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Multimodality in Linguistic Research – Workshop series at the Department of English and American Studies


MARK TURNER (Case Western Reserve University) – Voice, gesture, action: Tools for the modern study of human multimodal communication

JOHN A. BATEMAN (University of Bremen) – The analysis of multimodality: Semiotic foundations and consequences for methodology

CHIAO-I TSENG (University of Bremen) – Narrativised space and genre space: A new approach to multimodal communication and transmedial comparison

In the workshop, we will discuss theoretical and methodological questions concerning the scope and potential of multimodal approaches in linguistic research. For attending the talks, a quick (but binding) registration via e-mail until 16 May is required. Please write to Milene Mendes de Oliveira (mendesde@uni-potsdam.de) or Anna Finzel (finzel@uni-potsdam.de) and inform your full name, affiliation, and the talk(s) you intend to attend.

It speaks

Mark Turner / John A. Bateman / Chiao-I Tseng

Registration and Costs

Yes , Register until 16.05.2017

Event Type


Subject Field

Anglistik und Amerikanistik


Philosophische Fakultät


31.05.2017, 10:15
31.05.2017, 17:00


Lehrstuhl für Entwicklung und Variation der englischen Sprache


Universität Potsdam, Uni-Komplex Am Neuen Palais, Haus 9, Raum 1.15
Am Neuen Palais 10
14469 Potsdam


Anna Finzel
Am Neuen Palais 10
14469 Potsdam

Phone 0331 977 4146