Read more for details on the CLiC article in Babel and an announcement of a Digital Reading Competition.
Professor Michaela Mahlberg will be giving a plenary at CILC this week.
A linguistics expert from the University of Birmingham has won Germany's most prestigious research award for her work on how language is represented in the mind.
Professor Jeanette Littlemore is talking at the 8th Annual Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics in Almaty, Kazakhstan, May 2018.
In this post on the CLiC Dickens Blog, Emma Curry demonstrates how different materials across the 'Dickensian Cyberspace' can be cross-referenced to inform research – with a case study of Dickensian wooden legs.
In their Conversation article, Dr Anna Cermakova and Prof Michaela Mahlberg write about gender imbalance in children's literature – with examples from the ChiLit corpus.
Eye Tracking: A Guide for Applied Linguistics Research, co-authored by Gareth Carrol from the department of English Language and Linguistics has just been released by Cambridge University Press.
Dr Nicholas Groom, Professor Susan Hunston and Dr Florent Perek will be participating in the Colloquium 'Constructions in Applied Linguistics: Innovation and Application of Corpus-based Construction Grammar' at AAAL 2018, Chicago, Sunday 25 March 2018.
The CLiC Dickens team (Professor Michaela Mahlberg, Professor Peter Stockwell and Viola Wiegand) gave a talk at the Dickens Day 2017: 'Textual patterns of dreaming and the unconscious mind in Dickens'.
Undergraduate Award success for ELAL student, Greg Woodin.
Trump’s language appears to be designed to align him with non-politicians, to assert his identity as a ‘common man’.
Following the firing of the White House communications Director, Professor Michaela Mahlberg discusses linguistic effects within the digital age.