ISSN 1566-5852, Online ISSN: 1569-9854
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Some remarks on the rhetoric of historical pragmatics
Invoking scalarity: The development of in fact
Schwenter, S.A.; Traugott, E.C.
Development of demo type connectives and na elements: Two extremes of Japanese discourse markers
Is a diachronic speech act theory possible?
Diachronic speech act analysis: Insults from flyting to flaming
Jucker, A.H.; Taavitsainen, I.
Constructing witches and spells: Speech acts and activity types in Early Modern England
Culpeper, J.; Semino, E.
‘But-þat þou louye me, Sertes y dye fore loue of þe’: Towards a typology of opening moves in courtly amorous interaction
Review of “Historische Semantik” by Gerd Fritz