Abigaël Candelas de la Ossa

Artículos y publicaciones

Artículos

Aceptado. Exceptionalising intersectionality: a corpus study of implied readership in guidance for survivors of domestic abuse.
En traducción. "Habla, escucha, piensa": Discursos de agencia y violencia no intencionada en textos de consejo sobre el consentimiento para hombres gays, bisexuales, y trans. Para Discurso & Sociedad.
2016. Candelas de la Ossa, Abigaël. 2016. "Talk, listen, think": Discourses of agency and unintentional violence in consent guidance for gay, bisexual, and trans men. Discourse & Society 27(4): 365-382. doi: 10.1177/0957926516634549
2016. Candelas de la Ossa, Abigaël & Meyerhoff, Miriam. 2016. Review: Paul Baker, Using Corpora to Analyze Gender, London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014, 228pp, USD42.95/GBP24.99 (pbk). Discourse Studies 18(1): 109-111. doi: 10.1177/1461445615612668b

Manuscritos

En prep. What should we want intersectionality to be?
En prep. Superpowers and vigilantes: affect and expertise in discourses of institutional injustice. Con Kaitlyn Smith.
En prep. Kinds of guys: Discourses of relationality and moral masculinity in consent guidance for men.
2016. Sex, drugs, and modal auxiliaries: modal variation and epistemicity in sexual consent guidance for young people.
En prep. So what have experts have ever done for us? How lexicosyntactic variation can shed light on expertise and the weighted division of linguistic labour.

Discursos invitados

2016. Sex, drugs, and modal auxiliaries: The construction of sexual consent in guidance for young people. University of Western Ontario. 22 ene 2016.
2015. Linguistics research on demeanour evidence. Consent & Sexual Violence Research Group, Oxford University. 3 mar 2015.
2014. Situated knowledges and interpretative injustices. Consent & Sexual Violence Research Group, Oxford University. 28 nov 2014.
2014. "You don't have to": Constructing sexual consent in guidance for young people and professionals. Linguistics & Applied Language Studies Seminar, Victoria University of Wellington. 8 oct 2014.
2014. What CAN can mean. Discourse Analysis Group, Victoria University of Wellington, 24 sept 2014.
2014. What MUST must mean and HAVE TO has to mean. Discourse Analysis Group, Victoria University of Wellington, 20 ago 2014.
2014. Getting away from "just say no". Forum on Consent, McGill University, 26 feb 2014. (Invited keynote.)

Selección de seminarios

2016 Sexual consent in UK institutional discourse. Sociolinguistics Lab, University at Buffalo. 8 nov 2016.
2012 Marriage is so gay: How stance and semantics can bear on the question of what experts have ever done for us. Postgraduate Discussion Group, Queen Mary University of London. 15 feb 2012.
2011 What is the status of stance–commitments? Syntax and Semantics Research Group, University of Edinburgh. 9 mar 2011.
2010. "Speaking as a woman": gender, silencing, and agency in public discourse. University of Edinburgh Logic & Language Seminar, 11 feb 2010.

Selección de presentaciones de congreso

2016. Implied readership, imagined communities, and exceptionalising intersectionality in guidance for survivors of domestic abuse. Panel sobre Constituting and Responding to Sexual Violence. IGALA 9. 19-21 mayo 2016.
2015. Stance and neoliberal ideology in sexual consent guidance. i-mean 4. 9-11 abr.
2015. Superpowers and vigilantes: affect and expertise in discourses of institutional injustice. i-mean 4. 9-11 abr. Con Kaitlyn Smith.
2014. How positive is positive consent? Discourses of unintentional violence in consent guidance for gay, bisexual, and trans men. IGALA 8. 5-7 jun 2014.
2014. "Talk, listen, think" Discourses of unintentional violence in consent guidance for LGBT men. Graduate Forum, York University. 23 apr 2014.
2013. "You wouldn't want to see your own children acting like that in the playground": negotiating agency in women's media discourse. International Language in Media Conference, 27-30 sept 2013.
2013. The construction of consent in LGBT public discourses. Queen Mary Postgraduate Student Conference, Queen Mary University of London. 23 mayo 2013.
2012. A discursive approach to the nuclear family as a locus of institutional bias and epistemic injustice. (Poster) Implicit Bias Workshop 3, 12-13 jul 2012.
2012. "Workers have wives": The nuclear family as a locus of institutional bias. Queen Mary Linguistics Postgraduate Conference. 24 mayo 2012.
2011. "Speaking as a woman": gender, silencing, and agency in public discourse. Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain (ULAB). 26 mar 2011.

Talleres

2017. Abstracts workshop. Sociolinguistics Lab, University at Buffalo. 1 mayo 2017.
2017. Corpus tools and methods. Sociolinguistics Lab, University at Buffalo. 29 mar 2017.
2016. Writing abstracts. Sociolinguistics Lab, University at Buffalo. 27 sept 2016.
2016. LaTeX workshop. Thesis Group, Victoria University of Wellington. 20 jul 2016.
2014. LaTeX workshop. Linguistics Department, Queen Mary University of London. 11 nov 2014.
2014. LaTeX workshop. Linguistics Department, York University. Con Alec Shaw. 22 mayo 2014.
2013. Beamer workshop. Linguistics Department, Queen Mary University of London. 13 nov 2013.