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6th New Zealand Discourse Conference


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6th New Zealand Discourse Conference

Date: 06-09 December 2017

The New Zealand Discourse Conference is a cornerstone event for research applying discourse analytic approaches.

The 6th New Zealand Discourse Conference also includes an emphasis on multimodal discourse analysis.

Submissions are invited for the 6th New Zealand Discourse Conference from academics and others interested in discourse analysis that address theoretical, methodological or empirical research in a variety of applications.

Possible topics include

  • Art and creativity
  • Culture and identity
  • Environment and sustainability
  • Gender and performativity
  • Geosemiotics
  • Health and well-being
  • Indigenous studies
  • Institutions and organisations
  • Interpreting and translation
  • Knowledge and learning
  • Language and communication
  • Language policy
  • Mediated discourse
  • Migrant and refugee studies
  • Multimodal critical discourse
  • Multimodal discourse
  • Multimodality of identity
  • Multimodal interactions
  • Multimodal texts/artefacts
  • Nexus analysis
  • Other
  • Sound and music
  • Sports and lifestyle
  • Technology and media

2017 Abstract submission deadlines

We have included multiple submission dates so that people who need to apply early for funding can receive an answer sooner. However, all submissions will be treated equally. ​

14 May, decision by 27 May 2017
16 July, decision by 28 July 2017

Read more about abstract submission here


Sir Paul Reeves (WG) Building
74 Governor Fitzroy Place
Auckland University of Technology
Auckland, New Zealand

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