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Summer school: Digital resources for academic and scientific writing – San Javier, 18 – 22 July

The 7th edition of Writing Science in English aims to provide participants with strategies to write in a clearer and more academic way in English.

In this edition, we will delve into the use of digital resources that allow us to achieve these goals. To this end, we will combine theoretical sessions with practical activities.

The course will be conducted in English and will be taught by specialist teachers from various universities in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain.

Click here to know more about your instructors.

Sessions and schedule here.

Registration here.

Corpus linguistics and applied linguistics research 2022

We can now confirm the lineup for the forthcoming edition of Corpus linguistics and applied linguistics research 2022. As in the previous 2021 edition, we are so lucky to have a fabulous group of scholars that will share their insights into the use of corpus linguistics methods in a range of applied linguistics research areas.

In this 2022 edition, the four talks will be given by:

Dr Gavin Brookes, University of Lancaster

Prof Tony McEnery, University of Lancaster

Prof Javier Pérez Guerra, University of Vigo

Dr Charlotte Taylor, University of Sussex

Further details about dates and titles will be provided shortly.

This online event is organized by the Universidad de Murcia and the research group E020-07 (Lenguajes de especialidad, corpus lingüísticos y lingüística inglesa aplicada a la ingeniería del conocimiento).

Aston University launches a video podcast on corpus linguistics

Dr Robbie Love speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about what corpus linguistics can do for society. The first season of CorpusCast features conversations with Profs Paul Baker, Elena Semino and our very own Pascual Pérez-Paredes.

Prof Baker’s interview will be out on January 5th. Here it is:

Approaches to Digital Discourse Analysis 3 (ADDA 3)

May 13-15, 2022, St. Petersburg, Florida

Conference website:

Conference themes

Papers are invited from discourse scholars from different traditions focusing on digital discourse and other relevant fields, among others:

Research methods in digital discourse analysis
Theoretical approaches to digital discourse analysis
Critical digital discourse analysis
Micro analysis of digital discourse
Digital genres
Discourse and identities in the digital world
Multimodality and digital discourse
Conflict in digital discourse
Digital discourse and the professions
Digital service encounters
Political discourse in the digital age
Gender and digital media
Digital discourse and journalism
Digital discourse and education
Digital discourse and health
Digital discourse and society
Digital discourse in gaming
Any other relevant topics related to digital discourse

Important dates

Panel proposals deadline October 1, 2021
Notification of acceptance of panels will be sent by November 1, 2021
Individual paper proposals deadline November 15, 2021
Notification of acceptance of individual papers will be sent by Jan 31, 2022