Dr Simone Bacchini

Simone Bacchini British Library
Subject Librarian: Arts and Humanities
Language and Communication
Simone was awarded a PhD in linguistics by Queen Mary, University on London. He specialises in linguistics. In particular, his interests are sociolinguistics, Systemic Functional Grammar, discourse analysis, and health communication. He is also interested in age and ageing, especially in relation to communication. After organising a conference on the representation of age and ageing at the British Library, he was asked to join the editorial board of Working With Older People (Emerald), a journal of which he is now Editor-in-Chief. At the Library, one of his duties is the uploading of content on age-related issues on the Social Welfare Portal.


Bacchini, S. & Simcock, P. (forthcoming) 'The Silent Minority. Investigating the Lives of Older People Ageing with Deafblindness', in Expressio

For a full list of publications, presentations and other speaking engagements, please see Simone's academia.edu profile.