• Avvisi
  • Publications

    Articles in journals

    1- Franceschi, D. (forthcoming), More on English aspectual verbs: a lexicographic investigation of start. In: Béjoint, H. & Nuccorini, S. (Eds.) (2020), Textus – English Studies in Italy. Roma: Carocci Editore.

    2-Franceschi, D. (in press), Anglo-Saxon and Latinate synonyms: the case of speed vs. velocity. International Journal of English Linguistics 6(9). Toronto: Canadian Center of Science and Education.

    3-Franceschi, D. (2018), Simulating a lawyer-client interview: the case of Italian EFL University learners, ESP Across Cultures 15: 41-59.

    4-Franceschi, D. (2018), Physician-patient communication: An integrated multimodal approach for teaching medical English, System, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2018.02.011.

    5-Franceschi, D. (2017), Medical English teaching and beyond: A multimodal and integrated approach. Language Value 9: 160-183.

    6-Franceschi, D. (2017), Metonymy and Metaphor in the Construction of Meaning of English Continuative Verbs. In: Baicchi, A. & Bagascheva, A. (Eds.) (2017), Textus – English Studies in Italy 30(1): 63-77. Roma: Carocci Editore.

    7-Franceschi, D. (2014), Licensing and blocking factors in the use of BEGIN verbs: a lexical-constructional and pragmatic analysis, Review of Cognitive Linguistics 12(2): 304-341. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

    8-Franceschi, D. (2014), The Features of Maritime English Discourse, International Journal of English Linguistics 4(2): 78-87. Toronto: Canadian Center of Science and Education.

    9-Franceschi, D. (2013). The cum-construction in present-day English, Italian Journal of Linguistics 25(2): 221-260. Pisa: Pacini Editore.

    10-Franceschi, D. (2010), Where cognitive and structural complexity meet: the use of the Present Perfect by Italian University learners of EFL. In: Bertuccelli Papi M. & Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, F. (Eds.), ‘Cognition and the Brain in Language and Linguistics’, Textus – English Studies in Italy 23(3): 621-646. Genova: Tilgher.

     

    Articles in edited volumes

    1-Franceschi, D. (2017), Medical knowledge dissemination and doctor-patient trust: a multi-modal analysis. In: Salvi, R. & Turnbull, J. (Eds.), The Discursive Construal of Trust in the Dynamics of Knowledge Diffusion (pp. 293-315). Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

    2-Franceschi, D. (2016), A Multimodal Analysis of Discourse in the South-African courtroom: the Oscar Pistorius case. In: Bonsignori, V. & Crawford Camiciottoli, B. (Eds.) (2016), Multimodality across communicative settings, discourse domains and genres (pp. 212-235). Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

    3-Cappelli, G., Franceschi, D., Lorenzetti, M. I. (2015), Insights into the lexicon of vision in domain-specific English. In: Carpi E. (Ed.), Prospettive multilingui e interdisciplinari nel discorso specialistico (pp. 135-161). Pisa: PUP.

    4-Franceschi, D. (2013), The use of compounds in the construction of national stereotypes: the case of Italians. In: Bruti, S. (Ed.), Rassegna Italiana di Linguistica Applicata (pp. 145-162). Roma: Bulzoni.

    5-Franceschi, D. (2012), ‘Languaging’ and the construction of Tuscan identity in Jeff Shapiro’s Renato’s Luck. In: Sandrock, K. & Wright, O. (Eds.), Locating Italy. East and West in British-Italian Transactions (pp. 217-236). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi.

    6-Franceschi, D. (2010), Intransitive syntactic patterns in the English Present Perfect system: a lexical-constructional continuum. In: Caballero, R. & Pinar, M.J. (Eds.), Ways and Modes of Human Communication (pp. 665-674). Cuenca: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha.

    7-Franceschi, D. (2010), The spatial-resultative construction within the English Present Perfect system. In: Marotta, G., Lenci, A., Meini, L. & Rovai, F. (Eds.), Space in Language (pp. 447-459). Pisa: ETS.

    8-Franceschi, D., Bertacca A. (2008), The past and present of the Present Perfect. In: Bertacca, A., Bertuccelli Papi, M. & Bruti, S. (Eds), Threads in the complex fabric of language. Linguistic and literary studies in honour of Lavinia Merlini Barbaresi (pp. 465-488). Pisa: Felici Editore.

    9-Franceschi, D. (2008), The English Present Perfect: variation and change. In: Kermas, S. & Gotti, M. (Eds.), Socially-Conditioned Language Change: Diachronic and Synchronic Insights (pp. 249-269). Lecce: Edizioni del Grifo.

    10-Franceschi, D. (2007). The verb TO SEE and the company it keeps: the case of SEE ABOUT. In Bertuccelli Papi, M., Cappelli, G. & Masi, S. (Eds.), Lexical Complexity: Theoretical Assessment and Translational Perspectives (pp. 221-234). Pisa: Edizioni Plus.

     

    Books

    1-Franceschi, D. (2015), Ingressive and egressive verbs: a cognitive-pragmatic approach to meaning. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

     

    Book reviews

    1-Franceschi, D. (2013), The European English Messenger (Vol. 22.1, Spring 2013): Norman Fairclough, Critical Discourse Analysis (2010), Harlow: Pearson.

    2-Franceschi, D. (2012), The European English Messenger (Vol. 21.1, Spring 2012): Anita Naciscione, Stylistic Use of Phraseological Units in Discourse (2010), Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.

    3-Franceschi, D. (2011), The European English Messenger (Vol. 20.2: 81-83, Autumn 2011): An Laffut and Dirk Van Hulle (eds), English Text Construction, Vol. I, Issue I (2008), Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.

     

     

    Login - © Copyright 2004-2014 - Daniele Franceschi

    This site is powered by WordPress and Supported by Joram.IT