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Name: Attila  Krizsán
Institution: University of Turku
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State and/or Country: Finland   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Specialty: Politolinguistics; EU political discourse; language and identity
Selected Publications: Krizsán Attila 2011. In Press. Ideologically Speaking: An Analysis of Four Hungarian Political Speeches. In Fryer Paul, Williams Christopher & Archer Dawn (eds): Space for All (?): Perspectives on Minority Language and Identity across the European Continent. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society.

Krizsán Attila 2011. ’The EU is not them, but us!’ – The first person plural and the articulation of collective identities in European political discourse. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Krizsán Attila 2008. ‘The EU is not them, but us!’ – Collective identities in European political discourse. In Jenset Gard B., Heggelund Øystein, Dyvik Cardona Margrete, Wold Stephanie & Didriksen Anders (eds): Linguistics in the Making: Selected Papers from the 2nd Scandinavian PhD Conference in Linguistics and Philology. Oslo: Novus Press, 203-227.

Krizsán Attila 2008. Kollektivnye identichnosti v evropejskom politicheskom diskurse. In Williams Christopher, Baranov A., Fedorova L., & Vorontsov V. (eds): Linguistic and Ethnic Revival in Russia: From Policy to Cultural Diversity. Izhevsk: Udmurt State University Press, 238-255.
Announced on LINGUIST :  "The EU is Not Them, But Us!"
Courses Taught: Discourse Studies and Pragmatics; Language and Discourse Research Methods; Theories of Language and Discourse; Critical Discourse Analysis; Systemic-Functional Grammar

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