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Community, Capital and Culture: Celebrating SFL: 2018 AFSLA National Confer...

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The 2018 Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association
Community, Capital and Culture: Celebrating SFL

This conference continues the celebratory theme initiated at ASFLA 2016 by focusing on the achievements of Systemic Functional Linguistics. The conference is inclusive of all areas and applications of SFL, as well as related fields of inquiry, such as multimodality and LCT.

For this reason, we have chosen the concepts of community, capital and culture as guiding themes. All three concepts are integral to the architecture and principles of SFL.

This conference will reflect on key concepts on SFL itself; to constructively reflect on the role of community, capital and culture in SFL. What positive role has the SFL community played in the development of this research? What capital does SFL have? What does SFL culture afford? What other communities have contributed to and engaged with SFL in the development of this research?

We see this conference as an opportunity for constructive scholarly reflection, as well as an opportunity to instigate a positive and celebratory disposition that will define ASFLA in Adelaide, 2018.

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Registering at the non-member rate for any category includes ASFLA membership for 2018. An honour system applies as to your current membership status. Information on becoming a member of ASFLA can be found on the association website here
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Registration rates for the full 3-day conference are:

ASFLA member: $400 + Fee & GST
Non member: $450 + Fee & GST
ASFLA member student: + Fee & GST
Non member student:+ Fee & GST



ASFLA 2018 Plenaries and Keynotes


Dr Jing Hao

Jing Hao is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She holds a doctoral degree in linguistics from the University of Sydney. Her research has made a significant contribution to the development of ideational discourse semantics in Systemic Functional Linguistics. Her recent research interests include disciplinary knowledge building in both English and Mandarin Chinese. She has a forthcoming book Analysing Scientific Discourse from a Systemic Functional Linguistic Perspective (Routledge).

Professor Meg Gerbard

Meg Gebhard from the University of California, Berkeley, 2000, is a Professor of Applied Linguistics in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She currently directs the Secondary English Teacher Education Program and was the co-director of the ACCELA Alliance (Access through Critical Content and English Language Acquisition). This partnership was a university-school collaborative designed to support classroom teachers in using a Hallidayan perspective of language and learning to design, implement, and critically reflect on curriculum, instruction, and assessment in the context of high stakes school reforms in the United States. Her work has appeared in journals such as the TESOL Quarterly, Modern Language Journal, Journal of Second Language Writing, Linguistics and Education, and Language Arts.

Dr Lucy Macnaught

Lucy Macnaught is an Academic Learning Advisor at Auckland University of Technology. She collaborates with faculty staff to integrate and teach academic literacies across tertiary programmes. Her research draws on Systemic Functional Linguistics and Legitimation Code Theory in the analysis of classroom discourse, curricula and student writing. She is particularly interested in classroom metalanguage, academic writing development and teacher education. Her PhD in educational linguistics investigated the collaborative writing methodology of joint construction. Previously, Lucy has worked as an English teacher on intensive pre-tertiary programmes, and as a sessional TESOL lecturer. She has also participated in a number of large-scale research projects that explore discipline-specific literacy and teachers’ knowledge about language in secondary schooling.

AFSLA 2018 Keynote Speakers:

  • Professor Kay O’Halloran
  • Associate Professor Susan Hood
  • Dr Shoshana Dreyfus
  • Dr Nayia Cominos
  • Professor Beverly Derewianka
  • Dr Sally Humphrey
  • Associate Professor Monika Bednarek
  • Dr Helen Caple
  • Kristin Khoo
  • Dr Helen Harper
  • Dr Eszter Szenes
  • Jessica Scott
  • Dr Bronwyn Parkin
  • Dr Michele Zappavigna

Welcome to Adelaide, South Australia


Adelaide ‘The Festival City’ or ‘City of Churches’, is a beautiful City north of the Fleurieu Peninsula surrounded by the Gulf of St Vincent and the intriguing terrain of the Mount Lofty Ranges.

Adelaide has a prestigious reputation for having some of Australia’s best wine, commonly referred to as the ‘Great wine capital’ encircled with historic buildings and churches, opulent parklands/gardens and renowned for having some of Australia’s greatest beaches.

Places to see!

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Conference Dinner


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Accommodation Options


Located within the heart of Adelaide these accommodation options are within close proximity to the AFSLA 2018 Conference. All rooms are subject to availability, no rooms are being held. Discount: 15% off our Best Flexible Rates via the Oaks website only AFSLA

Oaks Embassy 96 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

Oaks Horizons 104 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

iStay Precinct 185 Morphett St, Adelaide SA 5000




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