AboutI am a linguist, creative and performing arts practitioner, educator, and researcher. I most recently conceptualised and conducted postgraduate research in the functional grammar of stage directions. My undergraduate teaching includes Theoretical Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Vocal Diction, and Academic Writing, with English Language, English Literature, and Communication Studies taught at secondary school. I also have valued experience in tertiary administration and supervision. My research to date has applied corpus methods, sociolinguistic methodologies, discourse analysis, and formal and functional analyses to areas such as World Englishes, academic writing, media representations, legal practice, multimodality, and drama theory.
EducationMA Language Communication Research, Cardiff University
BA Linguistics, University of the West Indies
Work Shared in CORE
Quammie–Wallen, P. (2021). Vague language in Hong Kong English, ‘Something like that’: A comparative corpus investigation into a defining feature of English in Hong Kong. English Today,
37(1), 13-25. Epub 2019/09/12. doi:10.1017/S0266078419000415 Conference Abstracts
Quammie-Wallen, Patrice. (Thurs 5 July, 2018). Discovering the functional architecture of play texts.
28 European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference: Language, Specialised Knowledge, and Literacy. (28ESFLC2018)
Quammie-Wallen, Patrice (Sept 2018). An exploratory experiential survey of the play text. LinC Summer School and Workshop 2018 – SFL and Register & Context
, Aachen, Germany.
ProjectsThe Functional Architecture of Stage Directions
OSF Registration – https://osf.io/z68d9 The Christal Collection
Corpus creation and research analysis of student academic writing to inform teaching practice. The Discursive Patterns of Citizen Engagement
MembershipsSociety for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL)
Global Leadership Interlink (GLI)
British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL)