Research Output per year
Liz Holt studied Sociology at University of York and followed this with a DPhil in Sociology with the title ‘Figures of Speech: An Exploration of the Use of Idiomatic Phrases in Conversation’. She was appointed to Brunel University in 1990 as a temporary lecturer in Social Sciences and to Huddersfield in 1991.
Liz collaborates with colleagues from York, Leeds and London Universities. She regularly presents at international conferences, such as IPrA and has co-edited a collection of articles on Conversation Analysis for CUP. She has been awarded a University bursary for a research studentship in CA.
She frequently reviews for international journals such as Research on language and Society.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Special issue of East Asian Pragmatics: Conversation analytic studies of language use in interaction (2)Drew, P., Holt, E. & Tanaka, H., 17 Apr 2018, East Asian Pragmatics, 3, 1, p. 1-3 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Editorial
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article