WORKSHOP: TEXT ANALYSIS

Professor: 

Dr. César Rojo 
Centre of Discourse Studies

With the participation of visiting scholars:

Dr. Daniele de Oliveira (Universidade Federal da Bahía); Dr. Liliana Vargas Monroy (Universidad Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá);

PhD Candidate Mária Hodorovská (Comenius University in Bratislava); Dr. Susana Martínez Guillen (University of New Mexico)

 

General information: 

21-25 November 2022

4:00pm- 6:00pm (CET/UTC+1 )

Total hours: 10

Location: online

Language: Spanish

Price: 80€ for full course /                          20€ for one class 

Course certificate included

Registration: 

https://forms.gle/p2yj6KA8LKNBdp8k7*

*Registration for full for course only. If you wish to register for an individual class session please contact us directly at centre@discoursestudies.org

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Workshop description: 

The purpose of this workshop is to learn how to analyze texts, using some of the most common analytical categories of Discourse Analysis.

We will work with different types of texts (news, interviews, textbooks, sayings, songs, etc.) and

analyze textual levels such as syntax, semantics, pragmatics, rhetoric, etc. The analysis will focus mainly on the representation of social actors, and on the reproduction of different ideologies: racism, feminism, anti-racism, anti-capitalism, machismo, etc.

The workshop will be led by César Rojo, professor of the Centre of Discourse Studies. This workshop will also feature several presentations from current CDS visiting scholars:  Daniele de Oliveira (Universidade Federal da Bahía), Liliana Vargas Monroy (Universidad Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá), Mária Hodorovská (Comenius University in Bratislava), and Susana Martínez Guillen (University of New Mexico).

Program:

21/11: Analysis of news: Representation of social protest.

22/11: Analysis of conferences: Representation of women.

23/11: Analysis of parliamentary discourse: Politics and migration.

24/11: Analysis of textbooks: Representation of socioecological issues.

25/11: Analysis of interviews: Reproduction of racism.