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Para um entendimento da multimodalidade entre/além das fronteiras disciplinares e culturais
Friday, 11 March 2016, 14:00 - 17:30
ENIEDA Ad Hoc Series


PARA UM ENTENDIMENTO DA MULTIMODALIDADE ENTRE/ALÉM DAS FONTEIRAS  DISCIPLINARES E CULTURAIS


09 e 11 de março – 14h00 às 17h30 – Anfiteatro 1 (Campus da Penteada)



TÓPICOS EM FOCO
•    Comunicação mediatizada e novos media
•    Multimodalidade entre/além das fonteiras disciplinares
•    Interculturalidade; consciência inter- e transcultural
•    Ensino e pesquisa em várias dimensões do discurso, da comunicação e da pragmática


PÚBLICO ALVO
Toda a comunidade, todavia o evento é particularmente relevante para estudantes e licenciados em Línguas e Relações Empresariais (LeRE), Comunicação, Cultura e Organizações (CCO), Ciências da Cultura (CC), Arte e Multimédia, Estudos Linguísticos e Culturais (ELC), e Gestão Cultural (GC), entre outros.

PARTICIPANTES
Profª Dra. Monika Kopytowska (University of ?ód?, Polónia; ENIEDA Network, Profª Visitante - Erasmus+)
Profª Dra. Svetlana Kurteš (Universidade da Madeira, FAH; ENIEDA Network)
Prof. Dr. Samuel Mateus (Universidade da Madeira, FAH)
Profª Dra. Alcina Sousa (Universidade da Madeira, FAH; ENIEDA Network)
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Žegarac (University of Bedfordshire, Reino Unido; ENIEDA Network)

ORGANIZAÇÃO
Profª Dra. Svetlana Kurteš (Universidade da Madeira, FAH; ENIEDA Network)
Profª Dra. Alcina Sousa (Universidade da Madeira, FAH; ENIEDA Network)

PROGRAMA

Quarta-feira, 9 de Março de 2016

14:00 – 14:30   Svetlana Kurteš & Alcina Sousa: ENIEDA Network: missão, atividades, perspetivas
14:30 – 15.30   Monika Kopytowska: Realidade social mediatizada: identidades, ideologias e valores online
15:30 – 16:00   Pausa para café e trabalho em rede
16:00 - 17:00    Samuel Mateus: Competência comunicativa e pragmática
17:00 – 17:30   Discussão e notas conclusivas
       
Sexta-feira, 11 de março de 2016

14:00 – 15:30   Vladimir Žegarac: Workshop: Comunicação Intercultural e mindfulness na e além da sala de aula
15:30 – 16:00   Pausa para café e trabalho em rede
16:00 - 17:00    Workshop (continuação)
17:00 – 17:30   Discussão e notas conclusivas

Resumo do Workshop

Neste workshop são abordados conceitos no âmbito da psicologia social ('mindfulness'), da pragmática cognitiva ('relevance'), da pragmática social ('face') e da terapia pessoal ('core conditions'), dando-se uma nova perspetiva às dificuldades observadas com frequência na interação intercultural entre professores e aprendentes na sala de aula.

As perspetivas dinamizadas no workshop, através da participação ativa na discussão e na análise de diversas situações problema, darão aos participantes a oportunidade para desenvolverem as competências de gestão interpessoal em comunicação intercultural, em geral, e na interação entre professor e aprendente na sala de aula, em particular. 

O workshop é aberto a todos os que queiram desenvolver e aperfeiçoar competências comunicativas interculturais, todavia é especialmente dirigido a profissionais da comunicação e professores (estagiários), a quem será dada a oportunidade de considerarem as situações problema apresentadas no workshop, facilitador no contexto das suas próprias experiências.
 

 
ENIEDA Ad Hoc Series


UNDERSTANDING MULTIMODALITY ACROSS AND BEYOND
DISCIPLINARY AND CULTURAL BOUNDARIES
 

9th and 11th March – 14:00 to 17:30– Anfiteatro 1 (Penteada Campus)


TOPICS UNDER SCRUTINY
•    (Mass-)mediated communication and new media
•    Multimodality beyond (disciplinary) boundaries
•    Interculturality; inter- and trans-cultural awareness
•    Teaching and research on various dimensions of discourse, communication and pragmatics

INTENDED AUDIENCE
Everyone is welcome, but the event is especially relevant to undergraduates and graduates in Languages and Business Studies (LeRE), Communication, Culture and Organizations (CCO), Cultural Studies (CC), Art and Media Studies, Linguistic and Cultural Studies (ELC), Cultural Management (GC), etc.

PARTICIPANTS
Dr. Monika Kopytowska (University of ?ód?, Poland; ENIEDA Network)
Dr. Svetlana Kurteš (University of Madeira, FAH; ENIEDA Network)
Dr. Samuel Mateus (University of Madeira, FAH)
Dr. Alcina Sousa (University of Madeira, FAH; ENIEDA Network)
Dr. Vladimir Žegarac (University of Bedfordshire, UK; ENIEDA Network)

ORGANIZERS
Dr. Svetlana Kurteš, University of Madeira, FAH
Dr. Alcina Sousa, University of Madeira, FAH

PROGRAMME

Wednesday, 9th March 2016

14:00 – 14:30   Svetlana Kurteš & Alcina Sousa: ENIEDA Network: mission, activities, perspectives
14:30 – 15.30   Monika Kopytowska: Mediated social reality: identities, ideologies and values online
15:30 – 16:00   Coffee break and networking
16:00 - 17:00    Samuel Mateus: Communicative competence and pragmatics
17:00 – 17:30   Discussion and concluding points
       
Friday, 11th March 2016

14:00 – 15:30   Vladimir Žegarac: Workshop: Intercultural communication and mindfulness in the classroom and beyond
15:30 – 16:00   Coffee break and networking
16:00 - 17:00    Workshop (cont’d)
17:00 – 17:30   Concluding remarks & closing

Workshop summary
In this workshop the concepts in the scope of social psychology ('mindfulness'), cognitive pragmatics ('relevance'), social pragmatics ('face') and person-centred therapy ('core conditions') are brought together, providing a new perspective on the difficulties often observed in intercultural interaction between teachers and learners in the classroom.

The insights gained in the workshop through active participation in the discussion and analysis of several problem situations will give the participants the opportunity to improve their rapport management skills in intercultural communication in general, and in teacher-learner interaction in the classroom, in particular. 
The workshop is open to everyone who would like to develop and refine their intercultural communicative skills, but is specifically designed for communication professionals and (trainee) teachers, who will be given the opportunity to consider the problem situations presented by the workshop facilitator in the context of their own experiences.

Note on the participants

Dr. Monika Kopytowska received her Ph.D. from the University of ?ód?, Poland, where she is currently affiliated with the Department of Pragmatics. Her research interests revolve around identity, media discourse and the pragma-rhetorical aspects of the mass-mediated representation of conflict, ethnicity, and religion. She has published internationally in linguistic journals and volumes and is now working on the dynamics of proximization in news discourse. She is the co-editor of Lodz Papers in Pragmatics (de Gruyter), the assistant editor of CADAAD Journal, and editorial board member of The University of Nairobi Journal of Language and Linguistics. Between October 2012 and February 2013 she has been visiting scholar at Lancaster University. She is a Board member of the European Network for Intercultural Education Activities (ENIEDA).

Dr. Svetlana Kurteš is a UK-based scholar with a wide international experience in the area of linguistic and intercultural education, having held academic positions at a number of universities in Europe and beyond. She is currently affiliated with the University of Madeira, where she is Invited Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. The focus of her research clusters around interdisciplinary approaches to communication, culture and society and issues surrounding their pedagogical applications and practical implications. Since 2010 she has been Vice-President of the European Network for Intercultural Education Activities (www.enieda.eu), having initiated, coordinated and convened a significant number of its activities. A member of several professional and scholarly associations and editorial boards of academic journals, she is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK. She regularly presents and publishes internationally.

Dr. Samuel Mateus teaches Communication Theory at the University of Madeira. He is a researcher at Labcom.IFP and CIC.digital and a member of several academic associations, as well as editorial boards of international journals. His research spans several disciplines, including Communication and the Imaginary, Public Opinion and Publicity. He has recently co-edited the volume “From Multitude to Crowds: collective action and the media” (Peter Lang, 2015). He is also the author of “Publicidade e Consumação nas Sociedades Contemporâneas” (Labcom, 2011) and “Tele-realidade- o princípio de publicidade mediatizado” (Labcom, 2013). Further details are available at: https://uma-pt.academia.edu/SamuelMateus.

Dr. Alcina Sousa is tenured Assistant Professor of English Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Madeira, where she teaches Applied Linguistics, Communication Skills and Specialized Discourse in English. Her main academic interests include discourse analysis, intercultural pragmatics, corpus-based approaches, stylistics and critical and creative reading in a foreign language, linguistics/literature interface, as well as language and identity, on which she has supervised MA and PhD dissertations and done research in national and international projects. She has been course director, coordinator of the board of teacher trainer supervisors, and lately coordinator of the English Studies area and member of the Scientific Committee of the Arts and Humanities Centre / Faculty, among other roles. She has been visiting professor at national and international institutions.  She is a founding member of the ENIEDA Network and a member of its Advisory Board since 2010 and a member of editorial and scientific boards of a number of academic journals. Her recent publications include book chapters, a co-edited volume, as well as a large number of peer-reviewed papers.

After obtaining a PhD in Linguistics from University College London (in 1991), Dr. Vladimir Žegarac has worked as a Research Fellow in Communication Studies at Middlesex University and at the University of Bedfordshire, where he is currently a Reader in Intercultural Pragmatics. His main research interest is in social aspects of human communication and he works within the cognitive framework provided by Relevance Theory. He has published a number of scholarly articles and chapters in books. He is a member of the International Scientific Panel of the ENIEDA Network. You can find more information about Vladimir Žegarac by visiting www.vlad.tv.
 
Location : Anfiteatro 1, piso - 2, Campus da Penteada
Os trabalhos serão em língua inglesa.

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