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Prof David Adger
I am primarily interested in the human capacity for syntax, the cognitive system that underlines the patterns found in the grammar of human languages. My main areas of expertise include: general linguistics, grammar, meaning, dialects, Scottish Gaelic, language and cognition, regional accents
Prof Jennifer Cheshire
I am interested in sociolinguistics and social dialectology, conversational narrative and the structure of spoken English.
Dr Colleen Cotter
My research examines the relationship of language with society, and how it affects discourse and culture. More specifically, I study language and media, how language influences identity and the use of language in the workplace. Other interests include language in the USA, the ethnography of communication and endangered languages (Irish Gaelic).
Dr Leigh Oakes
I combine my background in linguistics and French culture, researching language and national identity in France and regional variations in French. Other areas of interest include language in the European Union, Québec and Sweden, and the effects of globalisation on language.
Prof Felicity Rash
German-language advertising; the language of advertising; sociolinguistics of German-speaking Switzerland; critical discourse analysis with a special interst in Hitler's Mein Kampf, feminist linguistics; language history; contemporary Swiss literature.