Corpus & applied linguistics research 2022 registration link

Free online event “Corpus & applied linguistics research 2022”

Corpus linguistics and Second Language Acquisition

Prof Tony McEnery, University of Lancaster

October 5, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

Who’s in this corpus? Looking at language and identity with (and without) demographic metadata

Dr Gavin Brookes, University of Lancaster

October 12, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

Corpus linguistics and the discursive construction of migrants

Dr Charlotte Taylor, University of Sussex

October 19, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

A corpus-friendly analysis of fragmentary constructions in English

Prof Javier Pérez Guerra, Universidad de Vigo

October 26, 18:00 (Madrid time) / 17:00 (UK time)

Free event registration link

Registration link

After the registration, you’ll receive an email with the webinar link for the four talks. This is the same link for all four talks.

You can check out the 2021 talks here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjKIIQL6u1mXD2V9ZaT-_Q/featured

This online event is organized by the Universidad de Murcia and the E020-07 research group (Lenguajes de especialidad, corpus lingüísticos y lingüística inglesa aplicada a la ingeniería del conocimiento).

Coordination: Prof Pascual Pérez-Paredes

Jornada de difusión online proyecto de investigación Nutcracker, 24-25 junio 2021

NUTCRACKER: Sistema de detección, rastreo, monitorización y análisis del discurso terrorista en la Red Funded by: MINECO. 2017-2020. FFI2016-79748-R

Proyectos I+d+I – Programa estatal de investigación, desarrollo e innovación orientada a los retos de la sociedad.

“Nutcracker: System for Detection, Tracking, Monitoring and Analysis of the Discourse of Terror on the Net”

LINK 24 JUNE

https://oficinavirtual.ugr.es/redes/SOR/SALVEUGR/accesosala.jsp?IDSALA=22980794
Password: 657396

LINK 25 JUNE

https://oficinavirtual.ugr.es/redes/SOR/SALVEUGR/accesosala.jsp?IDSALA=22980797
Password: 466561

NUTCRACKER: Sistema de detección, rastreo, monitorización y análisis del discurso terrorista en la Red Funded by: MINECO. 2017-2020. FFI2016-79748-R

PIs: Prof Encarnación Hidalgo Tenorio, & Prof Juan Luis Castro Peña, Universidad de Granada

Give (social research) methods a chance

A collection of conversations on research methods in action designed to demystify how we know what we ‘know’.

The resource has been developed bySarah Lageson PhD, an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University-Newark, School of Criminal Justice and Kyle Green PhD, an Assistant Professor at Utica College, Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

The conversations can be reached here.