• United Kingdom

    Accepting PhD Students

    PhD projects

    I would be very happy to talk to prospective doctoral reserachers interested in any of the following areas: Literary linguistics: stylistic applications of Text World Theory and Cognitive Grammar to literary discourse; cognitive poetics; pedagogical stylistics; stylistics of poetry; stylistics of children’s literature; First World War literature. Language and literature in education: applied cognitive linguistics; studying fiction; discourses about English in educational settings; integrating language and literature; reader response theories and education.

    20102020

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