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In the name of the people: representing the people in twenty-first century politics

      

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  • Jueves, 22 de noviembre

    Jueves, 22 de noviembre
    09.30 Opening (Aula ICS)

    10.00-11.00

    'We seem to be out on a limb': separating the British from the EU in parliamentary discourse. Jenni Riihimaki 
     
    Populism(s) in Power: collective identities and social imaginaries from SYRIZA to Trump.  Giorgos Venizelos 

    11.00-12.00

    The (re)presentation of fear in presidential debates.  Jakob Horneber / Andreas Schmitz 
     
    Achieving Results for the American People. A CorpusAssisted CDA of the White House website under Trump’s Presidency.  Antonella Napolitano

    12.00-12.30 Coffee (Hall ICS)
    12.30 Plenary session: Majid Khosravinik (Aula ICS)
    Digital discourse, populism and social media communication
    13.45 Lunch break (Comedores)
     

    Aula M02 - Amigos
    Communications

    Aula 8 - Amigos
    Medium and Message

    16.00-17.00

    Reimagining the nation: the construction of Spain in the political discourse of Podemos. 
    Jacopo Custodi 
     
    Nationalist and Transnational Populism from Eastern European Perspectives. 
    Attila Antal

    People in counterdiscourse: Polemical tweets in political discourse during the French presidential election.
    Marjut Johansson  
     
    ‘Standing up for real people’: UKIP, the Brexit, and multimodal discursive strategies on social media. 
    Sam Bennett

    17.00-18.00

    'We want to trust the people' - National identity construction and the EU Referendum.
    Nora Wenzl 
     
    The breaking point: speaking for, acting for and standing for ‘the best interest of the people’  in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. 
    Margaret Rasulo 

    The interdiscursive construction of charismatic relationships. 
    Aline Schmidt

    People and Their Voice: Critical Analysis of Transformation of Protest in Digital India 
    Urjani Chakravarty / Gulab Chand 

    18.00-19.30

    Populism in the Catalan crisis 2012-2018: representation of the people, institutional and ethnopolitical aspects. 
    Andrey Baranov 
     
    Transnationalizing ’the people’. Bringing the peoples of Europe together against the European Union elites.
    Óscar García Agustín 

    Comunicación, política y lenguaje en los ecosistemas digitales (2007-2017): una aproximación teórica. Francisco Pérez Latre 
     
    Análisis de los mecanismos lingüísticos persuasivos utilizados en la plataforma de movilización ciudadana Change.org. 
    Ana Mancera 
     
    Análisis de los discursos de los líderes de la Asamblea Nacional Catalana (ANC) y Òmnium Cultural durante la campaña del “Sí” para al referéndum 1-O   
    Miljana Micovic / María Gallego

     

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  • Viernes, 23 de noviembre

    Viernes, 23 de noviembre

     

    Aula M02 Amigos
    Metaphor

    Aula 13 Amigos

    09.00-10.00

    The metaphorical habitus of the populace in diplomatic discourse: a case study of the 72nd UN General Assembly address.
    Liudmila Armaviciene 
     
    Snapshots from the inside: Top-down and bottom-up images of EU citizenship across media.  Carmen  Sancho Guinda 

     

    10.00-11.00

    Migration discourse and representations of 'the people'.
    Andreas Musolff / Lorella Viola

    Metaphors of “populist” and “populism” in British news media.   
    Massimiliano Demata 

     

    Medium and Massage
    Social networks and the construction of political culture.
    Víctor Meléndez 

    Citizens and leaders’ emotional discourse in populist governance: a case study on Venezuelan politics in Twitter.  Ana María Fernández Vallejo 

    11.00-12.00

    Populism and spatial metaphors. 
    Mokhtar Ounis  
     
     
    Metaphor use in populist, pluralist and elitist political speeches. 
    Carola Schoor

    El excepcionalismo español: derecha radical y otredad en España. 
    Pablo Ortiz

    La presencia del 'pueblo' en la cobertura peridistica de las crisis. Los casos de la eurocrisis y la burbuja inmobiliaria en España. 
    Angel Arrese / Alfonso Vara

     

    12.00-12.30

    Coffee (Hall ICS)

    12.30

    Plenary session: Beatriz Gallardo (Aula ICS - Siemens Gamesa)
    El entramado discursivo en la política del s. XXI: simultaneidades, límites y procesos

    13.45-15.30

    Lunch break

     

    Aula 8 Amigos
    Violence against Women in European Politics 

    Aula 9  Amigos
    Medium and Message 

    15.30-16.30

    A Woman’s Place: the Istanbul Convention in the Croatian Media Discourse.
    Lelija Sočanac 
     
     
    First Ladies in Ukraine as Political Actors: a Critical Discourse Analysis of Public Speeches and Interviews.
    Anna Iegorova 

    #AmericaFirst vs #primagliitaliani. A Corpus-Assisted CDA of Trump’s and Salvini’s Twitter communications.
    Maria Cristina Aiezza

    The populist rhetorics and its influence on the traditional parties. Romania’s case.  Daniela Roventa / Adriana Stefanel
     

    16.30-17.30

    The Cost of Equality: Women and Political Candidacy in Kenya.
    Shillah Memusi 

    Triggers: Affectivity and Temporality in Political Representation.
    Alaya Forte 

    The role of metaphor in Pakistan's 2018 election compaign. 
    Mahum Hayat Khan

    Populism and popularity in Khan's campaign
    Saqlain Hassan

    17.30-18.00

    Coffee (Amigos Outside Aula 8)

    18.00-19.00

    Plenary session: Benjamin de Cleen (Aula 8, Amigos)
    Populism and nationalism: on the intricacies of speaking in the name of 'the people'

    21.00

    Conference dinner. Museo Universidad de Navarra

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  • Sábado, 24 noviembre

    Sábado, 24 de noviembre

    09.30-11.00

    Aula M03 Amigos Politics Beyond the Sovereign Demos? 

    Introduction. David Thunder  
    Representing the people: Laclau and Müller on populism and representation. Lasse Thomassen  

    Discussion  

    Popular or hegemonic subject? Michaelangelo Anastasiou  

    Discussion 

    Aula M02 Amigos Violence against Women in European Politics 

    Potentials (and Challenges) of a Discursive Feminist Critique of Misogyny Online. 
    Eleonora Esposito 
     
    Xenophobia, misogyny and hate speech: Targeting women in cyberspace. 
    Monika Kopytowska 
     
    Online Misogyny: Being a Female Politician in the Digital Era. 
    Alessia Tranchese / Sole Zollo 

    Aula M01 Amigos Communications 
    América Latina el terreno fértil para el populismo. 
    Kevin Valenzuela 
     
    El dialogismo interdiscursivo en las formaciones ideológicas de la polarización política brasileña.
    Estevao Freixo 
     
    Reflexiones en torno al llamado discurso populista Hugo Chávez. 
    Ricardo Connett 
     
    La construcción de la identidad de Podemos.  
    Manuel Casado
    11.00-11.30

    Coffee Amigos Outside Aula M01

    11.30-13.00

    Aula M03 Amigos Politics Beyond the Sovereign Demos? 
    The sovereign as a network of political judgment. 
    Camila Vergara  
     
    Discussion 
     
    Populism Is a Symptom, Not a Cause, of the Failures of the Sovereign State David Thunder 
     
    Discussion 

    Aula M02 Amigos Violence against Women in European Politics 

    Modern digital hate is hate crime: investigating social media platforms and the genderbased violence faced by women in politics. 
    Giusy Piatto 
     
    Digital discourses of perfect feminity, disablism and new affordances for representation and/or hate speech. 
    Soudeh Ghaffari 
     
    La aplicación de la circunstancia agravante de género en la práctica jurisprudencial. 
    Tania García Sedano 

    Aula M01 Amigos Communications 

    Modalidad epistémica débil y evidencialidad indirecta en el discurso del Front National: ¿atenuación o intensificación? 
    Dámaso Izquierdo 
     
    Discursos en medio de la tormenta: Torra, Arrimadas y Domènech.  
    Ricardo  Jiménez 
     
    Las fake news en España y en Italia: Características lingüísticas de este fenómeno social. 
    Serena Mottola 

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