Dr Winter is a Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Linguistics. His research will involve the construction and analysis of large multimodal corpora to explore ways of combating innumeracy, the numerical equivalent of illiteracy
Professor Divjak, Professorial Research Fellow in Cognitive Linguistics and Language Cognition, elected as an Ordinary Member of Academia Europaea of the Section of Linguistic Studies due to her outstanding achievements
The CLiC team have launched the 'BMI lockdown life' blog series (#BMILockdownlife) together with the Birmingham & Midland Institute to bring together people interested in 19th century literature, culture and history.
Upcoming Exciting Joint Live Event by Cologne and Birmingham in Digital Space, openly livestreamed on YouTube, featuring Professor Michaela Mahlberg (Birmingham) and Beatrix Busse (Cologne).
An extraordinary event such as the coronavirus pandemic exerts pressure on individual and collective language resources.
Dr Murakami has received a Language Learning Early Career Research Grant for a new project on the quantitative examination of research trends in second language acquisition.
Bodo Winter has recently published a new book called "Statistics for Linguists: An Introduction Using R" with Routledge University Press.
The collection Corpus Linguistics, Context and Culture, edited by ELAL academics Viola Wiegand and Michaela Mahlberg, has been published by De Gruyter.
Dr Florent Perek will be speaking at the 11th International Workshop of the Discourse and Grammar Research Group at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 4th to 8th November 2019.
The corpus of African American Writers 1892-1912 is now available from the CLiC web app, with novels from Charles W. Chesnutt, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Sutton E. Griggs, Frances E.W. Harper & James Weldon Johnson.
The International Journal of Corpus Linguistics showcases a great deal of Birmingham research in the newly published issue 24(3), "Constructions in Applied Linguistics", edited by Susan Hunston and Florent Perek.
Donald Trump used Twitter effectively to promote his campaign, communicate policy goals and attack opponents as part of a systematic campaign ahead of the 2016 US Presidential elections – a new study reveals.