Axel Bohmann wins the Richard M. Hogg Prize
Posted: October 17, 2013
The Department of English congratulates Axel Bohmann, who has been awarded the Richard M. Hogg Prize, which the International Society for the Linguistics of English (ISLE) awards once a year to an outstanding research paper by a junior scholar. Axel's winning piece is entitled "Nobody canna cross it: An interactional perspective on discourse in motion." The paper presents findings from his MA thesis, which he wrote under English Department professors Lars Hinrichs and Ian Hancock (submitted Spring 2012).