Networks are a dynamic and fluid form of research organisation for developing collaborative and interdisciplinary projects. The School has taken the lead in, or is an active member of, a number of research networks, involving researchers in other Schools and Institutions both in the UK and internationally, two or which have received AHRC funding.
This international and interdisciplinary network was established with funding from the Arts and Humanities Council of Great Britain
The Research Network for Linguistics in Cardiff (LinC)
The Research Network for Linguistics in Cardiff (LinC) was created in 2009 to provide a forum and resource for linguistics research and in particular for esearchers interested in Systemic Functional Linguistics.
Crime Narratives in Context (CNIC)
Launched in November 2006, this multidisciplinary research network brings together a range of scholars whose research interests relate to the production, transmission and interpretation of crime narratives.
Philosophy of Mind: Embedded, Extended, Enactive and Embodied
This research network is a collaborative project which was originally set up in 2005/6 between Cardiff University and the University of Hull to develop an international research network in the philosophy of mind with a distinctive focus on accounts of the mind as embedded, embodied, enactive, and extended.
The Formulaic Language Research Network (FLaRN)
FLaRN is a loose association of professional and student academic researchers which exists to co-ordinate research work in the field of formulaic language, to share ideas and resources, and to create a sense of community between researchers who are not necessarily in geographical proximity. It also acts as a focus for Cardiff students researching formulaic language.