Survey Seminar Series Spring 2019

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 seminar will take place during the Spring term. (The second seminar is in the process of confirmation.)

Both seminars will be in Darwin Building B15 at 4.15.

Wednesday 30 January, 4.15pm, Darwin Building B15

  Cliff Oswick (Case Business School, City University London)
Integrating Discourse and Materiality: Towards Blended Forms of Analysis in Narrative Research

This presentation offers a classification of perspectives on engaging with materiality in discourse-based research. Drawing upon a ‘mainstream empirical example’ (i.e. the succession of managers of the England football team), an approach that integrates realist and social constructivist concerns by blending event-based analysis with narrative-based analysis is presented.

Wednesday 13 March, 4.15pm, Darwin Building B15

Geri Popova (Goldsmiths College)
(to be confirmed)


All welcome! Drinks afterwards.

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