Discourse and Semiotics Workshop

Founded in 2016 by faculty and graduate students in English and Comparative Humanities, the Discourse and Semiotics Workshop series provides an intimate, interdisciplinary forum for faculty and students to share work at any stage of the research process on how language and other semiotic resources mediate social worlds. Faculty and student presenters come from such fields as anthropology, art and design, English education, geography, linguistics, literary studies, rhetoric and composition, Spanish, and speech language pathology.

Founded in 2016 by faculty and graduate students in English and Comparative Humanities, the Discourse and Semiotics Workshop series provides an intimate, interdisciplinary forum for faculty and students to share work at any stage of the research process on how language and other semiotic resources mediate social worlds. Faculty and student presenters come from such fields as anthropology, art and design, English education, geography, linguistics, literary studies, rhetoric and composition, Spanish, and speech language pathology.

For more information, visit https://uofldiscourseandsemiotics.wordpress.com.