Conference Presentations

I have presented my work at the following conferences.

  • Curry, N, (2019) Comparing academic writing in three languages: questions as metadiscourse in English, French, and Spanish, ternational Conference on Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse 2019, November 14, Castellón, Spain
  • Mark, G. & Curry, N, (2019) Well… I mean… I don’t know: Using corpus methods to improve the representation of spoken language in ELT coursebooks, International Conference of Corpus Linguistics, July 22, Cardiff, UK
  • Curry, N. (2019) Research Informed practices: Strategies for Addressing Exam-related Anxieties and Obstacles to Language Learning Success, 2019 Global Language and Culture Conference, April 15, New York, USA.
  • Curry, N. & Clark, T (2019) Teachers, Learners and Materials Developers: Best Practices for Exam Preparation. IATEFL, April 2, Liverpool, UK
  • Curry, N (2018) Challenges in Function to Form Corpus Pragmatics: Looking for and Finding Readers in a Corpus-based Contrastive Analysis of Academic Writing in English, French and Spanish. Corpus Linguistics in the South, November 24, University of London Roehampton, UK
  • Curry, N. & Goodman, O. (2018) Recent change in spoken British English: implications for ELT pedagogy[poster]. University of Cambridge Language Sciences, November 13, Cambridge, UK
  • Ustunel, E. & Curry, N. (2018) The Implementation of Write & Improve to Enhance EFL Learners’ Writing Skills. 4th International Contemporary Education Research Congress, October 4-7, Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University, Bodrum, Turkey
  • Curry, N. (2018) Rhetoric and Reader Pronouns in Economics Academic Writing: A Corpus-Based Contrastive Analysis of English, French and Spanish Research Articles.Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies, July 13-15, Valletta, Malta
  • Curry, N. (2017) Meeting the reader in academic writing: reader pronouns in English and French, 9th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (CILC), May 31 – June 2, Paris, Ireland
  • Curry, N. (2017) Reader pronouns in English and French economics research articles academic writing, (poster), Centre for Applied Language Studies Research Day, May 25th, University of Limerick, Ireland
  • Curry, N. (2017) Engaging readers through pronouns in English and French academic writing, (poster), Third Annual University of Limerick Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Postgraduate Conference May 15th, Limerick, Ireland
  • Curry, N. (2017) Corpus-based contrastive analysis of reader engagement in academic writing: questions and reader pronouns, International Research Methods Summer School 2017 (IRMSS), May 19 – 21, Limerick Ireland
  • Curry, N. (2016) A corpus-based contrastive analysis of question functions in English and French research articles, Irish Association of Applied Linguistics IRAAL, November 19, Dublin, Ireland
  • Curry, N., Dunne, B., Hogan, J. J., Horgan, L. & Wall P. (2016) An auto-ethnographic analysis of tutor responses to feelings of inequality in writing centre peer-tutoring sessions, co-author, European Writing Centre Association July 8, Łódź, Poland
  • Curry, N. (2016) The form and function of questions in English and French research articles: a contrastive analysis, Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies June 16, Bath, England
  • Curry, N. (2016) Theoretical evolution in contrastive linguistics: future implications in contrastive linguistic theory. Centre for Applied Language Studies Postgraduate Conference May 26, Limerick, Ireland
  • Curry, N. (2016) Contrastive studies of academic writing: the current state of the art and future directions, Second Annual University of Limerick Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Postgraduate Conference May 19, Limerick, Ireland
  • Curry, N., Dunne, B., Hardiman, S., Moynihan, S. & O’Halloran, M. (2014) Empathy in peer-tutor relationship, peering across disciplines to deal with emotion, co-author European Writing Centre Association July 19 – 22, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany