PROGRAMME

 

 

DAY 1
Thursday 27th October
                 
9:30 - 10:00 OPENING SESSION
                 
10:00 - 11:00 PLENARY SESSION - JOSÉ SANTAEMILIA
Chair: Sergio Maruenda
                 
 PANEL 1 (11:10 - 12:10)    PANEL 2 (11:10 - 12:10)
Critical discourse analysis and multimodality   Interdisciplinary perspectives
Chair:    Chair: 
Maria Magdalena Barascu, How DR journalists use News Values when reporting on Violence against Women: Reporting on the murder of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall.                                                                                                           Antonio García Gómez, Sexual harms and rape culture in LGBT+ dating and hook-up apps.
 
Lucía de la Presa, Marielle Franco on Jornal Nacional: Anti-Black gendered violence and discursive processes of re-/de-politicization.   Sabina Tabacaru, Woman is sexual object and man is genes: Hate speech and violence in incel discourse. 
 
Silvia Peterssen and Leyre Barrios, The victim, the “wolf pack”, and the law: social actors in Spanish press reports of gang rapes.                                                                           Robert Martínez-Carrasco and Iván Villanueva Jordán, Symbolic violence and the construction of desire in gay-for-pay porn: A multimodal analysis.
                 
COFFEE BREAK (12:10 - 12:30)
                 
 PANEL 3 (12:30 - 13:30)     PANEL 4 (12:30 - 13:30) 
Critical discourse analysis and multimodality   Methods and approaches
Chair:    Chair: 
Carmen Pérez-Sabater, Andrea García-Montes and Núria Lorenzo-Dus, “Amor, no me dices nada, no te gusto?”: Implicit sexual language in online child sexual grooming discourse.    Roberto Asenjo Alcalde and María Muelas-Gil, Metaphorical perspectives on women in armed conflicts. The role of gender in the murals of Northern Ireland.
 
Stefania Maci, Revenge porn as digital gendered violence discourse.    Chen Luyu, "You are too old to get married after graduation": Chinese female PhD candidates in Hungary and ethnographic representations. 
 
Eleonora Esposito, A question of power: For a critical multimodal approach to gender-based cyber violence.   Amanda Diniz Vallada, Metapragmatic resources in online textual trajectories of a Brazilian rape case: preliminary investigations.
 
                 
LUNCH BREAK (13:30 - 15:00)
                 
 PANEL 5 (15:00 - 16:00)    PANEL 6 (15:00 - 16:00)
Critical discourse analysis and multimodality   Historical and cultural approaches
Chair:    Chair: 
Mª Milagros del Saz-Rubio, Inmaculada-Tamarit Vallés and Marisa Carrió Pastor, Assessing online aggressive behaviour against Spanish female politicians on Twitter.   Clara Tempestoso, ‘Shutting her up’: The many shades of violence against women in English literature during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.
 
Begoña Bellés Fortuño and Adriá Pla Ángel, Mediatic cases on hate speech: Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp on Twitter.    Bianca Cherechés, Reading Yashica Dutt’s Coming Out as Dalit: A Memoir  (2019): A postmodern idiom of Dalit female subjectivity.
 
    Sara Tabuyo Santaclara, Abortion bans and handmaids: Generating agency through "The Handmaid’s Tale".
 
                 
16:10 - 17:10 PLENARY SESSION - ANN WEATHERALL
Chair: Elena Castellano-Ortolá
                 
                 
20:00 CONFERENCE DINNER AT SAONA CASINO DE LA AGRICULTURA
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DAY 2
Friday 28th October
                 
10:00 - 11:00 PLENARY SESSION - MICHELLE LAZAR (virtual)
Chair: Laura Mercé
                 
 PANEL 7 (11:10 - 12:10)    PANEL 8 (11:10 - 12:10)
Critical discourse analysis and multimodality    Interdisciplinary perspectives
Chair:    Chair: 
Luciana Beatriz Ávila, The silencing of the victim: analysis of a court sentence in a case of rape of a vulnerable woman.   Natalia Zawadzka-Paluektau, Victims or perpetrators? A cross-linguistic corpus analysis of the representations of violence in European media discourses on crisis migration .
 
Eva Mestre-Mestre, Representation of gender violence in legal sentences in Spain. A corpus pragmatics study.    Manuela Romano-Mozo, Creating new cognitive and social frames against gender violence.
 
Lindiwe Simelane, Descriptions of language use depicting gender relations within the Swazi National Courts: Implications for policies.   Gianluca Pontrandolfo, Gendered discursive constructions in judicial vs media narratives: Corpus-based insights from La Manada case.                            
                         
 
                 
COFFEE BREAK (12:10-12:30)
                 
 PANEL 9 (12:30 - 13:30)    PANEL 10 (12:30 - 13:30)
Critical discourse analysis and multimodality    Methods and approaches
Chair:    Chair: 
Suzanne Bouma, “Even if you have the best job ever…”: how policy discourses on the value of work resonate in the narratives of IPV-survivors.   Jessica Willis, Sticks and Stones: the pragmatics used in emotionally abusive language. 
 
Maria Gkoutziomitrou, An examination of the discursive representation of social actors in male survivors’ digitally-recounted experiences with sexual violence.   Dimitra Vladimirou and Lucía Fernández Amaya,  ‘Shut up and resign’: A contrastive investigation of gender-based online aggression on Twitter.
 
Silvia Molina Plaza, Exploring videos against gender violence in Spanish and English: Similarities and differences.   Miguel Fuster-Márquez and Carla Fernández-Melendres, Creation of a large news corpus for the discourse analysis of Violence Against Women (VAW).
 
 
LUNCH BREAK (13:30-15:00)
                 
 PANEL 11 (15:00 - 16:00)    PANEL 12 (15:00 - 16:00)
Critical discourse analysis and multimodality    Historical and cultural approaches
Chair:    Chair: 
Lucía Bellés Calavera and Begoña Bellés Fortuño, Exploring hate speech: the case of political memes.                   Sadiq Bahnbhro, Honour crimes against women and girls: A critical discourse analysis of predominant understanding.
 
Marta Sánchez Cócera, The representation and construction of self-blame, self-responsibility and the victim experience in the digital discourse of female survivors of sexual violence.    Manuela Romano-Mozo and María Muelas-Gil, Gender-violence metaphors of November 25th campaigns in Spain: a comparative analysis.
 
Karen M. Dacy, Litigation or Mitigation. Representation of female and male politicians in online media.   Juan José CalvoPassive/patient woman vs. active/agent man? The evolution of sexual violence in the ‘sleeping beauty’ motif.
 
     
16:10 - 17:10 PLENARY SESSION - SUSAN EHRLICH
Chair: José Santaemilia
                 
17:10 - 17:30 CLOSING CEREMONY