Conferences Category

Panel at IPra 2017 in Belfast

Knowing me and knowing you – reference and identity markers in public discourse organised by Minna Nevala, University of Helsinki and Ursula Lutzky, Vienna University of Economics and Business This panel studies the use of labelling in texts intended to be public, as reflected in their accessibility or distribution in the public domain. It approaches […]

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eMargin as an annotation tool for narrative analysis

This week I’m at the International Conference on Narrative at Manchester Metropolitan University. I will be talking about Early Modern English witness depositions and their narrative structure. Basically, I am studying the depositions given by witnesses which were recorded by scribes in written form, often before the actual proceedings were held in court. Now, while […]

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A sociopragmatic study of surprise markers in Early Modern English

I have been invited to a panel about “The role of identity in discourse-pragmatic variation and change” to be held at the i-Mean@UWE conference in Bristol, 18-20 April 2013. My panel contribution allows me to dig a bit deeper in the area of historical discourse marker research from a gender perspective. In one of my […]

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