Dr Reshmi Dutta-Flanders
Honorary Research Fellow
English Language & Linguistics
Dr Reshmi Dutta-Flanders has been teaching at the University of Kent since 2003. After receiving her PhD degree in Applied Linguistics, she has contributed to the educational programmes in the Unit of Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (UELT) and at the Centre for English and World Languages (CEWL). Reshmi joined the Department of English Language and Linguistics (ELL) as an Assistant Lecturer in 2010 where she taught Stylistics, World Englishes, Language in the Media and Language and Gender at the Department of English Language Studies (ELS) at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Reshmi’s research interests are in criminal narratives, and in the varieties of English Language. She has published on ‘functional nativeness’ in English news discourse, and on ‘suspense in crime fiction’ based on a linguistics and stylistics approach. Reshmi is currently an Honorary Research Fellow at ELL, and working on her first monograph forthcoming with Palgrave Macmillan: The Language of Suspense in Crime Fiction: A Linguistic Stylistic Approach.back to top
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