Have you ever been interested in forensic linguistics, task-based language teaching, text mining, audiovisual text analysis or other applied linguistics methods? If so, the Arqus Alliance invites you to discover these and other topics by attending the AL4ALL – Applied Linguistics for All seminars.
AL4ALL is one of the winning projects presented by Vilnius University and the University of Graz in the framework of the first Arqus Call for Student Co-Designed Projects launched this year. It seeks to provide a space for discussion, exchange of ideas and growth in all stages of education in PhD studies. In doing so, AL4ALL aims to catalyze the potential of applied linguistics and other methods in order to bridge the gap between different fields of research. AL4ALL provides an online video conferencing platform for PhD candidates and other young researchers from various disciplines who use applied linguistics methods.
The presenters are 12 PhD students and young researchers from the Arqus Universities of Granada, Graz, Leipzig, Maynooth, Minho and Vilnius as well as the University of Zaragoza (Spain) and Mainz Johannes Gutenberg University (Germany).
Justice in Quotation Marks: The Power of Quotes in Trial Discourse and Beyond by Nikol Stopić. Department of English Studies (University of Graz). 20th November 2023, 16:00 to17:30 CET.
Challenges in task design: researching L2 Lithuanian case acquisition through the Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) approach by Richard Udes. Faculty of Philology, Institute of Applied Linguistics, Center for Multilingual Studies (Vilnius University). 21st November, 10:00-11:30 CET.
Branding of Pakistani Military through Entertainment: A Case-Study of ISPR-Produced Movies, Dramas and Songs by Madeeha Naz. Department of Communications and Media Studies (Leipzig University). 22nd November, 12:00-13:30 CET.
Extracting the essence: tools of applied linguistics to define aesthetic categories by Tomas Riklius. Faculty of Philology (Vilnius University). 23rd November, 15:30-17:00 CET.
They really, really, really don’t like to admit they made mistakes: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Appraisal in Wrongful Convictions by Carmen Ortega Robles. Department of English and German Philologies (University of Granada). 27th November, 16:00-17:30 CET.
Analysing the factors that influence the choice of the grammar teaching methodology and the presence of cognitive grammar in the Spanish as a Foreign Language teaching in Lithuania by Jorge López Parreño. Faculty of Philology, Spanish department (Vilnius University). 30th November, 15:30-17:00 CET.
Methods and approaches used in sociolinguistic research in the Northeastern region of the Azerbaijani Republic by Vusala Maharramova. Institute for Slavic, Turkic and Circum-Baltic Studies (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz). 4th December, 16:30-18:00 CET.
Towards a Method for Studying Conceptual Variation in Humanitarian Discourse by Santiago Chambó. Doctoral School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law; Faculty of Translation and Interpreting (University of Granada). 6th December, 16:00-17:30 CET.
An ecological perspective on EFL teachers’ wellbeing and identities by Carlos Alberto Murillo Miranda. ELT Research and Methodology Department (University of Graz). 11th December, 13:00-14:30 CET.
Using audiovisual materials in the EFL classroom: Compilation and analysis of a multimodal corpus of films and series by Paula Wood Borque. Department of English and German Philology (University of Zaragoza). 12th December, 16:00-17:30 CET.
Text Mining on Mining: Creating and Investigating a Sustainability Report Corpus of the Mining Sector by Anna Meyer. English and American Studies (University of Graz). 13th December, 16:00-17:30 CET.
The Cross-linguistic Influence in The Process of Learning Spanish as A Third Language: An Exploration into The Minds of Indian Bilingual Learners by Deepak Singh. School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (Maynooth University). 14th December, 16:00-17:30 CET.
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