28 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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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 28 | Professor Mike McCarthy on English Language Teaching

    Episode 28 | Professor Mike McCarthy on English Language Teaching

    Welcome to CorpusCast, the podcast from Aston University exploring corpus linguistics and its impact on society.

    Join Dr Robbie Love as he delves into the world of English language teaching (ELT) in today's episode.

    Robbie's guest Mike McCarthy, emeritus professor of applied linguistics at the University of Nottingham.

    With a career spanning nearly six decades, including over 30 years applying corpus linguistics to the study and teaching of English, Professor McCarthy brings unparalleled expertise to the discussion.

    Having authored 58 books and 120 academic papers on ELT and language research, especially for second and foreign language learners, his insights are invaluable.

    Tune in as they explore the nuances and evolution of ELT, backed by decades of experience and ground-breaking research.

    Dr Robbie Love
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    Professor Mike McCarthy
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    Aston Centre for Applied Linguistics
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    School of Social Sciences and Humanities
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    Find out more about courses related to this show
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    #teamaston


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    Episode 27 | Professor Gerlinde Mautner on Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (CADs)

    Episode 27 | Professor Gerlinde Mautner on Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (CADs)

    🎙️ Welcome to CorpusCast! 🎙️



    In this episode, join Dr Robbie Love as he delves into the fascinating world of corpus linguistics and its impact on society. Explore how linguistic patterns in large language samples are applied across diverse contexts, including education, health and technology.



    🔍 Today’s Topic: Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (CADs)



    CADs combines corpus linguistics and discourse analysis, often emphasising critical discourse analysis. Our guest has harnessed these approaches to address social justice, discrimination, political discourse and more.



    Professor Gerlinde Mautner (WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)) has been researching CADs since 1995. Her work bridges language and society, with a specific focus on language in business.



    We’ll dive into methodological questions, interdisciplinary cooperation and Gerlinde's latest book, Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies, co-authored with Matthew Gillings and our very first guest on CorpusCast, Paul Baker.



    Discover the synergy between corpus linguistics and discourse analysis and explore the opportunities and challenges of interdisciplinary research.



    🎧 Tune in to this episode of CorpusCast and gain fresh insights into the power of language!



    🔗 Listen to more episodes wherever you get your podcasts. New episodes drop every first Wednesday of the month.



    Remember, words matter, and we’re here to uncover their impact! 📚🗣️



    Dr Robbie Love

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    Professor Gerlinde Mautner

    👉 https://tinyurl.com/pmtsjfmn



    Aston Centre for Applied Linguistics

    👉 https://bit.ly/3QKHcSF



    School of Social Sciences and Humanities

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    Find out more about courses related to this show

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    • 51 min
    Episode 26 | Dr Peter Crosthwaite on Data-Driven Learning

    Episode 26 | Dr Peter Crosthwaite on Data-Driven Learning

    In this episode of CorpusCast, Dr Robbie Love, a lecturer in corpus linguistics at Aston University, interviews Dr Peter Crosthwaite, an associate professor in the School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Queensland.



    They discuss the topic of data-driven learning (DDL), which is the use of corpus linguistics for teaching language.



    Dr Crosthwaite shares his insights and experiences on how DDL can enhance language learning outcomes, as well as the challenges and opportunities of implementing DDL in different contexts.



    He also talks about his recent research on the relationship between corpus linguistics and artificial intelligence, and how they can complement each other. Tune in to learn more about the fascinating field of corpus linguistics and its applications for language education.



    Dr Robbie Love

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    Dr Peter Crosthwaite

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    Aston Centre for Applied Linguistics

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    School of Social Sciences and Humanities

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    Find out more about courses related to this show

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    • 44 min
    Episode 25 | Professor Laurence Anthony on AntConc

    Episode 25 | Professor Laurence Anthony on AntConc

    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.

    To mark the 25th episode and second anniversary in 2024, this episode reflects on the incredible two-year journey, expressing gratitude to exceptional guests and listeners spanning over 30 countries.

    In this milestone episode, the spotlight is on Professor Lawrence Anthony, the brilliant mind behind AntConc, a widely used and freely available corpus tool. Listeners are invited to join a profound exploration into AntConc's story, development, and its impact on corpus linguistics.

    Professor Lawrence Anthony, based at Waseda University in Japan, directs the Center for English Language Education in Science and Engineering. With over two decades of expertise in educational technology, natural language processing, and genre analysis, he has been a pioneer in developing educational software for corpus linguistics enthusiasts.

    Listeners can anticipate a captivating conversation as CorpusCast delves into the world of AntConc, gaining insights into its significance in the field. The third season kicks off with Professor Lawrence Anthony, promising a knowledge-packed episode.

    A heartfelt thank you goes out to all CorpusCast listeners for their continuous support. Here's to more discoveries, learning, and growth in 2024! Happy New Year, and welcome to another exciting episode of CorpusCast!

    Dr Robbie Love
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    Professor Laurence Anthony
    👉 https://www.laurenceanthony.net/

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

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

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

    #CorpusLinguistics #BusinessCommunication #AstonUniversity #RobbieLove #MatteoFuoli #SocietalImpact#corpuslinguistics #AntConc #PodcastAnniversary #EducationTechnology




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    Episode 24 | Dr Matteo Fuoli on Business Communication

    Episode 24 | Dr Matteo Fuoli on Business 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.

    🕊️ In this episode, we honour the memory of Dr Márton Petykó, a cherished colleague and brilliant corpus linguist from the Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics. His significant contributions to forensic and corpus linguistics have left an indelible mark on the research community. Our thoughts are with Márton’s family and friends during this time, and we dedicate this episode to his legacy.

    📚 Today, we're excited to explore the application of corpus linguistics in Business Communication. And for the first time in a while, we're broadcasting directly from the CorpusCast studios at Aston University!

    🎙️ Joining Robbie is Dr Matteo Fuoli, associate professor of corpus-based discourse analysis at the University of Birmingham. Matteo's innovative research fuses corpus linguistic techniques with experimental methods and discourse analysis, tackling crucial societal issues like trust, polarization, and climate change.

    🔍 Matteo and Robbie will delve into how corpus linguistics informs and shapes language studies, with far-reaching implications in education, health, technology and more.

    Stay tuned for a fascinating conversation, and don't forget to like, share and subscribe for more insights from the world of corpus linguistics. Your support helps us continue these important discussions.

    Dr Robbie Love
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    Dr Matteo Fuoli
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    Aston Centre for Applied Linguistics
    👉 https://bit.ly/3QKHcSF

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

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

    #CorpusLinguistics #BusinessCommunication #AstonUniversity #RobbieLove #MatteoFuoli #SocietalImpact




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    Episode 23 | Professor Carita Paradis & Dr Nele Pöldvere on Spoken English

    Episode 23 | Professor Carita Paradis & Dr Nele Pöldvere on Spoken English

    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, Robbie chats to Professor Carita Paradis & Dr Nele Pöldvere , experts behind the ground-breaking London-Lund Corpus-2 (LLC-2). This half-million-word spoken British English corpus bridges a 50-year gap, connecting one of the earliest English spoken corpora with one of the most recent.

    Carita Paradis, professor emerita of English Linguistics at Lund University, Sweden, has dedicated her research to unravelling the intricacies of meaning-making in human communication within the realm of cognitive linguistics. Through methods like corpus linguistics, she sheds light on the insights linguistic expressions offer about human interaction, perception and cognition.

    Dr Nele Poldvere, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Oslo, Norway, is currently immersed in a project investigating the language of fake news (which we explored in detail in Episode #21 – be sure to check it out in our archives!), today's conversation centres around her PhD project at Lund University.

    Dr Robbie Love
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    Professor Carita Paradis
    👉 https://bit.ly/3QfTeFD

    Dr Nele Pöldvere
    👉 https://bit.ly/3QkGH3D

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

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

    Find out more about courses related to this show
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    #linguistics #corpuslinguistics #astonuniversity


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