APLNG Roundtable

APLNG Roundtable

Students at APLNG Roundtable discussionApplied Linguistics juxtaposes different traditions of intellectual thought and applied linguistic practices. Our departmental roundtable sessions reflect these complex backgrounds. Throughout the semester, presenters will speak about a wide range of topics and introduce us to various methodologies and approaches to analyze data. Faculty and students will report about their ongoing or completed research and afford us with many opportunities to engage in dialogue across different intellectual frameworks.

The sessions are held Fridays from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Session information is posted in the News and Events section of this website. Sessions will be held in Sparks Building 010 or via Zoom. Here is a session preview for Spring 2023:

 

January 20, 2023

Arthur Wang

“How can academic self-promotion be possibly done? A step-driven rhetorical move analysis on successful teaching philosophy statements” “

Merve Özçelik

“Why do I feed this man? Investigating reciprocal reflexivity in trauma-related narrative inquiry through researcher development and empowerment”

February 10, 2023Xixin QuiMinjin Kim
February 24, 2023Eunhae ChoSarah Jackson
March 31, 2023Genggeng Zhang
via Zoom
Sarah Jackson
via Zoom

Fall 2022

September 2, 2022

Eunice Lim

“Uncle teach you: The compromised influence and authority of the Online Singlish Guide”

Shannon McClellan Brooks

“Bodily rhetorics and writing interaction: Sound and silence as points where the body meets language”

September 30, 2022

Jacob Rieker

Escaping the ‘mimicking circle’ in the teaching practicum: The role of imitation in promoting language teacher identity development”

Matthew E. Poehner

Dynamic Assessment in L2 education: Progress and possibilities”

October 21, 2022

Mingjie Zou

“The dynamics of emotions in second language learning: A positive psychology perspective”

Yulia Khoruzhaya

“The longitudinal development of motion constructions in L2 Spanish: Tracing effects of input- and learner-related factors”

November 18, 2022

Anna Kaiper-Marquez

The language histories of South African domestic workers and broader connections to language and the Globals South/s”

Magda Madany-Saa

“Epistemic agency in language policy management: A case of plurinational state”

December 2, 2022Busi MakoniCamila Haus