Professor of Linguistics
School of Arts, Culture and Language
Bangor University, Wales

New Release
Cognitive Discourse Analysis - An Introduction

Publications and citations at a glance: External links
Google Scholar
ORCID
Research Gate
DBLP

EU Project: Enhancing spatial ability to help close the gender gap in STEM
Press release

AHRC Project: Between environmental concerns and compliance: How does media messaging affect motivation and choice between disposable versus reusable facemasks?
UKRI Research Grant
Will mask wearing still be common in Britain after the pandemic is over?

Climate change and social media
8 ways to make your climate change social media posts matter - from a communication expert

Artists and architects: How language reveals our profession
Artists and architects think differently to everyone else - you only have to hear them talk
Press release
BBC Radio Wales Science talk

Intuitive tools for wayfinding
We need to make digital navigation tools more human – here’s how
Interview on BBC Radio 4 Digital Human: Wayfinding

On the US presidential debate
Democratic presidential candidates compete in debate over the climate crisis: some discourse analytic observations

Main Areas
Cognitive Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Discourse Analysis, Communication;
Focus: empirical discourse analysis (CODA) to address cognitive science issues and communication

Postal & visiting address
School of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics,
Room 306 Linguistics, Bangor University, 39 College Road,
Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, UK