Ethnography in an Online Language Revitalisation Community
11:30 G. Androulakis: Identities on the Wall: the Need of Qualitative Methods for the Analysis of Personal Tags in the Linguistic Cityscape
12:00 R.W. Hallett: Constructing and Reconstructing National Identity through/for Tourism
12:30 Discussion
13:00 Lunch (LAB 113)
14:00 R. Piazza: Irish Travellers’ identity in response to stigmatisation
14:30 T. Rørbeck Nørreby: Ethnic identity in late modern Copenhagen
15:00 W. Lu: A mirror of glasses?: researcher’s position in an ethnographic study of teaching and learning Mandarin in three difference educational contexts in the United Kingdom
15:30 Discussion with coffee
16:30 End
18:00 Sightseeing: meet outside the main campus entrance/Helmore building for a stroll through Cambridge before dinner
19:00 Dinner: Location tbc

Friday 27th June 2014

 

Room: Lord Ashcroft Building (LAB) 005

 

09:30

Keynote

Erez Levon, Queen Mary University London: Stance, voice and the linguistic construction of self

10:30  Discussion and coffee 
11:00  F. o’Dwyer: Attribute mining and stance-taking in third-wave sociolinguistics 
11:30  D. Weston: Code-switching variation: indexicality and identity 
12:00  L. J. McEntee-Atalianis: Stance and Metaphor in Identity Construction 
12:30  Discussion 
13:00  Lunch (LAB 006) 
14:00  T. Auckle: Performing Shifting Identities in Mauritian Bhojpuri: The Case of the Zubeda Song 
14:30  U. Clark: Language, Performance and Region: Discourse and Sociocultural Identity in the English West Midland
15:00  M. T. Witten, A. N. Flores Garcia and T. A. Castineira Benitez: A Multimodal Analysis of Classroom Social Practices: The Navigation of Multiple Literacies and Shifting Identities 
15:30  Discussion and coffee 
16:30  End 

 

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