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The School of Languages and Cultures has won a Teaching Innovation Grant from UQ’s Institute of Teaching and Learning Innovation to run a two-year project revitalising assessment practices across its eight language programs.


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Recent publications

Aoyama, Tomoko and Fraser, Lucy (2017) Anime Japanese : course reader for JAPN3130 rev. ed. ed. Brisbane: University of Queensland. School of Languages and Cultures.

Charola, Erika & Meakins, Felicity (eds) Yijarni: True Stories from Gurindji Country. Aboriginal Studies Press.

Dasli, M & A. Diaz (eds) (2017) The Critical Turn in Language and intercultural communication pedagogy: Theory, research and practice. Routledge (Adriana is a co-author for 3 of the chapters).

Dieckmann, Cristy & Isolda Rojas-Lizana. 2016. The pragmatics of legal advice services in a community legal centre in Australia: domination or facilitation? International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 23 (2). In press

Esposto, R. (2016) R. Kusch, towards a geoculturally situated poetics (in español) In Tasat, J.A. and Pérez, J.P. (eds) Arte, estética, literature y teatro en Rodolfo Kusch.

Hainge, Greg. (2017) Philippe Grandrieux: sonic cinema. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Haugh, Michael (2016) Complaints and troubles talk about the English language skills of international students in Australian universities. Higher Education Research and Development 35(4): 727-740.

Haugh, Michael (2016) “Just kidding”: Teasing and claims to non-serious intent. In Alexander Brock, Henri de Jongste and Marta Dynel (eds.), Humorous Intent in Interaction, special issue of Journal of Pragmatics 95: 120-136.

Haugh, Michael (2016) The role of English as a scientific metalanguage for research in pragmatics: Reflections on the metapragmatics of “politeness” in Japanese. East Asian Pragmatics 1(1): 39-71.

Haugh, Michael (2016) Mocking and (non-)seriousness in initial interactions amongst American and Australian speakers of English. In Donal Carbaugh (ed.), Handbook of Communication in Cross-Cultural Perspective (pp.104-117), Routledge, London.

Pohlman, Annie (2016) “Sexualised bodies, public mutilation, and torture at the beginning of Indonesia’s New Order regime (1965-1966)’ in Gender Violence in Peace and War: States of Complicity, eds. Victoria Sanford, Katerina Stefatos and Cicilia M. Salvi (Rutgers University Press).

Ramsay, G (2016) Taiwanese stories of dementia. Modern China 1-27.

Rojas-Lizana, Isolda. 2016. Who is asking the questions? Using Co-constructed Interviews in the Study of Perceived Discrimination from a Discourse Analytical Perspective. In Rachael Dwyer, Davis, Ian & elke emerald (Eds.) Narrative research in practice: Stories from the field. Chapter 8. Pp. 159-181. Singapore: Springer.

Round, Erich R., 2016, Kayardild inflectional morphotactics is morphomic, in A. Luis and R. Bermúdez-Otero eds, The morphome debate: Diagnosing and analysing morphomic patterns. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 228–247.

Round, Erich R. and Greville G. Corbett, 2016. The theory of feature systems: One feature versus two for Kayardild tense-aspect-mood, Morphology doi:10.1007/s11525-016-9294-3

Yucel, M & Iwashita, N. (2016).  The IELTS roller coaster: Stories of hope, stress, success, and despair. In Dwyer, I. Davis,  and Emerald, E. Springer (Eds). Narrative research in practice (pp. 209-223). New York; Springer.