academic

Selected entries from my Academia.edu (needs updating, no longer at QMUL but teaching a few modules at University of Reading) / ResearchGate.

R e s e a r c h . a n d . s c h o l a r s h i p

2018. “Linguistic modes.” In Daniel Perrin and Colleen Cotter, eds., Routledge Handbook of Language and Media. Abingdon: Routledge.

2018. Co-authored with Colleen Cotter. “Sociolinguistic and discourse approaches.” In Daniel Perrin and Colleen Cotter, eds., Routledge Handbook of Language and Media. Abingdon: Routledge.

2005. Given and News: Media Discourse and the Construction of Community
on National Days.
[PhD monograph]. Pragmatics, Ideology & Contacts Monographs 4. University of Helsinki.

2005. Given and News: evaluation in newspaper stories about national anniversaries. TEXT (now Text & Talk) 25:5, special 25th anniversary issue Celebrating Anniversaries: Marking Accomplishments Over Time, edited by Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz. 691-718.

2003. When news isn’t news: the case of national holidays. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4:1. 75-102.

2000. Reading the newsmakers: ideologies, norms, and tribal customs of journalism. RASK, the Odense University international journal of language and communication, April, 75-89; previously appeared in Pragmatics, Ideology and Contacts Bulletin 5 (ed. Diana ben-Aaron). 28-40.

B o o k . r e v i e w s

2018. Review of Fetzer, Anita, Weizman, Elda, and Berlin, Lawrence N., The dynamics of political discourse: forms and functions of follow-ups. Journal of Language and Politics 17:3. 450-452.

2003. Review of Friedrich Ungerer, ed., English Media Texts: Past and Present.Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4:1. 149-153.

I m p a c t

2017. “Employability guide for BA Hons English students (who do not want to become teachers or not yet).” Written for Professional Writing Practice students at University of Suffolk.

2018. “News language,” “News literacy (including ‘fake news’).” Teaching modules originally written for QMUL Department of Linguistics English Language Teaching Resources.

2015. “Academic communication.”  Teaching unit written for the TEMPUS IV programme.