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Rethinking Being Gricean: New Challenges for Metapragmatics

A new research project funded by a Cambridge Humanities Research Grant is launched in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics.

Rethinking Being Gricean: New Challenges for Metapragmatics is led by Professor Kasia Jaszczolt with Dr Roberto Sileo as Research Associate. The project runs until 31 July 2018.

You can read more about the project and the people here.

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