Mr Gregory Flannery

BA (Hons) Macquarie; PhD Candidate (APA Scholarship holder) Macquarie
Associate Lecturer, Speech Pathology

C43S - S Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone (02) 9036 7382

Biographical details

Greg Flannery graduated from Macquarie University with First Class Honours in Linguistics in 2005. He is currently in the final stages of writing his PhD thesis in Linguistics at Macquarie University. His thesis is a comparative diachronic study of the use of person reference terms in the Indonesian and English languages. He has been lecturing and tutoring in linguistics at Macquarie and Sydney Universities throughout his PhD candidature at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Research interests

  • ​Anthropological Linguistics
  • Historical Linguistics
  • Language Policy and Planning
  • Pragmatics

Teaching and supervision

  • Clinical Linguistics
  • Human Communications

Awards and honours

  • Tony Palma Philosophy Prize 1997 (Macquarie University)
  • University Medal for Sociolinguistics 2005 (Macquarie University)

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Flannery, G. (2007). Language Planning and the Linguistic Construction of Social Identity in Indonesia. School of Languages Postgraduate Research Papers on Language and Literature, 6, 87-97.

Conferences

  • Flannery, G. (2009). Open and closed systems of self-reference and addressee-reference in Indonesian and English: A broad typological distinction. 2009 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, Melbourne: Australian Linguistic Society.

2009

  • Flannery, G. (2009). Open and closed systems of self-reference and addressee-reference in Indonesian and English: A broad typological distinction. 2009 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, Melbourne: Australian Linguistic Society.

2007

  • Flannery, G. (2007). Language Planning and the Linguistic Construction of Social Identity in Indonesia. School of Languages Postgraduate Research Papers on Language and Literature, 6, 87-97.

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