The Linguistic Corner aims to prepare activities intended mostly for undergraduate students completing the Degree in English studies who are particularly interested in the study of the English language.
Through the Linguistic Corner we aim to:
- develop the participants’ general competences
- enable them to know or discover specific topics concerning English
- discuss current issues around the role of English as a Lingua Franca
- deal with cultural aspects of the English world critically
- mentor students about academic and professional options
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That's the way we are... We take part in different kind of projects aim to generate knowledge about digital genres in English used by academics and professionals to strengthen the visibility of their research output.
The research framework “INTELE: INfraestructura de TEcnologías del LEnguaje” gathered together, in a workshop held November 25th, researchers and institutions from different within the social sciences and humanities. Three were the main foci of interest in this event, for which specific round tables were organised: 1) Policies supporting European digital insfrastructures para the Digital Social…Read More
Daniel Pascual discussess the pragmatic strategies of headlines in research project news and events at EPICS IX
November 4th-6th were the dates chosen to relocate the ninth edition of the EPICS conferences, after the original dates were postponed due to the COVID-19 health crisis. The 9th International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics (EPICS) was organised as usual by the research group “Intercultural Pragmatic Studies (English-Spanish): Pragmatic and Discourse Issues” at…Read More
Last 22-24 October, the second edition of the NetPra conferences took place online. Organised by the University of Helsinki, the event was very successful and offered a wide variety of approaches and topics around the field of ‘Internet pragmatics’ under the theme of “Interactions, Identities, Intentions”. The InterGedi research group participated at the conference through…Read More
On Thursday, October 15, 2020, InterGedi team member Oliver Shaw took part in the General Assembly of Mediterranean Editors and Translators (MET), a professional association of which he is an active member and former Promotion Chair. Prior to the cancellation of what was to be a face-to-face event held in San Sebastián in the Basque…Read More
Daniel Pascual explains the functioning of verbal and visual components of research project homepages
Daniel Pascual, the PhD candidate in our research group, presented at SEING II the first findings from a multimodal analysis he is undertaking to understand the pragmatic intents that come up out of the combination of verbal and visual elements when communicating online. To address his research questions, he compiled an initial sample of 10 research project…Read More
Last Friday, September 25th, the second edition of the predoctoral seminar on English Studies (SEING II) was held online, gathering around 50 speakers and attendees. The event, organised at the Department of English and German Studies at the University of Zaragoza, was an opportunity for young researchers to introduce their doctoral projects and to share…Read More
New publication about how research websites are spaces to promote research project values by Rosa Lorés
Our project about science communication on the web and the expanding role and significance of international research in the academic and professional spheres keeps moving forward! It is in this case a great pleasure to announce the publication of an article in the journal Discourse, Context & Media authored by our research colleague Rosa Lorés.…Read More
28th-29th November 2019. At the end of November, InterGedi participated at the Clavier Conference, hosted this time in Pisa, Italy. The motto of the forum was this year ‘Knowledge Dissemination and Multimodal Literacy: Research Perspectives on ESP in a Digital Age’. We contributed the second day with a presentation carried out by Isabel Herrando-Rodrigo and…Read More
Yesterday, 15th November, we had a research group meeting to get to know the NVivo software tool. It was truly a pleasure that Dr. Elena Goñi Osácar, who had used NVivo for her own investigations, gave the seminar and could answer all our questions. We are grateful that she accepted our invitation because of the…Read More
We have participated in an all-day hands-on workshop organised by the University of Navarra at its campus in Madrid last Wednesday, 13th November. The workshop, consisting of three different seminars, was a wonderful opportunity to delve into research methodologies as applied to digital texts and communication online. The first session, delivered by Eleonora Esposito, from…Read More