Relevance Researchers’ Network
The Relevance Researchers’ Network is a space for those working on or using Relevance Theory to come together and discuss ideas.
We are currently preparing the schedule for Spring 2022! If you would like to lead a session, please get in touch!
Our talks 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.
24th November 2021: Pauline Madella (Bedfordshire): Relevance theory and L2 inferential comprehension: a multimodal approach to pragmatic development in L2 listeners.
15th December 2021: Celebrating One Year of the Relevance Researchers’ Network! Join us to discuss future directions for research in relevance theory, and to let us know what YOU would like the RRN to do next!
Latest from the Blog
Relevance theory and L2 inferential comprehension: A multimodal approach to pragmatic development in L2 listeners. 24th November 2021
Billy Clark and Tony Williams led a fascinating discussion focusing on what pragmatics might contribute to (creative) writing and vice versa.