PRESENTATIONS

CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS

Gales, Tammy and Finegan, Edward (2020).“Linguistic Approaches to Assessing Genericity in Trademark Disputes.” Paper presented at the Law and Corpus Linguistics Conferences at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Gales, Tammy (2019). “Threatening Communications: An Examination of Threatening Language from Linguistic, Legal, and Law Enforcement Perspectives.” Symposium on Illicit Genres, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Gales, Tammy and Solan, Lawrence (2019). “Revisiting a Classic Problem in Statutory Interpretation: Is a Laborer a Minister?” Paper presented at Applying Corpus Linguistics to Legal Interpretation Workshop. Georgia State University Law School, Atlanta, GA.

Gales, Tammy (2019). “Current Threat Assessment Practices and Research.” Plenary at Forensic Linguistics: Interrogating Language Conference, Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY.

Gales, Tammy and Solan, Lawrence (2019). “Historical Semantics and Statutory Interpretation.” Paper presented in the panel: Corpus Linguistics: The Search for Objective Interpretation at Association of American Law Schools, New Orleans, LA.

Gales, Tammy (2018). “The Uses and “Missed” Uses of Corpus Linguistics in Forensic Contexts. Plenary at the Arizona Corpus Linguistics Conference, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.

Gales, Tammy (2018). “Apologies, Admissions, and Assessments: An Appraisal Analysis of Contrite Stances in American Indian Parole Board Hearings.” Paper at the International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress, Boston, MA.

Gales, Tammy and Solan, Lawrence (2018). “Historical Semantics and Statutory Interpretation.” Paper at the University of Chicago Conference on Historical Semantics, Chicago, IL.

Solan, Lawrence and Gales, Tammy (2018). “Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Legal Interpretation.” Panel at the Law and Corpus Linguistics Symposium, Brigham Young University, Sundance, UT.

Gales, Tammy (2017). “Stances of Contrition: An Appraisal Analysis of Apologies in American Indian Parole Board Hearings.” Paper at the 13th Biennial Conference at the International Association of Forensic Linguists, Provo, Portugal.

Solan, Lawrence and Gales, Tammy (2017). “Using Corpus Linguistics to Find the Ordinary Meaning of Legal Terms.” Paper at the 13th Biennial Conference at the International Association of Forensic Linguists, Provo, Portugal.

Solan, Lawrence and Gales, Tammy (2017). “Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Legal Interpretation. Invited paper at the Law and Corpus Linguistics Law Symposium, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Gales, Tammy (2017). “American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting, Boston, MA. Gales, Tammy (2016). “(De-)Constructing Victim Credibility and Consent in Cases of Sexual Assault: An Analysis of Evaluative Language within the U.S. Legal Process.” Invited paper at the Nordic Forensic Linguistics Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark.
 

Gales, Tammy (2016). “Linguistic Profiling and Authorship Analysis in Threat Assessment.” Invited paper at the Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP) Conference, Whistler, British Columbia.


Gales, Tammy (2016). “Linguistic Manifestations of Power, Affect, and Engagement in the

Language of American Indian Parole Board Hearings.” Paper at the 8th West Coast

Roundtable on Language and Law, Provo, Utah.


Gales, Tammy (2015). “Revictimizing the Victim in Non-stranger Assault Crimes: An analysis

of Power and Evaluative Language in Witness Cross-examinations.” Paper at the 42nd

International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress (ISFC), Aachen, Germany.

Gales, Tammy and Leonard, Robert (2015). “The Forensic Linguistics Capital Case Innocence Project: A joint enterprise of Hofstra University’s Linguistics Program and Law School.” Paper at the 60th Annual Conference of the International Linguistics Association, Teachers College, Columbia University, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2014). “Patterns of Evaluative Language in Confessions.” Paper at the 7th West Coast Roundtable on Language and Law, Missoula, Montana.

Leonard, Robert and Gales, Tammy (2014). “Forensic Linguistics: the analysis of legal evidence that is language. Linguistique légale: l’analyse du langage comme prevue juridique.” Invited plenary address at the 59th Annual Conference of the International Linguistics Association, Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris II, France.

Gales, Tammy and Solan, Lawrence (2014). “Power, Affect, and Evaluation in Witness Cross- examinations of Non-stranger Assault Crimes.” Paper at 2014 International Linguistics Association (ILA) Conference, Paris, France.

Gales, Tammy and Solan, Lawrence (2014). “The Language of Sexual Assault Trials: A comparative discourse analysis of witness examinations in non-stranger assault crimes.” Paper at 2014 Law and Society Association (LSA) Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Gales, Tammy and Solan, Lawrence (2013). “Sexual Assault Trials: How are they Different?” Paper at the 6th West Coast Roundtable on Language and Law, California Appellate Project, San Francisco, California.

Gales, Tammy (2011). “Variation in threats: A Corpus Analysis of Stance-controlled Complement Clauses.” Paper at 2011 American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL) Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Gales, Tammy (2011). “The Stance of Stalking: A Corpus-based Analysis of Epistemic Stance in Threats.” Paper at 2011 International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) Biennial Conference on Forensic Linguistics/Language and the Law, Birmingham, UK.

Leonard, Robert; Shuy, Roger; Wald, Benji; and Gales, Tammy (2011). “Linguistic Accommodation and Authorship Analysis: the Jarvis Masters case.” Paper at 2011 International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) Biennial Conference on Forensic Linguistics/Language and the Law, Birmingham, UK.

Gales, Tammy and Chand, Vineeta (2010). “A Corpus-based Approach to Word Frequency and Syntactic Categories: Untangling their Relationship within Sound Change.” Paper at 2010 Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland.

Gales, Tammy (2009). “‘Get out before we get you!’ A Corpus-based Analysis of Stance in Threatening Communications.” Paper at American Association of Corpus Linguistics (AACL), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

Gales, Tammy and Fitzgerald, James (2009). “Advances in Threat Assessment Techniques: the Communicated Threat Assessment Reference Corpus.” Paper at International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) 6th Biennial Conference on Forensic Linguistics/Language and the Law, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Gales, Tammy (2007). “Referent Tracking through the Fourth Person in Navajo Narratives: A Corpus-based Approach.” Paper at Linguistic Association of the Southwest (LASSO), Denver, Colorado.

Gales, Tammy (2007). “Diversity as Enacted in recent U.S. Immigration Law: An SFL Approach.” Paper at American Association of Applied Linguistics 2007 (AAAL), Costa Mesa, California.

Gales, Tammy (2007). “U.S. Immigration Laws for Latinos since 9/11: an SFL Analysis.” Paper at XXI Conference on Spanish in the U.S. & 6th Conference on Spanish in Contact with Other Languages, George Mason, Arlington, Virginia.

Paper presented for Vineeta Chand (2006). “‘Us’ and ‘Them’ in the Iraq War: A Soldier’s Perspective.” Paper at 33rd International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress (ISFC), Catholic University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

Gales, Tammy (1998). “Developing Computer Literacy in the Classroom.” Panelist at 32nd Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Convention, Seattle, Washington.

INVITED LECTURES/SEMINARS

Gales, Tammy (2019). Ideologies of Violence: Threatening language ideologies vs. threatening language realities. Invited seminar speaker for the University of Manchester, UK, annual speaker series.

Gales, Tammy (2019). Netflix and Change?: Forensic linguistics and false confessions in the age of “true crime”. Invited Lecturer for the University of Manchester, UK, speaker series. 

Gales, Tammy (2018). Corpus Tools for Legal Interpretation Demonstration. Invited speaker for Brooklyn Law School, NY.

Solan, Lawrence and Gales, Tammy (2018). Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Legal Interpretation. Invited speaker for Yale University Law School, CT.

 

Gales, Tammy (2018). Threatening Language: An Interactive Presentation. Invited speaker for University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Solan, Lawrence and Gales, Tammy (2018). Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Legal Interpretation & Corpus Tools Demonstration. Invited speaker for St. John’s Law School, Queens, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2017). Forensic Linguistics. Invited speaker for PhD Seminar at John Jay University, New York, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2017). “Put [the cash] in the green trash kan on the devil strip.” Invited speaker for Pace University, New York, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2017). Cross-examination Strategies in Sexual Assault Trials. Invited speaker at Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2016). Forensic Linguistic Profiling: An Examination of Linguistic Evidence in Threat Cases.” Invited speaker for Thinkolio, New York, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2016). “Threatening Stances: The role of authorial stance in forensic linguistics.” Invited speaker for undergraduate Forensic Linguistics course, Borough of Manhattan Community College.

Gales, Tammy (2016). “Consent and Credibility in the Courtroom: An analysis of Power and Evaluative Language in Witness Cross-examinations.” Invited speaker for undergraduate Language and Law course, Yale University.

Gales, Tammy (2016). “The Use of Corpus-based Methods in Forensic Linguistics: Recent Research and Applications.” Invited speaker for International Linguistics Association’s (ILA) Monthly Lecture Series.

Gales, Tammy (2015). “Threatening Stances: A corpus analysis of the forms and functions of grammatical markers of authorial stance.” Invited speaker for the Applied Linguistics Professional Speaker Series, Aston University, Birmingham, UK. 

Gales, Tammy (2015). “Forensic Linguistics: Research and Applications.” Invited speaker for the Linguistics Club Speaker Series, Brooklyn College (CUNY). 

Gales, Tammy (2014). “Forensic Linguistics: Recent Methods and Applications.” Guest Lecturer for graduate course in Forensic Linguistics, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

Gales, Tammy (2013). “The Language of Sexual Assault Trials: A comparative discourse analysis of witness examinations in non-stranger assault crimes.” Guest Lecturer for undergraduate course in Language and Law, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.

Gales, Tammy (2012). “Interpersonal Stancetaking in Threatening Discourse: A Corpus and Discourse Analytic Approach.” Invited speaker for the Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University’s Professional Colloquium Speaker Series.

Gales, Tammy (2012). “Recent Research and Applications of Corpora in Forensic Linguistics.” Guest Lecturer for graduate course in Forensic Linguistics, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

Gales, Tammy (2011). “The Development and Research of Threatening Language Corpora in Forensic Linguistics.” Invited speaker at Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

Gales, Tammy (2011). “Discourse Analysis and Linguistic Field Methods.” Invited lecturer for undergraduate/graduate Anthropological Field Methods course at University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh.

Gales, Tammy (2010). “Interpersonal Stancetaking in Threats: From ideological construction to corpus and discourse analytic findings.” Invited speaker for Linguistic Graduate Group, University of California, Davis’ Professional Colloquium Speaker Series.

Gales, Tammy (2010). “Threat Level High: A Corpus and Discourse Analytic Approach to Stance in Threatening Communications.” Invited speaker for University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh’s Professional Speaker Series.

Gales, Tammy (2010). “A Descriptive Approach to Grammar Teaching: Integrating Corpus and Discourse Analysis into the Language Teaching Classroom.” Invited Lecturer for undergraduate Modern Grammars course at University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh.

Gales, Tammy (2007). “Christianity and Violence: A History of Legal Linguistic Intolerance.” Invited Lecturer for undergraduate-level Survey of Religious Fundamentalism course at University of California, Davis.

Gales, Tammy (2003). “How to Get Published (Trade Books).” Invited Panelist at Southwest Writers’ Conference, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Gales, Tammy (2001). “Professional Career Options in Linguistics and TESOL.” Invited Panelist at Professional Development Seminar, Co-hosted by Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Gales, Tammy (1997). “American Psychological Association (APA): An Instructional Workshop.” Invited Speaker at Professional Development Seminar, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.

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