11 episodes

CorpusCast is the podcast about corpus linguistics and what it can do for society.

Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

CorpusCast is available on the following platforms:

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CorpusCast is written and hosted by Robbie Love and produced by Sam Cook.

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    • Education

CorpusCast is the podcast about corpus linguistics and what it can do for society.

Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

CorpusCast is available on the following platforms:

YouTube: https://bit.ly/3CbGHvS

Audio – Spotify, Google Podcasts, Podcast Addict, & Podchaser

CorpusCast is written and hosted by Robbie Love and produced by Sam Cook.

    Episode 11 | Ute Römer and Clark D. Cunningham on LEGAL INTERPRETATION

    Episode 11 | Ute Römer and Clark D. Cunningham on LEGAL INTERPRETATION

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

    On this episode, Professor Ute Römer and Professor Clark D. Cunningham (Georgia State University) join Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in legal interpretation.

    Ute Römer is a professor of applied linguistics in the department of applied linguistics and English as a second Llanguage at Georgia State University.

    Professor Clark D. Cunningham is W. Lee Burge chair in law & ethics at the Georgia State University College of Law.

    Ute’s primary research interests and areas in which she has published include corpus linguistics, phraseology, usage-based second language acquisition, academic discourse analysis, and the application of corpora in language learning and teaching.

    She serves on the editorial boards of a number of academic journals (including the International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, Corpora, and English Text Construction) and is General Editor of the book series Studies in Corpus Linguistics (John Benjamins).

    Ute has written and edited several books including “Advances in Corpus-based Research on Academic Writing” (with Viviana Cortes and Eric Friginal) and “Progressives, Patterns, Pedagogy”.

    He is the director of the National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism (NIFTEP), a consortium of ethics centres at six universities, and the co-editor of the International Forum on Teaching Legal Ethics & Professionalism.

    Clark publishes on a variety of topics with an emphasis on interdisciplinary and comparative scholarship. His article in the Iowa Law Review, applying semantics to analyse the ways the meaning of "search" has evolved in U.S. constitutional law, won the national Scholarly Papers Competition sponsored by the Association of American Law Schools.

    Clark previously served as the Convenor of the Steering Committee of the Global Alliance for Justice Education, an international organisation of over 700 law teachers, lawyers, and leaders of non-governmental organisations from more than 50 countries.

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    Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL at Georgia State
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    • 53 min
    Episode 10 | Professor Michaela Mahlberg on LITERARY LINGUISTICS

    Episode 10 | Professor Michaela Mahlberg on LITERARY LINGUISTICS

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

    Professor Michaela Mahlberg (University of Birmingham) joins Dr Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in literary linguistics.

    Michaela’s research views language as a social phenomenon and explores the way in which people use language to understand and shape the world we live in.

    A large part of Michaela’s research focuses on the language of Dickens’s fiction, literary linguistics, and discourse analysis.

    Michaela is Director of the Centre for Corpus Research at the University of Birmingham. CCR supports the use of corpus analysis in research, teaching and learning, with particular focus on the links between psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, literary stylistics and statistics.

    The University of Birmingham has an established tradition in corpus linguistics, with the development of major corpora since the 1970s, including the 17 million word Birmingham Collection of English Text, developed in the 1980s, and the Bank of English, in the 1990s. Under the direction of John Sinclair, Birmingham hosted the Cobuild project, and developed corpus lexicography in the 1980s.

    The CLiC web app, started by Michaela, demonstrates through corpus stylistics how computer-assisted methods can be used to study literary texts and lead to new insights into how readers perceive fictional characters.

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    Aston Centre for Applied Linguistics 👉 https://bit.ly/3xxrJP9

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    • 48 min
    Episode 9 | Professor Tony McEnery on THE CORPUS MOOC

    Episode 9 | Professor Tony McEnery on THE CORPUS MOOC

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

    Professor Tony McEnery (Lancaster University) joins Robbie to discuss the development of the FutureLearn online course Corpus Linguistics: Method, Analysis, Interpretation.

    Tony has published widely on corpus linguistics and is the author of at least 18 books including Corpus Linguistics: Method, Theory and Practice (with Andrew Hardie) and the forthcoming book Fundamental Principles of Corpus Linguistics (with Vaclav Brezina).

    In 2013, Tony founded the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) at Lancaster University, which went on to win a prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for research in 2015.

    Tony is heavily involved in applied corpus research and has worked with a range of partner organizations in the public sector (e.g. the Department of Culture Media and Sport, the Environment Agency and the Home Office) and the private sector (e.g. with British Telecom, IBM, Nokia and Research in Motion).

    Tony was Robbie’s PhD supervisor at Lancaster University, where they worked together on the construction of the spoken component of the British National Corpus 2014.

    The 2022 iteration of the FutureLearn course Corpus Linguistics: Method, Analysis, Interpretation will launch on 19th September. For more information, visit 👉 https://bit.ly/3dPGaqP

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    School of Social Sciences and Humanities 👉 https://bit.ly/3JCRAd1

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    • 57 min
    Episode 8 | Dr Mark McGlashan on RESEARCHING DISCRIMINATION

    Episode 8 | Dr Mark McGlashan on RESEARCHING DISCRIMINATION

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

    Dr Mark McGlashan (Birmingham City University) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research on discrimination in a range of contexts.

    Mark’s research interests predominantly centre on the synthesis and application of methods from Corpus Linguistics and (Critical) Discourse Studies to study social issues relevant to a focus on language and discrimination such as nationalism, racism, sexism, and homophobia.

    Before joining Birmingham City University, Mark worked as Research Fellow at the WMG Cyber Security Centre, University of Warwick and Senior Research Associate at the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS), Lancaster University.

    Mark studied at Lancaster University where he earned his doctorate in Applied Linguistics. His PhD thesis examined representations of same-sex parent families in children’s picturebooks, a rare collection of publications he has widely written and presented on.

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    Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics 👉 https://bit.ly/3sW0zzS

    School of Social Sciences and Humanities 👉 https://bit.ly/3JCRAd1

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    • 48 min
    Episode 7 | Professor Stephanie Evert on COMPUTATIONAL HUMANITIES

    Episode 7 | Professor Stephanie Evert on COMPUTATIONAL HUMANITIES

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

    On this episode, Professor Stephanie Evert (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in computational and digital humanities.

    Stephanie conducts research in the areas of developing tools and methods for corpus linguistics and digital humanities, language technology and corpus-based discourse analysis.

    The Computational Corpus Linguistics Group at FAU carries out foundational methodological research on the quantitative analysis of large text corpora. Their research lies at the intersection of corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, and the digital humanities.

    The algorithms and software tools developed by the group support innovative studies in the digital humanities and social sciences as well as practical applications in language technology. A particular focus lies on understanding cooccurrence phenomena and their application in corpus-based discourse analysis.

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    Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics 👉 https://bit.ly/3sW0zzS

    School of Social Sciences and Humanities 👉 https://bit.ly/3JCRAd1

    Find out more about courses related to this show 👉 https://bit.ly/3pR705k

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    • 58 min
    Episode 6 | Professor Eric Friginal, Dr Malila Prado and Andrew Schneider on AVIATION COMMUNICATION

    Episode 6 | Professor Eric Friginal, Dr Malila Prado and Andrew Schneider on AVIATION COMMUNICATION

    CorpusCast is the podcast about corpus linguistics and what it can do for society.

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he speaks with top researchers in the field to find out more about how corpus linguistics – the study of linguistic patterns in large samples of language – is applied to a diverse range of areas including health, social justice and education.

    On this episode, Professor Eric Friginal (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Dr Malila Prado (Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College) and Andrew Schneider (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University) join Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in communication between airline pilots and air traffic controllers.

    Dr Robbie Love 👉 https://bit.ly/3pSAvUx

    Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics 👉 https://bit.ly/3sW0zzS

    School of Social Sciences and Humanities 👉 https://bit.ly/3JCRAd1

    Find out more about courses related to this show 👉 https://bit.ly/3pR705k

    #TeamAston #CorpusCast

    • 58 min

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