Studies in Pragmatics series is dedicated to publishing innovative, authoritative monographs and edited collections from all micro-, macro- and meta-pragmatic linguistic perspectives. Rooted in the interdisciplinary spirit of the Journal of Pragmatics, it welcomes not only book proposals from linguistics proper but also pragmatically-oriented proposals from neighboring disciplines such as interactional sociology, language philosophy, communication science, social psychology, cognitive science, and information science. The goal of the series is to provide a widely read and respected international forum for high quality theoretical, analytical, and applied pragmatic studies of all types. By publishing leading edge work on natural language practice, it seeks to extend our growing knowledge of the forms, functions, and foundations of human interaction.
Jacob Mey, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark Laurel Brinton, University of British Columbia, Canada Claudia Caffi, University of Genoa, Italy Alessandro Duranti, University of California at Los Angeles, USA Anita Fetzer, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany Marjorie Goodwin, University of California at Los Angeles, USA Hartmut Haberland, Roskilde University, Denmark William Hanks, University of California, Berkeley, USA Sachiko Ide, Japan Women's University, Japan Kasia Jaszczolt, University of Cambridge, UK Elizabeth Keating, University of Texas at Austin, USA Sotaro Kita, University of Bristol, UK Lorenzo Mondada, University of Lyon 2, France Henning Noelke, Aarhus University, Denmark Etsuko Oishi, Fuji Women's University, Japan Salvador Pons, University of Valencia, Spain Srikant Sarangi, Cardiff University, UK Marina Sbisà, Trieste University, Italy