APLNG Roundtable

APLNG Roundtable
Students at APLNG Roundtable discussion

Applied 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 Spring 2024 sessions are scheduled in 258 Willard Building on selected Fridays from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The February 9 session will be held in 060 Willard at the standard time. Session information is posted in the News and Events section of this website. Here is a session preview for Spring 2024:

January 26, 2024
Meredith Doran, Jacob Rieker
Discourse Analysis Research Group – Social Media
February 9, 2024
Nelson Maldonado-Torres
March 1, 2024
AAAL Practice
March 29, 2024
Qi Xu
Jason Litzenberg
April 12, 2024
Minghui Sun
April 26, 2024
Minjin Kim
September 1, 2023 Arthur Wang  Unpacking the rhetoric of Diversity Statements in job applications: A step-driven rhetorical move analysis Karen E. Johnson  Responsive Mediation and Shifting Novice L2 Teacher Instructional Stance
September 15, 2023 Roundtable with Catherine Walsh Roundtable with Catherine Walsh
October 13, 2023 Robert Schrauf Phoebe Quaynor
November 17, 2023 Alicia Garcia Alonso Kim Hansen
December 1, 2023 Roundtable with Walter Mignolo