Category Archives: Conferences
Minna Nevala and Minna Palander-Collin participated in the IPrA Conference in Antwerp, 26-31 July. Minna Nevala presented a poster on “Un/solidarity and mis/evaluation: The portrayal of victims and criminals in nineteenth-century newspapers”. She dealt with the terms from a socio-pragmatic … Continue reading
On November 15, I gave a short talk at the seminar From Correspondence to Corpora at the University of Helsinki. My 10-minute talk was a confessione of sorts about some of the things I’ve learned over the years working on … Continue reading
The First Call for Papers has now been launched: https://blogs.helsinki.fi/chined-4/ The call deadline is 1 December 2013.
will be organized at the University of Helsinki, June 5-7, 2014. Call for Papers coming soon in Autumn 2012. The previous conference was organized in Rostock, Germany in May 2012 (http://www.chined3.com/ and for a conference report http://www.flingue.unict.it/6968/home).
Do insults have a logic of their own? Are there patterns in individual or collective ways of insulting? This is a conference organized by the Modern Language Society in Helsinki, Finland, 15-17 August 2012. See the conference blog for details: … Continue reading