As a premier gathering of international sociolinguists, this biennial event has emerged as a unique and innovative forum to develop and exchange new ideas, broaden the scope of the discipline, and create new academic networks.
Applications close: Oct 23, 2020 (HK Time)
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Course Offerings and time-table in 2020-2021 are available now.
Dr Nicholas Luke
Avoidance as Love: Evading Cavell on Dover Cliff
Modern Philology 2020 117:4, 445-469
Professor Adam Jaworski
EAT, LOVE and other (small) stories: Tellability and multimodality in Robert Indiana’s word art
2020. In Crispin Thurlow (ed.) The Business of Words: Linguists, Wordsmiths, and Other Language Workers. London: Routledge. 86–109.
Dr Anjuli Gunaratne
Corps Perdu: Aimé Césaire’s Theory of Tragedy
forthcoming, Research in African Literatures, Fall 2020.
Dr Ricky Chan
In F. Nolan, K. McDougall & T. Hudson (Eds), Oxford Handbook of Forensic Phonetics. Oxford University Press. (expected in 2020)
Dr Otto Heim
Beyond the Rim? Redrawing Boundaries in Pacific Theatre
Shifting Grounds: Cultural Tectonics along the Pacific Rim. Ed. Brigitte Glaser and Jutta Ernst. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, forthcoming 2020.
Dr Adrian Pablé
New Directions for Integrational Linguistics
Duncker, Dorthe & Adrian Pablé. (eds.). 2020. London: Routledge. (forthcoming)