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LINGUIST List 17.1732

Wed Jun 07 2006

Confs: Discourse Analysis/Cuenca, Spain

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        1.    Rosario Caballero, Multimodal Discourse(s): Image and Communication


Message 1: Multimodal Discourse(s): Image and Communication
Date: 06-Jun-2006
From: Rosario Caballero <MRosario.Caballerouclm.es>
Subject: Multimodal Discourse(s): Image and Communication


Multimodal Discourse(s): Image and Communication

Date: 05-Jul-2006 - 07-Jul-2006
Location: Cuenca, Spain
Contact: Jesus Moya
Contact Email: cursos.veranouclm.es
Meeting URL: http://www.uclm.es/curve/2006/pdf/CCVV2006_12.pdf

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): None ()

Meeting Description:

The purposes of this summer course/workshop are twofold: (a) to introduce the
attendants with current approaches to multimodal discourse and (b) to provide
them with analytical tools to explore multimodal texts. The invited speakers
include Gunther Kress, Eija Ventola, Charles Forceville, Crispin Thurlow, Lisa
el Refaie, and Raquel Segovia.

5 July

10,00 h.
Registration.
10,30 h.
Course opening.
11,00 h.
''The World told and the World shown: gains and
loses in representation, knowing and imagination''.
Prof. Gunther KRESS
University of London
12,15 h.
''How do we investigate the relations between
modes, shapes of knowledge and forms of
imagination?: a workshop focussed on formulating
research questions, data, and analyses''.
Prof. Gunther KRESS
16,30 h.
''Multimodality and consuming personalities:
Mozart''.
Prof. Eija VENTOLA
University of Helsinky
17,45 h.
''Workshop on marketing a celebrity-practicing
methods of multisemiotic analyses''.
Prof. Eija VENTOLA

6 July

10,00 h.
''Pictorial and multimodal metaphor in
advertising and fi lm''.
Prof. Charles FORCEVILLE
University of Amsterdam
11,00 h.
Workshop: '' Multimodal metaphors in
print advertisements, commercials, and fi lm
fragments''.
Prof. Charles FORCEVILLE
12,30 h.
''Multimodality, materiality and the discursive
production of elite mobility''.
Prof. Crispin THURLOW
University of Washington
13,30 h.
Workshop: '' The visual-spatial production of
luxury and class inequality''.
Prof. Crispin THURLOW
17,00 h.
''What makes us laugh? Multimodal humour and
ridicule''.
Dr. Lisa EL REFAIE
University of Cardiff
18,15 h.
Workshop: '' Humour in political newspaper
cartoons''.
Dr. Lisa EL REFAIE

7 July

10,00 h.
''Analysing transfer phenomena from a
multimodal perspective''.
Prof. Raquel SEGOVIA
Universidad Jaume I
11,00 h.
Workshop:'' The intercultural narrative of
Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone''
Prof. Raquel SEGOVIA
12,30 h.
Round Table: ''Multimodal Discourse Analysis''.

Moderator:
Prof. José Ignacio ALBENTOSA HERNÁNDEZ
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

Speakers:
Dr. María Jesús PINAR SANZ
Dr. María del Rosario CABALLERO
Dr. Ernesto SUAREZ-TOSTE
Prof. A. Jesús MOYA GUIJARRO
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
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