Faculty and staff

A. Neil E.J.A. Bowen


PhD, Language and Communication - Cardiff University, UK
MA, Applied Linguistics (Distinction) - Cardiff University, UK
BA, Language Studies & TEFL (First Class Hons.) - Swansea University, UK
Higher National Diploma Engineering (Distinction) - University of Glamorgan, UK
Cambridge ESOL Level 5 CELTA - Cardiff and Vale College, Cardiff, UK


Aldridge, M., Bowen, N.E.J.A., & Fontaine, L. (in press). The contribution of keystroke logging to our understanding of word association responses.
Bowen, N.E.J.A., & Van Waes, L. (2018). Exploring revisions in academic text: closing the gap between process and product. Reading and Writing, special issue on the academic languages.
Bowen, N.E.J.A. (2018). Unfolding choices in academic writing. Journal of Writing research.
Bowen, N.E.J.A. (2015). Structures and meanings in student revisions. In Conference proceedings of 42nd International Systemic Functional Congress: challenging boundaries. Aachen, Germany: RWTH Aachen University.
Bowen, N.E.J.A. (submitted). The hybridization of discourse and the emergence of context in Question Time.
Bowen, N.E.J.A. (submitted). Regional Dialect Levelling and Patterns of Migration in South East England.
Bowen, N.E.J.A. (submitted) Keywords through time: An exploratory study of word associations across generations.

Research Interests:

Writing processes and products, Systemic Functional Linguistics, genre analysis, text linguistics, discourse analysis, second language acquisition, dialectology, individual differences, psycholinguistics.