Events

Survey Seminar Series Autumn 2017

The Survey of English Usage organises a number of seminars each year for staff and students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and beyond. They are generously sponsored by the English Department.

The following research seminars will take place during the Spring term.

Both seminars will begin at 4.15pm in Foster Court 239.

Thursday 16 November, 4.15pm, Foster Court 239

  Chloe Harrison (Coventry)
Action chains, grounding and 'narrative urgency' in Enduring Love.

Biographical info: Chloe Harrison is a Lecturer in Stylistics at Coventry University. Her research interests include Cognitive Grammar for stylistic application, cognitive poetics, reader response and contemporary and postmodern fiction. Her monograph Cognitive Grammar in Contemporary Fiction (2017) has recently been published with John Benjamins, and she is currently writing a textbook on Cognitive Grammar with Dr Marcello Giovanelli (Aston University). Alongside other projects, Chloe is also collaborating on an empirical reader response study of re-reading with Dr Louise Nuttall (University of Huddersfield).

Writing an abstract for this talk is a MAEL Research Methods Assignment.

Tuesday 12 December 4.15pm, Foster Court 239

Billy Clark (Middlesex)
title tbc

Writing an abstract for this talk is a MAEL Research Methods Assignment.

All welcome! Drinks afterwards.

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