He offered a glorious insight into the wonders of semiotics.
The extraordinary words that capture the colourful diversity of the English language.
Forget fast cars and fancy clothes – it's language that reveals where you really come from.
Australian's care so much about regional differences in words because it's a reflection on a person's identity.
Language can be used harmfully to construct categories of others. The words we use in describing children with disabilities need to be examined, challenged - and changed.
What's in a name? Many words are arbitrary – there's no reason a dog must be called a dog or a table must be called a table. Why do we tend to assume there's a reason any object has its specific name?