#phraseNHH

Registration

Registration Deadline: 15 September 2018

In recent years phraseology has become established as a discipline in its own right and come to play an important role in applied sciences such as terminology and lexicography and related scholarly fields. Focusing on research at the crossroads of phraseology, terminology and lexicography, this 3-day PhD school aims to provide candidates with a broad understanding and in-depth knowledge of the theoretical fundament for, and the methodology associated with studies in phraseology in both general and specialised language.

The course will contain a combination of keynote lectures and shorter presentations of research, as well as hands-on sessions where individual PhD proposals and draft papers/chapters are discussed.

The course has three internationally acclaimed guest lecturers.

Participants in the course should be prepared to read a course curriculum and submit in advance a project description/draft article/chapter of PhD thesis and have their work commented on by the experts.

Click here to see full course description.

ECTS credits: 2.5

Lecturers:

There is no registration fee for this PhD course. LingPhil-affiliated PhD candidates may apply for travel grants to cover travel expenses. See https://www.ntnu.edu/lingphil/student-grants for further information.

programme
17 October
09.15-10.15

Registration and coffee

Ph.d. course opening

10.15-12.00 Magali Paquot: A selected overview of corpus-based phraseological studies and their applications in applied linguistics
12.00-13.15 Lunch
13.15-14.00 Gisle Andersen: A cross-linguistic and corpus-based approach to phraseology
14.15-16.00

Ph.d. projects (Steve Pepper - David Alfter - Evan Frendo)

18 october  
09.15-11.00 Stefan Th. Gries: Dimensions of phraseologisms, their measurement, and their motivation
11.15-12.00 Ph.d. projects (Fu-Ying Lin - Li Yang)
12.00-13.15 Lunch
13.15-15.00 Marie-Claude L’Homme: Lexical combinations in specialized resources: Understanding specialized lexical combinations
15.15-16.00 Ph.d. projects (Gyri Smørdal Losnegaard - Øyvind Thormodsæter)
19.30 Dinner
19 october  
 09.15-10.00
Magali Paquot: Linking up phraseology and complexity research in L2
10.15-11.00 Marie-Claude L’HommeLexical combinations in specialized resources: Advanced encoding of specialized combinations in resources
11.15-12.00 Ph.d. projects (José Luis Rojas Dìaz - Ziyuan Zhang)
12.00-13.15 Lunch
13.15-14.00 Stefan Th. Gries: Beyond frequency: how else to count what counts
14.15-15.00 Closing discussion / course evaluation

ORGANISING COMITTEE

This course is organised by NHH's Department og Professional and Intercultural Communication.

Members of the organising committee:

  • Gisle Andersen
  • Claudia Förster Hegrenæs
  • Kristin Rygg
  • Beate Sandvei
  • José Luis Rojas Díaz
  • Maja Dame
  • Rikke Linn Salbu
LingPhil logo                 This course is financed by
The Norwegian Graduate Researcher School in Linguistics and Philology (LingPhil)

 

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