Relevance Researchers’ Network
The Relevance Researchers’ Network is a space for those working on or using Relevance Theory to come together and discuss ideas.
A sub-group of the network focuses on the learning and teaching of pragmatics and relevance theory.
Relevance Researchers’ Network Conference 2022
We are excited to announce arrangements for our first Relevance Researchers’ Network Conference! This free event will take place on the 7th October 2022, and will an online event open to all!
See the Call for Papers for details of how to be a part of this event!
Other Upcoming Events
Our regular sessions take place on the last Wednesday of the month at 17:30 (UK and Ireland time) via Zoom. Links will be posted via the Relevance mailing list and via our Facebook group.
If you would like to lead a session, please get in touch. You can present your own work or lead discussion an article or chapter of your choice.
May 2022: No meeting this month to avoid a clash with EPICS X conference.
29th of June: Stephen Jones. University of North Dakota. Classifier constructions as procedural referring expressions in American Sign Language (click for abstract).
Latest from the Blog
Abstract Angélica’s references/slides are attached below as requested by several participants.