|Monday||4:00 PM - 5:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall 2.4|
|Tuesday||2:30 PM - 4:00 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall 2.4|
This course aims at introducing the student to discourse processing and its application to contemporary English in multimodal and digital contexts.
Teaching language: English
1. INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ENGLISH DISCOURSE IN MULTIMODAL CONTEXT
2. RESEMIOTIZATION AND MULTIMODALITY
3. RECONTEXTUALIZATION, DIALOGISM, AND INTERDISCOURSIVITY
4. POLITICAL DISCOURSES AND THE FLUIDITY BETWEEN WRITTEN AND SPOKEN MODES
5. LEGAL DISCOURSE, EQUALITY, IDEOLOGY AND IDENTITY
6. CHALLENGING IDEOLOGIES BETWEEN NEW AND OLD MEDIA
7. DIGITAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS AND INTERTEXTUALITY
- Zanfei, Anna (2014, 2015) “Notes on the Use of English: Ideology, Identity, Interdiscursive and Multimodal recontextualization”
- Tannen, Deborah Trester A M (eds.) Discourse 2.0: Language and New Media (chapters: introduction, chapter 1, 6, 13)
PREREQUISITES: Lingua Inglese 1 (English Language 1); English C1 level (only computerized test); Letteratura Inglese 1.
EXAMS METHOD: The written exam will present open questions that the students are required to answer through the analysis of texts and according to the methodology learned during the course and the bibliographical material.
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