List of John Benjamins publications for which Francisco Alonso-Almeida plays a role.
Impoliteness in women’s specialised writing in seventeenth-century English. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 22:1, pp. 121–1522021.
The notion of impoliteness may not trigger prompt associations with earlier women writing, especially non-fiction, in the pre-scientific period. Evidence drawn from seventeenth-century scientific and technical writings reveals that women make use of impoliteness strategies in order to claim and… read more | Article
Chapter 12. Evaluative that structures in the Corpus of English Life Sciences Texts. “All families and genera”: Exploring the Corpus of English Life Sciences Texts, Moskowich, Isabel, Inés Lareo and Gonzalo Camiña (eds.), pp. 227–2482021.
Chapter 8. Modal verb categories in CHET. Writing History in Late Modern English: Explorations of the Coruña Corpus, Moskowich, Isabel, Begoña Crespo, Luis Puente-Castelo and Leida Maria Monaco (eds.), pp. 150–1652019.
The status of seem in the nineteenth-century Corpus of English Philosophy Texts (CEPhiT). 'The Conditioned and the Unconditioned': Late Modern English texts on philosophy, Moskowich, Isabel, Gonzalo Camiña, Inés Lareo and Begoña Crespo (eds.), pp. 145–1652016.
Legitimising linguistic devices in A Cheering Voice from Upper Canada (1834). Transatlantic Perspectives on Late Modern English, Dossena, Marina (ed.), pp. 135–1512015.
The present study categorises those devices concerning the expression of point of view in A cheering voice from Upper Canada (Colborne 1834). This book gives information about the English colony in Canada that is of value for prospective emigrants. The intention of the writer is to provide a… read more | Article
Stancetaking in seventeenth-century prefaces on obstetrics. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 15:1, pp. 1–352014.
This paper deals with authorial stance in prefatory material of Early Modern English manuals on women’s diseases. Publications on this field from between 1612 and 1699 constitute our corpus of study. Original digitalised texts have been analysed manually to identify and detect structures concerning… read more | Article
10. An analysis of hedging in eighteenth century English astronomy texts. Astronomy ‘playne and simple’: The writing of science between 1700 and 1900, Moskowich, Isabel and Begoña Crespo (eds.), pp. 199–2202012.
The pragmatics of and-conjunctives in Middle English medical recipes: A Relevance Theory description. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 9:2, pp. 171–1992008.
The present paper seeks to explore the multiple meanings of the conjunction and in Middle English medical recipes. The corpus used contains a total number of 6,300 words, mainly from the Middle English Medical Texts compiled by Taavitsainen, Pahta and Mäkinen (2005). The framework of analysis is… read more | Article