SEMINÁRIO INTENSIVO DE LINGUÍSTICA APLICADA

(para estudantes de Pós-graduação)

 

APPRAISAL THEORY & SYSTEM NETWORK WRITING

 

Professor James R. Martin

Department of Linguistics at the University of Sydney, Australia

 

Seminário de 20 horas

4, 6, 7 e 8 de Fevereiro de 2008

09:30 às 13:00 e 14:30 às 16:30

 

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This seminar series will be organised into morning and afternoon sessions. For the morning sessions (9-12:30) we'll concentrate on an introduction to appraisal theory, beginning with an introduction to attitude (affect, judgement and appreciation), continuing with graduation (force and focus) and then engagement. We will then consider appraisal in relation to instantiation (the notions of key and stance). Finally we'll look at the relation of appraisal to textual structure (periodicity) and if time, make some comparisons between the language resources we have been considering and comparable resources in images. For pre-reading, participants should review Chapter 2 of Martin & Rose's Working with Discourse (either edition). Martin & White's The Language of Evaluation has more detail and is now in paperback.In the afternoons (4-6) we'll focus more on paradigmatic relations and how they are modelled in systemic theory; basically this will be an interactive workshop devoted to system network writing. A number of relevant papers will be circulated in relation to this session. For pre-reading for the afternoon session, participants should review the mood chapter in one of the introductions to Halliday's functional grammar.
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Inscrições: € 110,00 

Limite de Inscrições: 18

Contacto: Carlos A. M. Gouveia (carlos.gouveia@fl.ul.pt)

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ESPAÇO

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J. R. Martin é professor de linguística (Personal Chair) na Universidade de Sydney, Austrália. Os seus interesses de investigação incluem a teoria sistémica, a gramática funcional, a semântica discursiva, a teoria de registo e género, a multimodalidade e a análise crítica do discurso, com foco no Inglês e no Tagalogue e especial referência às áreas transdisciplinares da linguística educacional e da semiótica social. As suas publicações incluem a (co-)autoria de onze livros/monografias e a organização de dez, sendo os mais recentes Learning to Write/Reading to Learn: Scaffolding Democracy in Literacy Classrooms (c/ David Rose), Equinox, 2006; Working with Discourse (c/ David Rose), Continuum, 2003; Re/Reading the Past (co-org. c/ Ruth Wodak), Benjamins, 2003; Negotiating Heteroglossia (número esp. de Text co-org. c/ Mary Macken-Horarik), Mouton de Gruyter, 2003; Interpreting Tragedy: The Language of September 11th, 2001 (número especial duplo de Discourse & Society, co-org. c/ John Edwards & Bruce Hawkins), Sage, 2004; Language Typology: A Functional Perspective (co-org c/ A.. Caffarel & C. Matthiessen) Benjamins, 2005; Genre Relations: Mapping Culture (c/ David Rose), Equinox, 2005; e The Language of Evaluation: Appraisal in English (c/ Peter White), Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. J. R. Martin faz parte da Academia Australiana de Humanidades desde 1998 e em 2003 foi-lhe a atribuída uma condecoração (Centenary Medal), pelos seus serviços à Linguística e à Filologia.

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Uma organização do Instituto de Cultura Inglesa da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, em parceria com o Grupo de Investigação Discurso e Literacia do ILTEC- Instituto de Linguística Teórica e Computacional