Routledge Research on New Waves in Pragmatics showcases the latest research from early career scholars in pragmatics, giving voice to pragmatics researchers in the early stages of their career while shining a light on the newest research and lines of inquiry within the field. Produced in conjunction with Routledge as an initiative of the American Pragmatics Association (AMPRA), the series features monographs and edited collections which reflect new developments and the diversity of the field, including but not restricted to such topics as linguistic pragmatics, cognitive pragmatics, philosophical pragmatics, intercultural pragmatics, sociocultural pragmatics, corpus pragmatics, interlanguage pragmatics, interactional pragmatics, and internet pragmatics. The series will highlight theoretical and methodological frameworks and new ways of thinking in and about pragmatics from early career scholars from around the world.
Early-career scholars—scholars who have completed their PhD thesis no more than five years from submission of their proposal—interested in submitting a proposal or manuscript for double-blind review may contact series co-editor Dr. Monika Kirner-Ludwig ([email protected]). While affiliated with AMPRA, the series is not in any way restricted to AMPRA members or conference participants.
International Advisory Board
Patricia Amaral, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
Anne Bezuidenhout, University of South Carolina, USA
Betty Birner, Northern Illinois University, USA
Xiren Chen, Nanjing University, China
Anita Fetzer, Augsburg, Germany
Rachel Giora, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Luisa Granato, Universidad de la Plata, Argentina
Laurence Horn, Yale University, USA
Kasia Jaszczolt, University of Cambridge, UK
Jacques Moeschler, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Ira Noveck, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France
Akin Odenbunmi, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Yongping Ran, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China
Peter Siemund, Hamburg University, Germany
Maite Taboada, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Camilla Vasquez, University of South Florida, USA
Discourse Markers in Second Language French
Fresh Perspectives on Major Issues in Pragmatics
By Alisha Reaves
March 31, 2023
This book provides an in-depth look at pragmatic development by second language learners of French through their production of French discourse markers. It showcases a holistic production-focused approach designed to provide a broad picture of learner discourse marker use in French. The book begins...
By Monika Kirner-Ludwig
August 01, 2022
This book showcases new and innovative developments and approaches in pragmatics, spotlighting perspectives from an international range of emerging scholars undertaking cutting-edge research pushing the field in new directions. The volume begins by taking stock of the most up-to-date developments ...