The importance of the written word – project leaflet
Sample of slides from conference presentation, based on work in progress – focus on texts, trajectories and technologies
Lillis, T., Leedham, M. & Twiner, A. (2017). Writing in contemporary social work: Texts, trajectories and technologies. Paper presented at the 50th British Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, University of Leeds, 31st August – 2nd September.
Sample of slides from conference presentation, based on work in progress – challenges of combining methods in research on social work writing
Lillis, T., Leedham, M. and Twiner, A. (November 2016) Combining ethnography and corpus to research writing practices in social work: challenges and opportunities in methodology, epistemology and application. Paper presented at the Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice Conference, Copenhagen.
Working across disciplinary areas to research writing…
Lillis, T. and Rai, L. (2011) A case study of a research based collaboration around writing in social work, Across the Disciplines ISSN: 1554-8244.
What’s writing in the academy got to do with work based writing?…
Theresa Lillis and Lucy Gray (2016) | Book chapter to be published. May 2016.