Updated programme for LIP Term 1 22-23

LIP Programme, Term 1 2022-23 (From 17 Nov 2022 onwards)

Unless otherwise indicated, sessions will be on Thursday, 12pm UK time, via Microsoft Teams. Please note that some of our events this term will be hybrid (in-person talks held at Lancaster University that are also livestreamed via Microsoft Teams). Please see below for details! If you would like to be added to be added to our mailing list and Teams group so you can receive links to the online/livestreamed talks, please contact lip@lancaster.ac.uk.

Week 6 – 17 November (hybrid session – Bowland North Seminar Room 11 & Teams):  Anna Stanisz-Lubowiecka (UCL): The Polish language and authoritarian regimes: Language ideologies in political discourse in Poland (1970–1989 and 2015–2022)

Week 7 – 24 November: No session due to UCU industrial action

Week 8 – 01 December: Olga Baysha (HSE Moscow): “Civilization” vs. “barbarism”: Transnational populism of Volodymyr Zelensky during the Russia-Ukraine War

Week 9 – 08 December: Océane Foubert, Lola Marinato and Robin Vallery (Lille): Liberation of speech or liberation of listening? #MeTooInceste testimonies and their reception on Twitter

Week 10 – 15 December: Mark Nartey (UWE): Why we need an interventionist approach and an activist-scholar posture in investigating emancipatory discourses

All welcome!

Download in MS Word format: LIP Programme Term 1 2022-23 – Updated