SEING II English Studies Across Genres, Media And Modes

SEING II English Studies Across Genres, Media And Modes

SEING II ENGLISH STUDIES ACROSS GENRES, MEDIA AND MODES

 This Seminar is intended for doctoral students in English Studies who wish to present their current research. It is seen as an opportunity for young researchers to share and compare their initiatives and their experience as PhD students with other colleagues. They will be accompanied by senior lecturers and experts in some of the fields of research in English Studies. Abstracts should be submitted in English.

The confirmed plenary speakers for the SEING II: English Studies Across Genres, Media and Modes are Mary Harrod (Warwick University), film studies scholar, and Isabel Corona (Universidad de Zaragoza), professor in Applied Linguistics.

Possible themes:
 
LINGUISTICS
  • Applied linguistics and English learning / teaching
  • English and professional discourses
  • Intercultural rhetoric
  • Genre theory, rhetorics and communication
  • Pragmatics and discourse analysis
 
LITERATURE
  • Contemporary and modern American literature
  • Contemporary and modern British literature
  • Contemporary and modern Irish literature
  • Literary criticism and literary theory
  • Postcolonial studies
 
TRANSLATION AND CULTURAL STUDIES
  • Audiovisual translation
  • Specialized translation
  • Literary translation
  • Language, style and literary and cultural change
 
CINEMA STUDIES
  • Culture and film theories
  • Film and TV genres
  • Globalization in audiovisual media
  • Transnational cinema and cosmopolitanism
 
 SEING II

 

 

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