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This issue of Anglophonia is a tribute to the linguist Antoine Culioli whose academic output and commitment to university life have deeply influenced the community of scholars in the field of English linguistics in France.
It was dedicated to the study of subjunctive and coordination in Middle English. Ten years later, he parted from the Sorbonne and took an active part in the creation of the University Paris 7 which is now called University Paris Diderot where he brought into existence the department of Civilisation which later became the Charles V institute.
He supervised research on various languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Greek, African and Slavic languages…, which are still studied today in the department. Today, forty years later, a larger community of linguists, working on various languages are extending the theory, as can be seen, for instance, in the following:. It aims at gathering a collective expression of enunciative studies based on the same epistemological ground, regardless of the variation in the objects of studies markers, discursive genres, phonology, morphosyntax, semantics, lexicology, synchronic or diachronic approaches, didactics, psycholinguistics, etc.
Emphasis in the contributions should be placed on the importance of the enunciative framework applied to any specific grammar point faits de langue , any field of English linguistics, including contrastive linguistics. Both oral and written approaches are welcome.
We also encourage co-writing, corpus-based approaches and multidisciplinary fields involving English. Anglophonia French Journal of English Linguistics. Contents - Previous document - Next document. Call for papers — open. Deadline for sending in the proposals: December 15th Send by e-mail. Top of page. Browse Index Authors Keywords. Follow us RSS feed. Newsletters OpenEdition Newsletter. In collaboration with.
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