2015/16 Archive TP1

Room: MB549
Time: 4.30-5.30

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Teaching period 1 

Wednesday 14 October
Raising Generation Rx - 
Negotiations with School 
ProfessorLinda Blum, Northeastern University

Wednesday 21 October
Mnemonic socialisation and intergenerational production of political heritage: perspectives from Britain, Russia and Spain
Dr Anton Popov, Sociology and Policy Group, Aston University

Wednesday 28 October
The empirical analysis of policy frames in the EU 
Dr Patrycja Rozbicka, Aston Centre for Europe

Wednesday 4 November
Introducing adversarial interpreting 
Dr Krzysztof KredensCentre for Forensic Linguistics

Wednesday 11 November CLARA 
Collocations in the Marketing Language: Development of an Extraction Model for Spanish, German and English
Professor Guadalupe Ruiz Yepes, Heilbronn University

Wednesday 18 November
Language and Communication Training for Police Interviewers: Applying linguistics to professional practice 
Dr Kate HaworthCentre for Forensic Linguistics

Wednesday 25 November 
Between Byzantium and Brussels: The Politics of Orthodox Churches in the European Union
Dr Lucian LeusteanAston Centre for Europe

Wednesday 2 December -  CANCELLED 
Multilingualism sells? Competing language ideologies in advertising and marketing discourses
Professor Helen Kelly-Holmes, University of Limerick

Wednesday 9 December LSS
The multidisciplinary, multi-impactful and multinational nature of research impact: Lessons from REF2014 and beyond 
Professor Jonathan Grant, Director, Policy Institute at King’s College London