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Applied Linguistics


Johannes Angermuller

  • Professor in Centre for Applied Linguistics.

Research interests in global governance

  • Political and academic discourse
  • Education as governmental technology

Indicative publications

  • Johannes Angermuller (2011) "From the many voices to the subject positions in anti-globalization discourse. Enunciative pragmatics and the polyphonic organization of subjectivity", Journal of Pragmatics, 43: 2992-3000.
  • Johannes Angermuller (2012) "Fixing meaning. The many voices of the post-liberal hegemony in Russia". Journal of Language and Politics 11(1): 115-134.
  • Johannes Angermuller (with Malika Temmar, Frédéric Lebaron) (eds) (2013) Les Discours sur l’économie. Paris: PUF.

Policy engagement

Other professional activities

Personal website


Rachel Lewis

  • PhD Researcher

Personal Website



Jens Maesse

  • Senior Research Fellow

Research interests in global governance

  • Economic Expert Discourse
  • Economic Sociology, Sociology of Science and Humanities

Indicative Publications

  • Jens Maesse (2013): Spectral Performativity. How Economic Expert Discourse Constructs Economic Worlds, in: Economic Sociology. The European Electronic Newsletter, Volume 14, No. 2, March 2013, S. 25-31.
  • Jens Maesse (Ed.) (2013): Ökonomie, Diskurs, Regierung. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.
  • Jens Maesse (2013): Les marchésfinanciers en tantquechampsdiscursifs, in: Johannes Angermüller, Frédéric Lebaron, Malika Temmar, Isabelle Laborde-Milaa (Hg.): Les
  • discours de l’économie. Sciences socialeset sciences du langage. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. (forthcoming)
  • Jens Maesse (submitted) Crisis Management Policy.
 Towards a Post-Neoliberal Form ofEconomicGovernmentality? Working Paper.

Other professional activities

  • Review Editor, Journal of Multicultural Discourses

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al/staff/teaching/maesse/



 

Malcolm N. MacDonald

  • Malcolm N. MacDonald, Associate Professor in Centre for Applied Linguistics.

Research interests in global governance

  • Discourse of security and counter-terrorism
  • Ethics of intercultural communication

Role in GRP-GG

Malcolm is Events Lead for the GRP-GG.

He is also a member of the Crisis Leadership in Global Governance (CliGG) project team, and is interested in using a range of methodologies from applied linguistics to investigate ways in which language and discourse are used to constitute regulatory and policy frameworks within global governance.

Indicative publications

  • MacDonald, Malcolm and Hunter, Duncan (2013) Security, population and governmentality: UK counter-terrorism discourse (2007-2011). Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines, Vol.6 (No.2). ISSN 1752-3079.
    MacDonald, Malcolm and Hunter, Duncan. (2013) The discourse of Olympic security 2012 : London 2012. Discourse and Society, Vol 24 (No 1). pp. 66-88. ISSN 1460-3624
    MacDonald, Malcolm N, Hunter, Duncan and O'Regan, John P. (2013) Citizenship, community, and counter-terrorism: UK security discourse, 2001-2011. Journal of Language and Politics, Vol 12 (No. 3), 445-473. ISSN 1569-2159.
    MacDonald, Malcolm, and O'Regan, John P. (2012) The ethics of intercultural communication. Educational Philosophy and Theory. Vol 45 (No. 10) ISSN 0013-1857.
    MacDonald, M. N. and O'Regan, J. P. (2012) 'The Global Agenda in Intercultural Communication Research and Practice.', in The Routledge handbook of language and intercultural communication, Editors: Jackson, J. (9780415572545) London: Routledge

Policy engagement

Consultant (with John O’ Regan). UK National Occupational Standards for Intercultural Working (2006-7), Centre for Information for Language Teachers

Other professional activities

Editor, Language and Intercultural Communication, Taylor and Francis.

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al/staff/teaching/macdonald

 


Dr Stephanie Schnurr

Associate Professor, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Leadership and culture
  • Intercultural communication
  • Business and health communication

Indicative publications

  • Schnurr, S. and Chan, A.(2011) 'Exploring another side of co-leadership : negotiating professional identities through face-work in disagreements' Language in Society 40 (2), 187 - 209 (0047-4045) [article]
  • Schnurr, S.(2009) 'Constructing leader identities through teasing at work' Journal of Pragmatics 41 (6), 1125 - 1138 (0378-2166)
  • Schnurr, S.(2009) Leadership discourse at work: interactions of humour, gender and workplace culture (9780230201804) Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al/staff/teaching/schnurr/



Ronny Scholz

  • Project manager of the ERC Starting Grant DISCONEX research group "The Discursive Construction of Academic Excellence"

Research interests

  • Political discourse analysis;
  • Political Sociology, Political economy Legitimation of political power within discourses in postnational conditions;
  • Discourses on Europe and the European Union; Internationalisation of higher education (Bologna-Process);
  • Discourses on social and economic crises;
  • Quantitative methods of corpus linguistics (lexicometry)

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al/staff/teaching/scholz/

  • Ethics of intercultural communication
  • Discourse of security and counter-terrorism