Seminars

 

Spring 2020

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Autumn 2019

  • 19 August from 13: Ph.D. defence, Room U91 
    Danica Jovanovic Multimodal Dialogue and Photographic Style on Social Media

  • 20 August from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen 
    Giorgia Aiello, University of Leeds, UK: Notes on Visual Genericity: A Social Semiotic Approach 
    Per Ledin, Södertörn University, Sweden: Saving the planet through acts of consumption: a case study of the ethical food brand Oatly

  • 18 September from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Lysningen 
    Morten Boeriis: Truth and lies – new perspectives on visual modality

  • 2 October from 10 to 12: Seminar, eLab projektlokale 
    Alison Moore, University of Wollongong, Australia: Talking up milk – A multi-modal analysis of shifting rhetoric in dairy promotion 
    Ilaria Moschini, University of Florence, Italy: S ocial media, multimodal ideational mapping and platform studies

  • 23 October from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Gail Jefferson 
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: You must learn how to spell but I won't tell you how to do it

  • 6 November from 10 to 12: Seminar, Rasmus Rask 
    John Bateman, Bremen University, Germany: Thoughts on empiricism and methods in multimodality research: spanning hierarchical and horizontal theory-building

  • 20 November from 9 to 12: “Faglig dag” on multimodality, Campuskollegiet

  • 4 December from 10 to 12: Seminar, Jacob Mey 
    Tuomo Hiippala, University of Helsinki, Finland: Towards empirically-responsible multimodality research: what does it take?
  • 18-19 December : Away day, Svanninge Bjerge 
    Writing retreat

Spring 2019

  • 27 February from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Jacob Mey
  • 13 March from 10 to 12: Seminar, Rasmus Rask 
    Søren Vigild Poulsen, SDU: Genre(s) of shopping

  • 27 March from 10 to 12: Lunch meeting, Jacob Mey
  • 10 April from 10 to 12: Seminar, Jacob Mey 
    Jana Holsanova, Cognitive Science Department, LUX, Lund University, Sweden: Accessing meaning-making by sighted and blind consumers of multimodal texts

  • 24 April from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Jacob Mey 
    Zhenzhen Zhang, presentation of Ph.D. project
  • 26 April from 8.30 to 10, Road map workshop (CMC members only), Jacob Mey
  • 8 May from 10 to 12: Seminar, Rasmus Rask 
    Eero Vaara, Aalto University School of Business, Finland: From cultural differences to identity politics: A critical discursive perspective on national identity in and around multinational corporations
  • 22 May from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Jacob Mey

  • 12 June from 9 to 16: Away day, Dansk Sprognævn, Bogense 
    Incl. Theo van Leeuwen, SDU: Semiotics and Materiality: The Meaning of Milk

Autumn 2018

  • 10 September from 10 to 12: Seminar, Romeo 
    Hans-Christian Jensen & Toke Riis Ebbesen, Department of Design and Communication, SDU: 
    Comparing the multimodal social semiotic approach to designed material artefacts with other semiotic traditions – in theory and in design analysis

  • 24 September from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Romeo
  • 28 September from 16 to 17: Farewell seminar, Romeo 
    Sumin Zhao, CMC, SDU:What have selfies got to do with capitalism? Rethinking the social in social semiotics

  • 8 October from 10 to 12: Seminar, Romeo 
    James Lamb, University of Edinburgh: To Boldly Go: Multimodal Assessment and Feedback

  • 25 October from 14 to 16: Lecture, Room U56 
    Gunther Kress, UCL Institute of Education, London, and Honorary Doctor at SDU, A Social Semiotic account of “meaning” and “meaning-making”: getting beyond the past and its frames
  • 29 October from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Romeo

  • 12 November from 10 to 12: Seminar, Rasmus Rask 
    Janina Wildfeuer, Bremen University: Multimodality as a discipline? Provocative thoughts and serious efforts
  • 26 November from 11 to 12: Lunch meeting, Romeo
  • 18 December from 9 to 21: Away day, Nordatlantisk Hus 

Spring 2018

  • 22 February from 10 to 12, Rasmus Rask.
    Tiyasha Sengupta: “Beyond Borders: Advertising in West Bengal and the Indian Bengali Identity During the Bangladeshi Struggle for Independence.”
  • 1 March from 10 to 12, Lysningen.
    Theo van Leeuwen: “Continuity and Change.”
  • 8 March from 10 to 12, Rasmus Rask.
    Kate Cowan – UCL Institute of Education, London: “Multimodal Perspectives on Mixed Reality Play.”
  • 22 March from 10 to 12, Rasmus Rask.
    Thomas Hestbæk Andersen: “Creative and dispositive processes – in language and in other modes(?)”
  • 12 April from 10 to 12, Romeo.
    Anne Magnussen, Kirstine Sinclair & Casper Sylvest – Department of History, University of Southern Denmark: “Visual History. Approaches and Examples for Historians.”
  • 26 April from 10 to 12, Lysningen.
    Cindie Aaen Maagaard: “Writing a diary for a ‘you’: Second-person narration in intensive care patient diaries.”
  • 3 May, from 10 to 12, Lysningen.
    Sumin Zhao: “Travelling Picture Books and Transnational Childhoods.”

Autumn 2017

  • 19 September from 11 to 14: Business meeting and Seminar, Rasmus Rask
    Christian Mosbæk Johannessen: Graphics in Interactivity (GRAIN)
  • 29 September from 13.30 to 15.30: Discussion about “ISK Strategy 2020”, Lysningen
  • 10 October from 11 to 14: Business meeting and Seminar, Rasmus Rask
    Nina Nørgaard Reading and Discussion: “Chapter from Monograph on Multimodal Stylistics”
  • 27 October from 13.30 to 16: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Dylan Yamada-Rice: To be announced
  • 31 October from 11 to 13.30: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Rasmus Rask
    Cindie Aaen Maagaard Discussion of article: To be announced
  • 10 November from 13 to 16: Business meeting and Seminar, Lysningen
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: To be announced
  • 17 November from 13.30 to 16: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Rasmus Rask
    Vitus Vestergaard: “Audio in an exhibition setting: Sound, location and object”
  • 5 December from 11 to 13: Seminar, Lysningen
    John Bateman: “Foundations for the theory and practice of multimodality: post-Sassurean and Neo-Peirce”
  • 12 December from 13 to 14.30: Business meeting and Mocca’n’cake, Rasmus Rask

Spring 2017

  • 6 February from 9 to 12: Business meeting and Seminar, Hans Basbøl
    Maria: “The visual communication of alcohol in a legal context: the legislation’s consequences for visual semiotic choices”
    Jeppe: “The seven heuristics of visual social semiotics”
    Rebecca: “Strategic design in organisations – Interiors design as a spatial text”
  • 20 February from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Søren Vigild Poulsen Discussion and Reading: “How to choose a journal for publication”
  • 6 March from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Signe: To be announced
    Trine: “Sound and moods in multimodal texts”
    Maiken: To be announced
  • 27 October from 13.30 to 16: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Dylan Yamada-Rice: To be announced
  • 27 March from 9 to 10: Business meeting, Lysningen
  • 11 April from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Seminar: To be announced
  • 1 May from 9 to 12: Business meeting, Lysningen
    Seminar: To be announced
  • 15 May from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Steffen Nordahl Lund and Thomas Hestbæk Andersen: GRUS
  • 29 May from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar, Lysningen
    Theo van Leeuwen: To be announced
  • 2 June all day: Symposium, Slagels
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: “Perspectives on social media technologies”
  • 12 June from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Nick Hopwood: To be announced

Autumn 2016

  • 19 August from 9 to 12: Business meeting, Lysningen
  • 2 September from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Reading & Discussion, Rasmus Rask
    Theo van Leeuwen and Thomas Hestbæk Andersen Reading & Discussion of FKK application: “Online shopping”
  • 16 September from 9.30 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Maiken & Alexandra Holsting: “Irrealis in the SFG model”
  • 30 September from 9 to 12: Business meeting and Seminar, Lysningen
    Theo van Leeuwen and Morten Boeriis: “Facial expression vectors”
  • 14 October from 9 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Sumin Zhao: “Translating multimodality: Children’s picture book (apps) and early bilingual literacy”
  • 4 November from 9 to 12: Business meeting and Seminar, Lysningen
    Per Holmberg: “Rökstenens gåtor”
  • 2 December from 9 to 12: ‘State of affairs’ and Seminar, Lysningen
    Sima: “Authority and identity: the representation of gender relations in Iranian adolescent fiction”
  • 16 December from 9 to 12: Business meeting and Reading & Discussion, Lysninge
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: Reading & Discussion of Instagram article

Spring 2016

  • 29 February from 10 to 12: Discussions of work in progress, Lysningen
    Nina Nørgaard: Book chapter – multimodal stylistics
  • 4 April from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen
    Morten Boeriis and Christian Mosbæk Johannessen: “Photography – An Ecosocial Perspective”
  • 11 April from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen
    Bunmi: “On election campaigns in Nigeria”
  • 18 April from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen
    Anders Björkvall: “Upcycling’ as semiotic practice”
  • 2 May from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: “A critical discourse analysis of software updates”
  • 23 May from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen
    Thomas Hestbæk Andersen: “Do it yourself! On online shopping”

Autumn 2015

  • 14 September from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar, Hans Basbøll
    Agenda and Christian Mosbæk Johannessen: “The shape of black energy”
  • 8 October from 9 to 11: Seminar, Lysningen
    Theo van Leeuwen and Ditte: “Mathletics data session”
  • 22 October from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar, Rasmus Rask
    Agenda and Morten Boeriis: “Bending Axioms”
  • 19 November from 9 to 11: Seminar, Rasmus Rask
    Theo van Leeuwen: “Multimodal Integration”
  • 3 December from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar, Lysningen
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: “Exploring meaning potential in the Instagram user interface”
  • 7 December All day: Keywords writing meeting, Grand Hotel Odense

Spring 2015

  • 15 February from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar, Lysningen
    Theo van Leeuwen and Morten Boeriis: “Vectors”
  • 22 February from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysninge
    Annabelle Mooney: “The semiotics of money”
  • 29 February from 10 to 12: Seminar (TBA), Lysningen
  • 14 March from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar (TBA), Rasmus Rask
  • 4 April from 10 to 12: Seminar (TBA), meeting room Lysningen
  • 18 April from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar (TBA), Lysningen
  • 2 May from 10 to 12: Seminar, Lysningen
    Søren Vigild Poulsen: “Critical discourse analysis of software updates”
  • 23 May from 9 to 12: Business meeting and seminar, Lysningen
    Thomas Hestbæk Andersen: “Online shopping”