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CV de Francis Cornish


Possessing a  PhD in Linguistics (University of Sussex, 1982),  he was Professor of English Linguistics in the Studies of the Anglophone World department at the University of Toulouse II, France. Now retired, he is currently on the editorial board of the journal French Language Studies (CUP), and is a member of the advisory board of the French linguistics on-line journal Discours, as well as of the research unit S’caladis (semantics and discourse) within the research group CLLE-ERSS at Toulouse II.

 

Francis has authored two books on anaphora in English and French within a discourse context (Routledge, 2015, republished from a book originally published by Croom Helm, London in 1986, and Oxford UP, 1999). He has also written extensively on anaphora, deixis, discourse structure, L2 reading, teaching and learning, agreement, information structure, reference, predication and the lexical semantics-syntax interface. In the early 2000s, he initiated a series of psycholinguistic experiments testing native English and French speakers’ processing of object pronouns in real time, the results of which are reported in Cornish et al. (2005) ‘Indirect anaphora in English and French: a crosslinguistic study of pronoun resolution’ (Journal of Memory and Language 52(3)).

 

cornish@univ-tlse2.fr

 


Article dans une revue26 documents

  • Francis Cornish, Anne Salazar Orvig. A critical look at the notion “pro-form” in current work in Linguistics. Evidence from indexical markers, spoken discourse and (French) child language. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2016, 54, pp.58 - 76. 〈halshs-01467867〉
  • Francis Cornish. On the dual nature of the Functional Discourse Grammar model: Context, the language system/language use distinction, and indexical reference in discourse. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2013, 38, pp.83-98. 〈hal-00965257〉
  • Francis Cornish. On the dual nature of the Functional Discourse Grammar model: Context, the language system/language use distinction, and indexical reference in discourse. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2013, 38, pp.83-98. 〈hal-00976976〉
  • Francis Cornish. Micro-syntax, macro-syntax, foregrounding and backgrounding in discourse. When indexicals target discursively subsidiary information. Journal of Belgian Linguistics, 2012, 26, pp.6-34. 〈hal-00976961〉
  • Francis Cornish. Micro-syntax, macro-syntax, foregrounding and backgrounding in discourse....: ...When indexicals target discursively subsidiary information. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, John Benjamins Publishing, 2012, 26, pp.6-34. 〈hal-00965659〉
  • Francis Cornish. 'Strict' anadeixis, discourse deixis and text structuring. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2011, 33 (5), pp.753-767. 〈hal-00966803〉
  • Francis Cornish. 'Strict' anadeixis, discourse deixis and text structuring. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2011, 33 (5), pp.753-767. 〈hal-00976852〉
  • Francis Cornish. Indexicaux, discours et mémoire discursive... : ...Ce que les premiers révèlent du second et de la troisième. Linx : bulletin du Centre de recherches linguistiques de Paris X Nanterre, Nanterre : Centre de recherches linguistiques de Paris 10, 2010, 62-63, pp. 111-133. 〈hal-00961149〉
  • Francis Cornish. Indexicaux, discours, et mémoire discursive. Ce que les premiers révèlent du second et de la troisième. Linx : bulletin du Centre de recherches linguistiques de Paris X Nanterre, Nanterre : Centre de recherches linguistiques de Paris 10, 2010, 62-63, pp.111-133. 〈hal-00976606〉
  • Francis Cornish. Anaphora: Text-based or discourse-dependent? Functionalist vs. formalist accounts. Functions of Language, John Benjamins Publishing, 2010, 17 (2), pp.207-241. 〈hal-00976574〉
  • Francis Cornish. Anaphora: Text-based or discourse-dependent? Functionalist vs. formalist accounts. Functions of Language, John Benjamins Publishing, 2010, 17 (2), pp.207-241. 〈10.1075/fol.17.2.03cor〉. 〈hal-00966398〉
  • Francis Cornish. Présentation du numéro thématique 19.2 du Journal of French Language Studies: "Relations de cohérence et fonctionnement des anaphores". French Language Studies, 2009, pp.151-157. 〈hal-00975769〉
  • Francis Cornish. Text* and *discourse* as *context*: Discourse anaphora and the FDG Contextual component. Working Papers in Functional Discourse Grammar: The London Papers I, 2009, 1, pp.97-115. 〈hal-00975781〉
  • Francis Cornish. Inter-sentential anaphora and coherence relations in discourse: A perfect match. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2009, 31 (5), pp.572-592. 〈hal-00975732〉
  • Francis Cornish. Inter-sentential anaphora and coherence relations in discourse: a perfect match. Language Sciences, Elsevier, 2009, 31 (5), pp.572-592. 〈hal-00966791〉
  • Francis Cornish. Le rôle des anaphores dans la mise en place des relations de cohérence dans le discours: l'hypothèse de J.R. Hobbs. Journal of French Language Studies, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2009, 19 (2), pp.159-181. 〈10.1017/S0959269509003731〉. 〈hal-00967873〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Text" and "discourse" as "context": Discourse anaphora and the FDG Contextual component. Working Papers in Functional Discourse Grammar (WP-FDG-82): The London Papers I, 2009, 2009, 1 (1), pp. 97-115. 〈hal-00961139〉
  • Francis Cornish. How indexicals function in texts: Discourse, text, and one neo-Gricean account of indexical reference. Journal of Pragmatics, Elsevier, 2008, 40 (6), pp.997-1018. 〈hal-00967884〉
  • Francis Cornish. Le rôle des anaphores dans la mise en place des relations de cohérence: L'hypothèse de J.R. Hobbs. Journal of French Language Studies, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2008, 19 (2), pp.159-181. 〈hal-00975772〉
  • Francis Cornish. Compléments nuls vs. pronoms objets manifestes en anglais en tant qu'anaphoriques : syntaxe, sémantique ou pragmatique ?. Cahiers de Grammaire, Equipe de Recherche en Syntaxe et Sémantique (ERSS), 2006, 30, pp.89-101. 〈hal-00967336〉
  • Francis Cornish. Relations de cohérence en discours... : ...Critères de reconnaissance, caractérisation et articulation cohésion-cohérence.. CORELA - COgniton, REprésentation, LAngage, CERLICO-Cercle Linguistique du Centre et de l'Ouest (France), 2006, Numéro spécial, Revue en ligne (p. non numérotées). 〈hal-00963618〉
  • Francis Cornish. 'Downstream' effects on the predicate in a Functional Grammar clause derivation. Journal of Linguistics, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2002, 38 (2), pp.247-278. 〈hal-00965265〉
  • Francis Cornish. Anaphora: lexico-textual structure, or means for utterance integration within a discourse? A critique of the Functional Grammar account. Linguistics, De Gruyter, 2002, 40 (3), pp.469-493. 〈hal-00967224〉
  • Francis Cornish. L'inversion "locative" en français, italien et anglais... : ...propriétés syntaxiques, sémantiques et discursives. Cahiers de Grammaire, Equipe de Recherche en Syntaxe et Sémantique (ERSS), 2001, 26, pp.101-123. 〈hal-00966827〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Modal" 'that' as determiner and pronoun: the primacy of the cognitive-interactional dimension. English Language and Linguistics, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2001, 5 (2), pp.297-315. 〈hal-00952098〉
  • Francis Cornish. L'ACCESSIBILITÉ COGNITIVE DES RÉFÉRENTS, LE CENTRAGE D'ATTENTION, ET LA STRUCTURATION DU DISCOURS : UNE VUE D'ENSEMBLE. Verbum, Akadémiai Kiadó, 2000, 22 (1), pp.7-30. 〈hal-00966837〉

Communication dans un congrès12 documents

  • Francis Cornish. "Référence indexicale et structuration du discours: Incidences du choix de "procédure indexicale", de la/des relation(s) de cohérence invoquée(s), et de l'aspectualité". "Sens dessus dessous: niveaux et domaines de réalisation du sens", Apr 2013, Toulouse, France. 〈hal-00976970〉
  • Francis Cornish. Référence indexicale et structuration du discours : incidences du choix de " procédure indexicale ", de la/des relation(s) de cohérence invoquée(s), et de l'aspectualité. Symposium S'caladis " Sens dessus-dessous : niveaux et domaines de réalisation du sens ", Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, Apr 2013, Toulouse, France. 〈hal-00961827〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Indexicals and context: How context constrains and is changed by the use of certain indexical referring procedures (deixis, "anadeixis" and anaphora)". Séminaire de recherche: "Filología Inglesa 1", Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Jun 2013, Madrid, Spain. 〈hal-00977655〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Indexicals and context: Context-bound prerequisite(s), ongoing processing and aftermaths of the discourse referring act". "Nouvelles perspectives sur l'anaphore: Points de vue linguistique, psycholinguistique et interactionnel", Apr 2012, Neuchâtel, Switzerland. 〈hal-00976947〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Indexicaux et interruptions/digressions: Articulation du discours et reprise en boucle". "Variations Linguistiques", Apr 2012, Oujda, Maroc. 〈hal-00976955〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Indexical reference within a discourse context: Anaphora, deixis, 'anadeixis' and ellipsis". (Journée d'Etude) "L'ellipse et l'anaphore", Nov 2011, Paris, France. 〈hal-00976913〉
  • Francis Cornish. "Indexicals and the act of referring: How context constrains and is modified via deictic, anadeictic and anaphoric references". I. Hendrickx, S.L. Devi, A. Branco & R. Mitkov. 8th International Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor Resolution Colloquium, Oct 2011, Faro, Portugal. Edições Colibri, pp.39-51, 2011. 〈hal-00976905〉
  • Francis Cornish. (Avec L. Buscail) "When text creates its own context: Personal and demonstrative pronouns, accenting and contrast in English". "Meaning and Context", Apr 2011, Bristol, United Kingdom. 〈hal-00976878〉
  • Francis Cornish. Indexical reference within a discourse context: Anaphora, deixis, "anadeixis" and ellipsis. Indexical reference within a discourse context, Oct 2011, Paris, France. 〈hal-00963842〉
  • Francis Cornish. (Avec C. Le Bellec) "What agreement can do for FDG: French morpho-syntax, discourse and the Contextual and Conceptual components". 1st international Conference of Functional Discourse Grammar, Jun 2010, Lisbonne, Portugal. 〈hal-00976590〉
  • Francis Cornish. Indexicaux, discours, et mémoire discursive: Ce que les premiers révèlent du second et de la troisième. "Entre syntzxe et discours", Nov 2010, Neuchâtel, Suisse. 〈hal-00976595〉
  • Christel Le Bellec, Francis Cornish. What agreement can do for FDG: French morpho-syntax, discourse and the Contextual and Conceptual components. 1st International Conference on Functional Discourse Grammar, Jun 2010, Lisbonne, Portugal. 2010. 〈hal-00775945〉

Chapitre d'ouvrage10 documents

  • Francis Cornish. Indexicals and context: Context-bound prerequisite(s), ongoing processing and aftermaths of the discourse referring act. M-J. Béguelin & M. Fossard. Nouvelles perspectives sur l'anaphore: points de vue linguistique, psycholinguistique et acquisitionnel, Peter Lang, pp.5-33, 2014, Sciences pour la Communication. 〈hal-00977083〉
  • Francis Cornish. Agreement as a perspectivizing device in discourse. The view from French. M.A. Gómez-González, F. J. Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez et F. Gonzálvez-García. Theory and Practice in Functional Cognitive Space, John Benjamins, pp.177-201, 2014, Studies in Functional and Structural Linguistics (SFSL). 〈hal-00977044〉
  • Francis Cornish. Prédication, focalité, topicalité et énoncés thétiques: Une description GFD. M. Jadir. Fonctionnalisme et Description Linguistique, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, Université Hassan II-Mohammedia, Maroc, pp.137-162, 2011. 〈hal-00976926〉
  • Francis Cornish. Implicit internal arguments, event structure, predication and anaphoric reference. N. Hedberg & R. Zacharski. The Grammar-Pragmatics Interface. Essays in honor of Jeanette K. Gundel, John Benjamins, pp.189-216, 2007. 〈hal-00967905〉
  • Francis Cornish. Discourse Anaphora. Keith Brown. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2e édition),, Elsevier Ltd. (Oxford, RU), pp. 631-638, 2006. 〈hal-00963663〉
  • Francis Cornish. Understanding spoken discourse. Elsevier Ltd. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd edition), vol 13, Elsevier Ltd., pp.227-230, 2006. 〈hal-00952132〉
  • Francis Cornish. Null complements, event structure, predication and anaphora: A Functional Discourse Grammar account. J.L. Mackenzie & M.A. Gomez Gonzalez. Studies in Functional Discourse Grammar, Peter Lang, pp.29-56, 2005, 3-03910-696-1. 〈hal-00967309〉
  • Francis Cornish. A cross-linguistic study of so-called "locative inversion"...: ...Evidence for the Functional Discourse Grammar model. C. de Groot & K. Hengeveld. Morphosyntactic Expression in Functional Grammar, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.163-202, 2005, 3-11-018365-X. 〈hal-00967184〉
  • Francis Cornish. Degrees of indirectness: Two types of implicit referents and their retrieval via unaccented pronouns. A. Branco, T. McEnery & R. Mitkov. Anaphora Processing: Linguistic, cognitive and computational modelling, John Benjamins, pp.199-220, 2005. 〈hal-00967378〉
  • Francis Cornish. 'Focus of attention' in discourse. J.L. Mackenzie & M.A. Gomez-Gonzalez. A New Architecture for Functional Grammar, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.117-150, 2004, Functional Grammar Series 24, 3-11-017356-5. 〈hal-00967212〉

Direction d'ouvrage, Proceedings, Dossier1 document

  • Francis Cornish. Relations de cohérence et fonctionnement des anaphores. Cambridge University Press, pp.290, 2009. 〈hal-00975760〉

Autre publication1 document

  • Francis Cornish. Compte-rendu de "Sciences du texte et analyse de discours. Enjeux d'une interdisciplinarité", dir. J-M. Adam et U. Heidemann (Slatkine Érudition, 2005). Compte-rendu d'un recueil d'articles, dans le Journal of French Language Studies 20(2). 2010, pp.213-216. 〈hal-00976582〉

Pré-publication, Document de travail1 document

  • Francis Cornish. Indexicality by degrees: Deixis, "anadeixis", and (discourse) anaphora. Texte d'une présentation (non publié) lors du Symposium "Quel sens pour la linguistique?" organisé dans le cadre de l'octroi d'un doctorat honoris causa au Professeur Sir John Lyons par l'Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, 23-24 avril 2009. 2009. 〈hal-00960772〉