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Fontaine, Lise 2019. When leaving is a thing: construing Britain's exit from the European Union. In: Carter-Thomas, Shirley and Hamilton, Clive E. eds. Science, Systemic Functional Linguistics and Language Change, Cambridge Scholars Publishing,

Davidse, Kristin, Fontaine, Lise and Taverniers, Miriam 2019. Introduction. Functions of Language 26 (1) , pp. 5-12. 10.1075/fol.18021.fon

Fontaine, Lise and Schonthal, David 2019. The rooms of the house: grammar at group rank. In: Thompson, G., Bowcher, W., Fontaine, L. and Schonthal, D. eds. The Cambridge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Schulz, A. and Fontaine, Lise 2019. The Cardiff Model of functional syntax. In: Thompson, G., Bowcher, W., Fontaine, L. and Schonthal, D. eds. The Cambridge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Fontaine, Lise 2019. A textual perspective on referential metonymy. Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada 70
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Aldridge-Waddon, Michelle and Fontaine, Lise 2019. The role of working memory in typing fluency: a new perspective on writing activity. In: Sullivan, K. and Lindgren, E. eds. Observing Writing: Logging Handwriting and Computer Keystrokes, Leiden: Brill Editions, pp. 285-305.

Aldridge-Waddon, Michelle, Fontaine, Lise, Bowen, Neil and Smith, Tamsin 2018. A new perspective on word association: how keystroke logging informs strength of word association. Word 64 , pp. 218-234. 10.1080/00437956.2018.1535365
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Fontaine, Lise 2018. The noun, grammar and context. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 11 (2-3) 10.1558/lhs.34355
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McArthur, Tom, Lam-McArthur, Jacqueline and Fontaine, Lise, eds. 2018. Oxford companion to the English language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks 2018. Rethinking (context of) culture in systemic functional linguistics. In: Sellami-Baklouti, Akila and Fontaine, Lise eds. Perspectives from Systemic Functional Linguistics, New York and London: Routledge,

Sellami-Baklouti, Akila and Fontaine, Lise Margaret, eds. 2018. Perspectives from systemic functional linguistics. Routledge Studies in Linguistics, London and New York: Routledge.

Fontaine, Lise M. 2017. Lexis as most local context: towards an SFL approach to lexicology. Functional Linguistics 4 (1) , 17. 10.1186/s40554-017-0051-7
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Fontaine, Lise 2017. On prepositions and particles: a case for lexical representation in systemic functional linguistics. Word 63 (2) , pp. 115-135. 10.1080/00437956.2017.1309029
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Fontaine, Lise 2017. The early semantics of the neologism BREXIT: a lexicogrammatical approach. Functional Linguistics 4 , 6. 10.1186/s40554-017-0040-x
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Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2017. Fluid boundaries and the categorization of nominal expressions. In: Neumann, Stella, Wegener, Rebekah, Fest, Jennifer, Niemietz, Paula and Hutzen, Nicole eds. Challenging Boundaries in Linguistics Systemic Functional Perspectives, Aachen British and American Studies, Peter Lang, pp. 19-38. (10.3726/b10693)

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2017. The English Nominal Group: the centrality of the Thing element. In: Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks and O'Grady, Gerard Nigel eds. The Routledge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics, Routledge Handbooks in Linguistics, London: Routledge, pp. 267-283.

Gwilliams, Laura and Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2015. Indeterminacy in process type classification. Functional Linguistics 2 , 8. 10.1186/s40554-015-0021-x
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Fontaine, Lise Margaret and Aldridge-Waddon, Michelle 2015. The impact of mode on writing processes: a cognitive functional perspective on student writing. LyCE Estudios 17 , pp. 9-34.
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Fontaine, Lise Margaret, Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks and O'Grady, Gerard Nigel, eds. 2013. Systemic functional linguistics: Exploring choice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2013. Semantic options and complex functions: A recursive view of choice. In: Fontaine, Lise Margaret, Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks and O'Grady, Gerard Nigel eds. Systemic functional linguistics: exploring choice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 95-114.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2013. Introduction: choice in contemporary systemic functional theory. In: Fontaine, Lise Margaret, Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks and O'Grady, Gerard Nigel eds. Systemic functional linguistics: exploring choice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-14.

O'Grady, Gerard Nigel, Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks and Fontaine, Lise Margaret, eds. 2013. Choice in language: Applications in text analysis. Functional Linguistics, London and Oakville: Equinox.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2012. Analysing English grammar: A systemic-functional introduction. [Analysing English Grammar: A Systemic-Functional Introduction]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2012. Language as social semiotic in Halliday's systemic functional linguistics. SemiotiX XN (7)

Kodratoff, Yves, Azé, Jerome and Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2009. CorTag: A contextual tagging of words within their sentences. In: Prince, Violaine and Roche, Mathieu eds. Information Retrieval in Biomedicine: Natural Language Processing for Knowledge Integration, London: IGI Publishing, pp. 177-189. (10.4018/978-1-60566-274-9.ch010)

Fontaine, Lise 2008. A systemic functional approach to referring expressions: reconsidering postmodification in the nominal group. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2007. The variability of referring expressions: an alternative perspective on the noun phrase in English. In: Coleman, Douglas, Sullivan, William and Lommel, Arle eds. LACUS Forum 33 – Variation., Vol. 34. Houston: LACUS, pp. 159-170.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2006. Une analyse pragmatique des pronoms personnels: etude d’un discours sur la propagande raciste dans une communauté virtuelle. In: Banks, David ed. Aspects Linguistiques Du Texte De Propagande, Paris: L'Harmattan, pp. 113-131.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2006. Where do ‘we’ fit in? Linguistic inclusion and exclusion in a virtual community. In: Bührig, Kristin and ten Thije, Jan D. eds. Beyond Misunderstanding, The Linguistic Reconstruction of Intercultural Communication, Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 319-356.

Franova, Marta, Kodratoff, Yves and Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2005. Une analyse récursive constructive pour la recherche du sens du texte de Spécialité. Fouille de Données Complexes Revue des Nouvelles Technologies de l'Information (RNTI-E-4), Paris: Cépaduès, pp. 253-265.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2005. Napoléon dans ses lettres à Joséphine: quand il la traite de ‘Vous’. In: Banks, David ed. Les Marqueurs Linguistiques de la Presence de L’auteur, Paris: Editions L'Harmattan, pp. 157-183.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2004. Textual challenges in recursive e-mail texts. In: Banks, David ed. Text and Texture: Systemic Functional viewpoints on the nature and structure of text, Harmattan, pp. 301-328.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2003. Diasporic residue in Québec: The use of personal pronouns in online personal reviews of the film, 15 février 1839. Souffles: Les Cahiers du CICLaS 2 (1) , pp. 179-197.

Fontaine, Lise Margaret and Kodratoff, Yves 2002. La notion de 'concept' dans les textes specialises: une etude comparative entre la progression thematique et la texture des concepts. ASp: la revue du G E R A S (Groupe d'Etude et de Recherche en Anglais de Specialité) 37-38 , pp. 59-83. 10.4000/asp.1490

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