Project Events

We are sharing our ideas at the following events

  

2021

 

13-15 July

Stephen Coleman will be a keynote speaker at Oracy Cambridge's 2021 online Conference on 'Changing Minds'

Register here

 

10th June 

Speaking Citizens is hosting a special session on 'Powerful Protest: How Does Language Enhance Activism' as part of the Sussex Festival of Ideas. 

The event in on 10th June at 11.30 and sign-up details are here.

 

9 April

Tom F. Wright spoke about the reception of nineteenth century black female public speakers at the British Association for American Studies Digital Conference.

 

18th March

Tom F. Wright and Arlene Holmes-Henderson spoke at a 'Rhetoric in the Humanities' event at the Centre for Intellectual History at the University of Sussex

 

12th March   

Tom F. Wright spoke about the radical history of c18th elocution at a special research seminar at the Universit√© de Bordeaux-Montaigne, France. 

 

4th March   - Speaking Citizens Public Seminar

Our entire team spoke at an online Public Seminar discussing the status of our project a year in. You can watch a recording of that event here:

 

  

25th Feb 

Stephen Coleman, Arlene Holmes-Henderson, Stuart Dunmore and Tom F. Wright addressed the research seminar of the Cambridge Educational Dialogue Research centre (CEDiR) at the University of Cambridge. 

 You can watch a recording of that session here.

  

 

24th Feb

Stuart Dunmore presented at the Research on Language and Linguistics at Sussex (ROLLS) seminar on 'Ethnolinguistic identity in a transatlantic minority: Gaelic in contemporary Canada'

To find out more see: http://sussexlinguists.blogspot.com/ 

 

 

 

5th February

Stuart Dunmore, Arlene Holmes-Henderson and Tom F. Wright spoke at the Language in Context Seminar at the University of Edinburgh

 

 

 

 

 

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Project Events

  

2021

 

Friday 5th February

We will be addressing the Language in Context Seminar at the University of Edinburgh

at 15:00-16:30 on Zoom 

Link tbc

 

  

Thursday 25th Feb 

We will be addressing the research seminar of the Cambridge Educational Dialogue Research centre (CEDiR) at the  University of Cambridge. 

at 13:00-14:00 on Zoom 

Link tbc

 

March 4th Feb   

Speaking Citizens Open Seminar 

We are hosting an online Open Seminar discussing the current status of our project.

Please feel free to join us on Zoom at this event using this Zoom link

 

 

Thursday 18th March

Tom F. Wright and Arlene Holmes-Henderson will be speaking at a 'Rhetoric in the Humanities' event at the Centre for Intellectual History at the University of Sussex

at 17:00-1900 on Zoom 

 Link tbc

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