There is still time to register for the BAAL Linguistic Ethnography Forum’s one-day seminar on Reflexivity and Positionality in Linguistic Ethnography which is taking place on 3 June 2019. Details of the event below and attached.
Call for Participants
Reflexivity and Positionality in Linguistic Ethnography
an event for PhD students and ECRs supported by the Linguistic Ethnography Forum
University of the West of England, Bristol
3rd June 2019, 9.00am – 4.30pm
Invited Speakers:, University of the West of England
, University of Bristol
, Heriot-Watt University
The event is aimed at doctoral students and early career researchers engaged in any kind of linguistic ethnographic research. Throughout the day, we invite participants to reflect on how insider/outsider positioning, and researcher identit(y/ies) manifests in, and affects, their own linguistic ethnographic research projects. Participants will have the opportunity to hear other linguistic ethnographers (both early career and more established) talk about and reflect on their own research experiences, to take part in group-based data sessions exploring how data revealing identity work might be engaged with, and to ask questions and exchange perspectives and experiences through a final panel session.
Full rate – £45 (£25 for PhD students) if registering on or after 24 April 2019
Up to 10 LEF bursaries will be available to cover registration fees for participants without access to institutional funding – there are some bursary places still available
Please see the attached Call for Participants announcement, and/or the LEF Website events page, for further details, including a full event abstract, registration requirements, and how to apply for a LEF bursary.
Registration: To register for the event please go to the UWE event registration page.
Queries about this event can be directed to the event organisers, Dr Charlotte Selleck (University of the West of England) and Dr Judith Reynolds (Cardiff University), by email at email@example.com.
On behalf of the BAAL Linguistic Ethnography Forum, we are excited to announce a one-day seminar to take place in Bristol on 3rd June 2019, aimed at doctoral students and ECRs engaged in any kind of linguistic ethnographic research.