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Posted on 31 August 2011 by Lise

iGE: the interactive Grammar of English Available for: iPhone 3 and 4, iPod Touch, iPad UCL has launched an app for iphone, ipad and related products. They describe iGE as […]

Attitudes to Language

Posted on 18 January 2011 by Lise

Garrett, Peter. 2010. Attitudes to Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press One of my colleagues, Professor Peter Garrett recently published a book on attitudes to language. It has been reviewed on […]

Popular Linguistics

Posted on 16 January 2011 by Lise

This new magazine looks great! Popular Linguistics Magazine I've copied the editor's introduction to the magazine here (taken from here): Welcome to the first issue of Popular Linguistics Magazine, everyone! […]


Posted on 30 August 2010 by Lise

the Process Type Database The Process Type Database (PTDB) can be a very useful resource for analysing process types and participant roles. It was developed by Amy Neale and she […]

Some online publications

Posted on 29 July 2010 by Lise

I dug out a few old articles and added them to my website. If you can read French, the paper I did on Napoléon's letters to Joséphine is fun. It […]


Posted on 27 July 2010 by Lise

I follow VisualThesaurus on Twitter and just saw a tweet about their new tool - VocabGrabber. It looks very good! "VocabGrabber analyzes any text you're interested in, generating lists of […]

Cognitive Linguistics

Posted on 9 July 2010 by Lise

3rd UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference Just came back from the UK cognitive linguistics conference. It was my first cognitive linguistics conference. There were many parallel sessions so unfortunately it was […]

Learn Welsh

Posted on 30 June 2010 by Lise

Say Something in Welsh A free online language course for Welsh learners. It looks really good! Here's the link: Say Something in Welsh


Posted on 30 June 2010 by Lise

Voices of the UK - They've gone and put it in the Oxford English Dictionary, innit. This is a nice discussion of i(s)n('t) it and how it is now "included […]

Cardiff Keystroke Project

Posted on 15 June 2010 by Lise

I have been wanting to do research looking at actual keystrokes in spontaneous language production for several years. I was blocked by IT security issues until last year when I […]