Blog Archives

Being critical: Elements of Critical Theory in the work of critical discourse analysts

Adorno thumbs down

Diego Romeo University of Edinburgh The constellation of linguistic research broadly labelled as Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) can hardly be understood as the homogeneous product of a monolithic theory or methodology. The variety of approaches employed by critical discourse analysts

Tagged with: ,
Posted in Article, Linguistics

Diversity, linguistics and domination: how linguistic theory can feed a kind of politics most linguists would oppose

Nick Riemer University of Sydney & HTL, Université Paris-Diderot What connections might linguists’ professional activities have to politics? Most recently, the question has been posed by the collective self-dismissal of the Lingua board and the journal’s metamorphosis into the open-access

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Article, Linguistics