Novedad: Continuing discourse on language

Publicado: 18 abril, 2008 en libros, publicaciones
Etiquetas:,

El pasado noviembre, la editorial británica Equinox publicó una impresionante compilación en dos volúmenes de artículos que repasan los aportes de la Lingüística Sistémico-Funcional al estudio del lenguaje en uso: Continuing discourse on language. A functional perspective (editado por J. Webster, R. Hasan y C. Matthiessen). Los artículos están escritos por varios de los máximos exponentes de esta corriente. El precio es de 120 dólares en tapa blanda, 1024 páginas.

Menciono de paso que la editorial Equinox está publicando numerosos libros dentro deJim Martinl marco de la LSF, como las obras completas de Hasan, el reciente Genre relations: mapping culture, de J. Martin (en la foto) y D. Rose, o el Invitation to Systemic Functional Linguistics through the Cardiff Grammar (3ra edición), donde R. Fawcett expone la gramática sistémico-funcional de la Escuela de Cardiff.

 

El índice de Continuing discourse on language es el siguiente:

Part One: The Beginnings
1. M.A.K. Halliday: The Early Years 1925-70 (Jonathan Webster, City University of Hong Kong)
2. The Development of Systemic-Functional Linguistics in China (Huang Guowen, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China)
3. SFL: A Working Model of Language (Christian Matthiessen, Macquarie University, and Ruqaiya Hasan)

Part Two: Around Language
4. Language and Society (Ruqaiya Hasan)
5. Method and Imagination in Halliday’s Science of Linguistics (David Butt, University of Sydney)
6. Topics in Multimodality (Radan Martinec)
7. Interpersonal Gateway to Meaning and Mind (Paul Thibault, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia)

Part Three: With Language
8. What People Do to Know (Astika Kappagoda, University of Wollongong)
9. Developing Dimensions of an Educational Linguistics (Frances Christie, University of Sydney and Len Unsworth, University of New England, Australia)
10. Designing Literacy Pedagogy (J.R. Martin and David Rose)
11. Grammatics in Schools (Geoff Williams, University of Sydney)
12. SFL in Text Based Web-Enhanced Language Study (Carol Taylor Torsello and Anthony Baldry, both Università di Padova)
13. SFL in Computational Contexts (Mick O’Donnell and John Bateman, University of Bremen)
14. Acquired Language Disorders Perspective (Elizabeth Armstrong, Macquarie University, Alison Ferguson, University of Newcastle, Australia, Lynne Mortensen, Macquarie University and Leanne Togher, University of Sydney)
15. SFL and the Study of Literature (Jonathan Webster and Annabelle Lukin)
16. Semantic Variation (Geoff Williams)
17. Halliday and Translation Theory(Erich Steiner, Universität des Saarlandes)

Part Four: Inside Language
18. The ‘Architecture’ of LanguageAccording to Systemic Functional Theory (Christian Matthiessen)
19. From Microfunction to Metaphor (Clare Painter, University of New South Wales, Beverley Derewianka, University of Wollongong, and Jane Torr, Macquarie University)
20. The Work of Concepts (David Butt and Rebekah Wegener, Macquarie University)
21. Field in Multimodal Texts (Wendy Bowcher, Tokyo Gakugei University)
22. Models of Discourse (Carmel Cloran, University of Wollangong, Virginia Stuart-Smith and Lynne Young, Carleton University)
23. Unfolding Theme (Geoff Thompson, University of Liverpool)
24. Semantic Networks (Ruqaiya Hasan, Carmel Cloran, Geoff Williams, University of Sydney, and Annabelle Lukin, Macquarie University)
25. Invoking Attitude (J.R. Martin, University of Sydney, and Susan Hood, University of Technology, Sydney)
26. Sydney SFL Grammar (Christian Matthiessen)
27. A Systemic-Functional Approach to the Typology of MOOD Process (Kazuhiro Teruya, Ernest Akerejola, Macquarie University, Alice Caffarel, University of Sydney, Julia Lavid, Universidade Computense, Christian Matthiessen, Uwe Helm Petersen, Odense Universitet, Flemming Smedegaard, Odense Universitet, Thomas Hestbaek Andersen, Odense Universitet, and Pattama Patpong, Macquarie University)
28. Auxiliary Extensions (Robin Fawcett, Cardiff University)
29. Between Lexis and Grammar (Gordon Tucker, Cardiff University)
30. Intonation in Systemic Functional Linguistics (William Greaves, York University, Canada)

Anuncios

Responder

Introduce tus datos o haz clic en un icono para iniciar sesión:

Logo de WordPress.com

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de WordPress.com. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Imagen de Twitter

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Twitter. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Foto de Facebook

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Facebook. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Google+ photo

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Google+. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Conectando a %s