Linguistics in Cardiff (LinC)
The network provides a forum and resource for linguistics research.
The Research Network for Linguistics in Cardiff (LinC) was created in 2009 to provide a forum and resource for linguistics research at Cardiff University and in particular for researchers interested in Systemic Functional Linguistics.
The LinC network holds regular meetings which provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas with respect to our individual and joint research projects. They also offer support in developing and furthering our understanding of Systemic Functional Linguistics.
Information about these events are listed on our blog.
We have a number of vacancies for new PhD students interested in working in the areas of Systemic Functional linguistics, Phonology and Intonation, Corpus Linguistics, and Cognitive Linguistics.
Each member of staff within the Centre for Language and Communication Research, which is the home of LinC, has his or her own areas of interest and speciality.
Explore our postgraduate research pages for more information.
If you work within an SFL framework and you would like to visit us, please see our Visiting Scholars Programme.
For scholars from China, please see LINC Network
- Bartlett, T. A. M. 2018. Positive discourse analysis. In: Flowerdew, J. and Richardson, J. E. eds. The Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies. Routledge. , pp.133-147.
- Fontaine, L. M. 2017. Lexis as most local context: towards an SFL approach to lexicology. Functional Linguistics 4 (1) 17. (10.1186/s40554-017-0051-7)
- Bartlett, T. A. M. and O'Grady, G. N. eds. 2017. The Routledge handbook of systemic functional linguistics. Routledge Handbooks in Linguistics London and New York: Routledge.
- O'Grady, G. N. 2017. Theme and prosody: redundancy or meaning making?. English Text Construction 10 (2), pp.274-297. (10.1075/etc.10.2.05ogr)
- Bartlett, T. A. M. 2016. Phasal dynamism and the unfolding of meaning as text. English Text Construction 9 (1), pp.143-164. (10.1075/etc.9.1.08bar)
- O'Grady, G. N. 2016. Given/New: what do the terms refer to? A first (small) step [in press]. English Text Construction 9 (1), pp.9-32. (10.1075/etc.9.1.02ogr)
- Gwilliams, L. and Fontaine, L. M. 2015. Indeterminacy in process type classification. Functional Linguistics 2 8. (10.1186/s40554-015-0021-x)
- Fontaine, L. M. , Bartlett, T. A. M. and O'Grady, G. N. eds. 2013. Systemic functional linguistics: Exploring choice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- O'Grady, G. N. , Bartlett, T. A. M. and Fontaine, L. M. eds. 2013. Choice in language: Applications in text analysis. Functional Linguistics London and Oakville: Equinox.
- Fontaine, L. M. 2012. Analysing English grammar: A systemic-functional introduction. [Analysing English Grammar: A Systemic-Functional Introduction]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- O'Grady, G. N. 2011. The unfolded imagining of Ségolène Royal. Journal of Pragmatics 43 (10), pp.2489-2500. (10.1016/j.pragma.2011.02.007)
- O'Grady, G. N. 2010. A grammar of spoken English discourse: The intonation of increments. Bloomsbury Studies in Theoretical Linguistics London: Continuum.
In addition to our informal regular meetings, we organise events such as the European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop and the LinC Summer School and Workshop.
More information on our summer schools are available on our blog