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    English Linguistics

    Guest lectures

    Forthcoming


    Prof. Dr. Anita Fetzer

    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

    Contact:

    English Linguistics

    Dominik Schoppa: dominik-jan.schoppa@uni-wuerzburg.de 

    For the abstract and bio-note, click here


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    Prof. Dr. Lawrence Solan

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    Gaby Axer, M.A.

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    Prof. Dr. Kristin Hanson

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