The research group Grammar and Pragmatics (GaP) unites linguists who study of (linguistic) meaning in all its forms. Its members share a keen interest in functional-cognitive grammar, linguistic pragmatics, and the interface between the two (see expertise). In keeping with this strongly usage-based perspective, former and ongoing GaP projects heavily rely on corpus analysis and ethnographic research.
Do you need more information or are you interested in collaboration? Feel free to browse our webpage and contact GaP’s spokesperson Pedro Gras.