Anna Ruskan

Anna Ruskan is Assistant at the Department of English Philology at Vilnius University. Her research interests comprise stance, evidentiality, epistemic modality, corpus linguistics, contrastive linguistics, academic discourse and journalistic discourse. She has been involved in international projects related to stance, epistemic modality and evidentiality in English, Lithuanian and other European languages. Author of articles on epistemic qualifications, stance, and contrastive linguistics.

Attitudinal and Epistemic Dimensions of Evaluation: Form, Meaning and Discursive Contexts
The coursebook is designed for senior undergraduate and postgraduate students of linguistics. It focuses on the attitudinal and epistemic dimensions of the category of evaluation. The coursebook comprises two parts, each consisting of two units. Part one introduces the attitudinal dimension of evalu..
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