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Notes on Contributors Mira Ariel is Professor of Linguistics at Tel Aviv University. Her research focuses on cognitive explanations for language use and grammar ( Accessing Noun Phrase Antecedents , 1990) and on the interface between grammar and pragmatics ( Pragmatics and Grammar , 2008; Defining Pragmatics , 2010). Marta Dynel is Associate Professor in the Department of Pragmatics at the University of Łódź. Her research interests are primarily in pragmatic and cognitive mechanisms of humour, (im)politeness theory, neo-Gricean pragmatics, the pragmatics of interaction, as well as the methodology of research on film discourse. She has published internationally in linguistic journals and volumes, contributing over 50 articles in the space of the past five years. She also authored Humorous Garden-Paths: A Pragmatic-Cognitive Study (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009) and edited The Pragmatics of Humour across Discourse Domains (John Benjamins, 2011) and Developments in Linguistic Humour Theory (John Benjamins, 2013). Patricia Kolaiti obtained her PhD from University College London and is currently Lecturer at New York College, Athens and Associate Researcher with the Balzan project on “Literature as an Object of Knowledge” (based at St John’s College Research Centre, Oxford). Her doctoral project The Limits of Expression: Language, Poetry, Thought was funded by http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Review of Pragmatics Brill

Notes on Contributors

International Review of Pragmatics , Volume 6 (2): 321 – Jan 1, 2014

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Copyright 2014 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands.
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1877-3095
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1877-3109
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10.1163/18773109-00602007
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Abstract

Mira Ariel is Professor of Linguistics at Tel Aviv University. Her research focuses on cognitive explanations for language use and grammar ( Accessing Noun Phrase Antecedents , 1990) and on the interface between grammar and pragmatics ( Pragmatics and Grammar , 2008; Defining Pragmatics , 2010). Marta Dynel is Associate Professor in the Department of Pragmatics at the University of Łódź. Her research interests are primarily in pragmatic and cognitive mechanisms of humour, (im)politeness theory, neo-Gricean pragmatics, the pragmatics of interaction, as well as the methodology of research on film discourse. She has published internationally in linguistic journals and volumes, contributing over 50 articles in the space of the past five years. She also authored Humorous Garden-Paths: A Pragmatic-Cognitive Study (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009) and edited The Pragmatics of Humour across Discourse Domains (John Benjamins, 2011) and Developments in Linguistic Humour Theory (John Benjamins, 2013). Patricia Kolaiti obtained her PhD from University College London and is currently Lecturer at New York College, Athens and Associate Researcher with the Balzan project on “Literature as an Object of Knowledge” (based at St John’s College Research Centre, Oxford). Her doctoral project The Limits of Expression: Language, Poetry, Thought was funded by

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