Research and Consultation

booksDue to the open and accessible nature of the Language, Text, and Power theme, our research activities are organised in both traditional and innovative ways.

All our activities aim at extending and driving the research agenda of our respective fields of research as well as in trans-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary respects.

If you feel that you have something to contribute or that your own research interests would benefit from establishing a link with us, please do get in touch.

We are particularly keen to support strong, cutting-edge research outputs and to support grant applications under the Language, Text, and Power umbrella.

Disciplinary Research

To find out what Language, Text, and Power-related research activities are happening within the traditional disciplines, please follow the links of the alphabetical list below:

  • Classics

Cross- and transdisciplinary Research

Innovative linguistic research is happening across traditional disciplinary boundaries at Reading. Already now there are a range of high-profile, renowned research projects which are directly related to the activities of the Language, Text, and Power theme:

We aim to build on these strengths and develop further activities in these areas in due course.

Things to do now

Contact us:

Prof. Peter Kruschwitz

  • email
  • +44 (0)118 378 6992

Read about the Language, Text, and Power theme in issue 11 of Reading's Research Review (Winter 2010-2011).

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See also

  • Faculty of Arts and Humanities
  • Department of Classics


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