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Research seminars 2010

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  • Electric car development as a potential SD-PAM (Sustainable Development-Policy and Measure) program in China

Prof Wang Jin, (Sun Yat-Sen University Guangzhou, China)
24 February, 16:30-18:00. MB 753 (TBC)
  • Grappling with the right and the good in public policy and administration: Talk, practice and situations

Dr Karen West (Aston)
25 February,  16:30-18:00. MB708C
Prof Bob Jessop (Lancaster University)
3 March, 16:00 – 18:30. MB 753
  • Translation and Neuroscience

Maria Tymoczko (Amherst University) 
10 March, 16:30 - 18:00. MB 404c
  • Languages at War: fraternisation/non-fraternisation (troops and civilians)

Prof Hilary Footitt (University of Reading)
17 March, 16:00 – 18:30. MB 753
  • Translation as Intercultural Communication

Prof David Katan (Lecce University)
27 April, 16:30-18:00. MB 146
  • Spanish in the United States

Dr José de Valle (Graduate Center of CUNY)
6 May, 16:30-18:00. MB 549
  • Language history from below

Prof Stephan Elspass (University of Augsburg)
13 May, 16:05-18:00. MB 753
  • Technology Support for Language Learning

Professor David Nunan (University of Hong Kong)
19 May, 16:30-18:00. MB 554
  • Wonder woman or traitor to her sex? A critical appraisal of competing media discourses of female leadership

    Dr Judith Baxter (Aston)
    26 May, 16:05 - 18:00. MB 753

  • Women in leadership: a discourse perspective?

Prof Janet Holmes (Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand)
Dr Louise Mullany (University of Nottingham)
Dr Helen Sauntson (University of Birmingham)
Dr Judith Baxter (Aston)

2 June, 13.00-16:15. Conference Room 3 Aston Business School.
Booking essential. If you would like to attend please contact Baljeet Jhheent: b.jhheent@aston.ac.uk

  • Language and Place: Birmingham and the Black Country

Dr Urszula Clark (Aston University)
23 June, 16:05-18:00. MB 753.

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