December 6, 2022, 6-8pm c.t.
The department of English Linguistics cordially invites you to a guest lecture by
Prof. Dr. Anita Fetzer (University of Augsburg):
"It's a very good thing to bring democracy erm directly to everybody at home": The strategic use of 'doing ordinariness' in mediated political discourse
as part of the Linguistisches Kolloquium
Philosophiegebäude, ÜR 11
Dominik Schoppa: email@example.com
For the abstract and bio-note, click here.
Examining ‘Bad Data’: Ego Documents in the History of English
Random Forests in R: A Practical Introduction
English Linguistics Thesis Talks
The Structure of Sri Lankan English: Empirical Perspectives
Irish Sign Language (ISL)
The "Old Bailey Corpus" and its potential for the study of Late Modern English
"The question people are asking is this" – The strategic use of references to ordinariness in political discourse
Applied Linguistics: State of the Art and Concrete Applications
Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Legal Interpretation
Forensic linguistics – Opportunities and challenges
"Frequent coarse language" – Swearing and taboo language downunder
An Antipodean standard – How similar are Australian and New Zealand English in their grammar and style?
"To th' course of alt'ring things"
Formal Innovation and the Meter of Shakespeare's Sonnets