Teaching Associate, Linguistics and Professional Communication, Faculty of Arts
Dimitra is a LiPP teaching associate and a business consultant. She currently conducts research on misogyny and online abuse. She has previously published on cross-linguistic and cross-disciplinary studies of academic discourse, and the politics of academic knowledge production. She holds a PhD in Linguistics from Lancaster University and she was previously a lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London, convening and teaching on a number of modules in the areas of language and media, sociolinguistics, professional communication and academic writing. Dimitra has extensive experience in course design and development. Her current research interests include digital discourse as a site of social engagement, impoliteness and conflict, language and gender and identity construction in professional contexts.
BA, MA, PhD (Lancaster University) in Linguistics
Areas of expertise:
discourse analysis; sociolinguistics; pragmatics; im/politeness; (digital) media discourse; academic/ professional communication; language and gender in digital contexts
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