Showing posts from 2016

#blog48 What happens when a whole cohort of first years write about learning on their module?

ROLLS 30/11: 'Talking to the police about rhubarb' with Dr Frances Rock

Student (and teaching fellow!) Perspectives on ROLLS

Student blog post: The history of ‘cotch’: from Victorians to Grime artists

ROLLS! Seth Mehl talks to us about Light Verb Constructions (LVCs)

Mock politeness and culture: Perceptions and practice in UK and Italian data - Charlotte Taylor's latest article

Vowels like Jagger - "Under my tongue: a longitudinal study of the vowels of Sir Mick Jagger"

Lynne Murphy Discusses Trump and the American Elections in the Media

A Spoken Corpus of Cameroon Pidgin English

When Cinema Borrows from Stage: Theatrical Artifice through Indexical Explicitness in The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover and Dogville

One day symposium on Discourse: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Student bloggers wanted!

ROLLS talk 5th October: Developing a cognitive pragmatic theory of emphasis as showing

Autumn ROLLS schedule 2016 - Hear about our Research on Languages and Linguistics at Sussex

What’s new for 2016-2017?: New faces