Adrian Pablé joined the School of English in August 2009. He is a Roy Harris scholar and an integrational linguist, with an interest in the history of linguistics and ideologies of language. He is the Secretary of the International Association for the Integrational Study of Language and Communication (IAISLC) and series editor of the Routledge Advances in Communication and Linguistic Theory.
Adrian Pablé welcomes Ph.D. and M.Phil. projects in integrational linguistics.
|ENGL1058/ LCOM1003||Theorizing communication|
|ENGL2112||An introduction to the history of English|
|ENGL2140||Ideologies of language past and present|
|ENGL3041B||Senior colloquium in English studies (capstone experience) Sub-group B: The ‘posthumanist turn’ in linguistics: The end of Western anthropocentrism?|