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Mon May 31 2004

Confs: Discourse Analysis/Aalborg, Denmark

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Message 1: Re: DeXus - Discourse Nexus 2.0

Date: Mon, 31 May 2004 16:26:07 -0400 (EDT)
From: Paul McIlvenny paul <Paul>
Subject: Re: DeXus - Discourse Nexus 2.0


 Registration deadline:
 15th June, 2004

 DeXus - Discourse Nexus 2.0
 An international summer school
 in discourse studies

Invited guests:

Puleng Hanong, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Gunther Kress, The Institute of Education, University of London, UK
Luisa Martin Rojo, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain 
Ron Scollon, Georgetown University, USA

 Dates:
 16th - 21st August, 2004

 Location:
 Centre for Discourse Studies
 Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark

 Web site:
 http://diskurs.hum.aau.dk/dexus2

DeXus is the name for the Discourse Nexus summer school, which was
held very successfully for the first time in 2003 at the Centre for
Discourse Studies, Aalborg University. DeXus focuses on innovative
research in discourse studies and its application to a variety of
settings and data sets. Participants will engage in a mix of lectures,
workshops, group work, individual consultations and discussion
sessions.

The goal of DeXus is to create a space in which attendees can discuss
the latest moves in discourse studies, apply approaches in discourse
studies to 'real world' problems, learn hands-on in a positive
environment and find new relays between academic work and social
change.

Keynote lectures will focus on the following themes:
 - Revisiting Ideology, Hegemony and Identity in Discourse: Evidence
 from Institutional Discourse 
 - Rethinking Analytical Practice: Conceptual, Methodological, and
 Political Implications
 - Discourse Analysis: Is It Useful; Is It Enough?�
 Six Areas of Development in Contemporary Discourse Analysis

Workshops will be held on the following topics:
 - Discourse, Gender and Linguistic Repertoires: An African Viewpoint
 - CDA in Practice: Paradoxical Effects of the Iraq war on
 European Identity
 - The Discourses of Food in the World System

More lectures and workshops to be announced soon. Check the website.

The summer school is international and open to all researchers, PhD and
graduate students.

For more academic information, contact the organisers:
 Paul McIlvenny <paulhum.aau.dk>
 or Pirkko Raudaskoski <pirkkohum.aau.dk>

The participation fee is 3000 Danish kroner (approx. 400 Euros), which
covers participation, administrative costs, tea/coffee and lunches
every working day, and one evening drinks reception (Monday) and one
evening dinner (Thursday). More information on the DeXus web site.

Please register online at http://diskurs.hum.aau.dk/dexus2

The deadline for registration is 15th June 2004. Payment of the fee
should be received by 15th July at the latest.

For practical information, please contact the DeXus secretariat at
<cdshum.aau.dk>.

Centre for Discourse Studies: <http://diskurs.hum.aau.dk>;
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