Teachers: Dr. Simone Belli and Dr. Sarri Vuorisalo-Tiitinen
Monday, Aug 5: Student registration
Tuesday, Aug 6: Opening ceremony, Rector´s reception and Welcome party
Piller, Ingrid. 2007. Linguistics and Intercultural Communication; http://www.languageonthemove.com/downloads/PDF/piller_2007_intercultural%20communication.pdf
McElhinny, Bonnie. 2010. The Audacity of Affect: Gender, Race, and History in Linguistic Accounts of Legitimacy and Belonging: http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-anthro-091908-164358
Wednesday, Aug 7
9:15–10:45 Introduction of the course, getting to know each other, Introduction to emotions and language. Main Building, room 14 (same lecture room during the whole course)
13:15–14:45 Division in groups, group work, Pre-reading Conceptual Map, Learning Centre Aleksandria rooms 230, 329-333 (same group work space during the whole course)
19:00: Art Performance at Kiasma: www.kiasma.fi/kiasma-theatre/urb13/lecture-for-every-one
Reading: Belli, Simone, Rom Harré, and Lupicinio Íñiguez. 2010. What Is Love? Discourse about Emotions in Social Sciences: http://www.academia.edu/343108/What_is_Love_Discourse_about_Emotions_in_Social_Sciences
Thursday, Aug 8
9:15–10:45 Theories of interculturality
13:15–14:45 Preparation of group assignments, based on given themes, field journal
Friday, Aug 9
9:15–10:45 Concepts related to interculturality and emotions: otherness, subjectivity and individualism
13:15–14:45 Group work, participant observation
Monday, Aug 12
9:15–10:45 Methods of studying emotions and intercultural encounters
13:15–14:45 Discussion on methods in groups, choosing the suitable method for each group, Research Plan
Tuesday, Aug 13
9:15–10:45 Critical discourse analysis
13:15–14:45 Interview Script.
Wednesday, Aug 14
9:15–10:45 Critical discourse analysis continues
13:15–14:45 Group work, getting in touch with the informants.
Thursday, Aug 15
9:15–10:45 Psychosocial dynamics and processes of exclusion and inclusion in a society: different approaches
13:15–14:45 Peer feedback of group work, transcript
Friday, Aug 16
9:15–10:45 Symbolic capital in a society: intercultural encounters in the Finnish society
13:15–14:45 Analysis Interview, preparation of presentations
Monday, Aug 19
9:15–10:45 From theory to practice
Afternoon: Introduction of group work results in Think Corner (time to be specified)
Tuesday, Aug 20
9:15–10:45 Presentation Session 1: #Suru and #Rakkaus
13:15–14:45 Presentation Session 2: #Kadehdi and #Pelko
Wednesday, Aug 21
9:15–10:45 Presentation Session 3: #Sisu and #Surumielisyys
13:15–14:45 Presentation Session 4: #Luottamus and #Pettymys
Thursday, Aug 22
9:15–10:45 Wrap-up of the course
Lunch together, farewell
Group work might be arranged differently, according to the schedules of the informants. Interviews and analysis of the material will be done in groups, results of the analyses will be introduced in the University of Helsinki Think Corner, time to be announced in the beginning of the course.
Preliminary reading list
(most of the material will be available online)
Piller, Ingrid. 2007. Linguistics and Intercultural Communication.
McElhinny, Bonnie. 2010. The Audacity of Affect: Gender, Race, and History in Linguistic Accounts of Legitimacy and Belonging.
Course readings (selected parts will be distributed and read during the course, changes still possible):
Belli, Simone, Rom Harré, and Lupicinio Íñiguez. 2010. What Is Love? Discourse about Emotions in Social Sciences.
Blommaert, Jan, and Chris Bulcaen. 2000. Critical Discourse Analysis.
Blommaert, Jan, James Collins, and Stef Slembrouck. 2005. Spaces of Multilingualism.
Gudykunst, William B., and Young.Yun Kim. 2003. Cultural influences on the process. In Communicating with Strangers: An approach to Intercultural Communication.
Huber, Mary Taylor. 2010. Caring for Students: Pedagogy and Professionalism in an Age of Anxiety.
Lin, Angel. 2012. Hip Hop and English Language Learning (ELL): Empowering Youth with Positive English Speaker Identities.
Matsumoto, David, Jeffrey Leroux, and Seung Hee Yoo. 2005. Emotion and Intercultural Communication (only the first part).
Pavlenko, Aneta. 2008. Emotion and Emotion-laden Words in the Bilingual Lexicon.
Shohamy, Elana. Linguistic Landscape and Urban Spaces.
Tepora, Tuomas. 2012. “Sisu”: The Finnish for “Stiff Upper Lip”?
Wetherell, Margaret. 2011. Introducing Affect: Lines of Argument.
Elfenbein, Hillary Anger, and Nalini Ambady. 2002. On the Universality and Cultural Specificity of Emotion Recognition: a Meta-analysis.
Gill, Rosalind. 2009. Breaking the silence: The Hidden Injuries of Neo-liberal Academia.