2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium Program Schedule
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2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium
Systemic Functional Linguistics across Contexts
February 22–24: Mortara Center (Georgetown University, Washington, DC)

Program
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FRIDAY
2/22
SATURDAY
2/23
SUNDAY
2/24
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8:30 AM8:30–9:00
Registration & Morning Coffee
8:30–9:00
Registration & Morning Coffee
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9:00 AM9:00–9:30
Opening:
Marianna Ryshina–Pankova &
Associate Dean Deborah Phillips
(Georgetown University)
9:00–10:00
Keynote: Nigel A. Caplan
(University of Delaware)
“What's (Functional) Grammar Doing Here?”
9:00–9:30
Registration & Morning Coffee
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9:30 AM9:30–10:30
Keynote: Mary Schleppegrell
(University of Michigan)
SFL across Contexts: The Role of Theory
9:30–10:00
Katelyn MacDougald
(Georgetown University)
Chilling the MOOD: The Enactment of Linguistic Regulation in Employee Contracts
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10:00 AM10:00–10:30
Marina Lepekhova
(University of Massachusetts Boston)
Russian Writers' Identities in Statements of Purpose
10:00–10:30
Tanner Call
(Georgetown University)
'I Am a Survivor': A Transitivity Analysis of Victim Impact Statements at the Larry Nassar Sexual Abuse Sentencing Hearing
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10:30 AM10:30–11:00
Sandra Digruber
(Georgetown University)
Knowledge Creation through Semantic Moves: An SFL Analysis of Foreign Language Teachers’ Use of the Target Language
10:30–11:00
Jesse Gleason
(Southern Connecticut State University)
Academic Literacy Development in Upper-Level WL Courses that Focus on Grammar
10:30–11:00
Rebecca Farkas
(Georgetown University)
U.S. vs. P.R.: Analyzing the Reproduction of Systems of Inequality in Public Statements by President Trump about Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
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11:00 AM11:00–11:30
Amy Kim
(Georgetown University)
(De)legitimization of Monolingual Ideologies in Mainstream Contexts: A Case Study of US Teachers' Online Discourse
11:00–11:30
Michelle Hardy
(Georgetown University)
Construing Personification: Experiential Meaning and Literary Style in Herta Müller's Atemschaukel
11:00–12:00
Keynote: Heidi Byrnes
(Georgetown University)
In Search of a Two-Way Street: Reflections on Mainstreaming SFL
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11:30 AM11:30–12:00
Julia Goetze
(Washington University in St. Louis)
Investigating Foreign Language (FL) Teacher Emotions Using SFL's ATTITUDE and TRANSITIVITY Systems
11:30–12:00
Willi Barthold
(Georgetown University)
Narrating the City: Ideational Resources and Literary Style in Siegfried Kracauer's Modernist Miniatures
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12:00 PM12:00–13:00
Lunch
12:00–13:00
Lunch
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1:00 PM13:00–14:00
Keynote: Zak Lancaster
(Wake Forest University)
When Disciplinary Faculty Analyze Stance in Student Papers: Insights and Rogue Consequences
13:00–15:00
Keynote Workshop:
Ruth Harman &
Nicole Siffrinn
(University of Georgia)
An Embodied Teaching/Learning Cycle:
Culturally Sustaining SFL Praxis
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2:00 PM
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2:30 PM14:30–15:00
Cole Kervin
(Florida Atlantic University)
Julián Is a Mermaid: A Non-Binary Representation of Gender
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3:00 PM15:00–15:30
Coffee Break
15:00–15:30
Coffee Break
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3:30 PM15:30–16:00
Douglas McKnight
(Georgetown University)
Genre Complexity and Life Disruption: An Examination of a Testimony from the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
15:30–16:00
Yiran Xu
(Georgetown University)
Integrating Formal and Functional Approaches to Second Language Writing Complexity
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4:00 PM16:00–16:30
Julio César Valerdi Zárate
(National Autonomous University of Mexico)
New Perspectives on the Role of APPRAISAL Systems in Academic Argumentation: A Contribution from Toulmin's Argumentation Model
16:00–16:30
Justin Quam
(Georgetown University)
How Language Learners Align with Readers through Narrative: Patterns of APPRAISAL among L2 German
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4:30 PM16:30–17:00
Andrea Bryant
(Georgetown University)
A Semiotic Analysis of Race in One American L2 German Textbook Landscape
16:30–18:00
Reception
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5:00 PM
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