We are getting really excited about our first Language and Communication Research Seminar of this academic year:
Naturalising Interpretation – Interpreting Naturalism: Towards a Neurosemiotic Model of Interpretation
Date: Thursday 10th November 2016
Location: Committee Room 2, Town Hall, Middlesex University, London, NW4 4BT
James Carney from Lancaster University discusses whether interpretation is a mode of inquiry or a cognitive capacity that should itself be a target of inquiry. For more information on James’s talk, click here.
We have an impressive list of even more speakers and events lined up for you, including:
- Tuesday 6th December 15.00-17.00: PhD students’ presentations, at C133
- Thursday 8th December 2016, 15.00-16.00: Robert Eaglestone (Royal Holloway) on ‘Images of Tradition’ at CG83
- 26 January 2017: Federico Farini (University of Suffolk)
- 9 February 2017: Robyn Carston (University College London) on ‘Polysemous Words: Meaning and Pragmatics’
- 23 February 2017: James Kenworth (Middlesex University)
- 23 March 2017: Matt Hayler (University of Birmingham)
All event are on Thursdays 15.00-16.00, unless otherwise stated and we really hope to see you there!
For more information, or to be added to our events mailing list, please email Anna (firstname.lastname@example.org).