Dr Robbie Love

I am a Lecturer in English Language in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Aston University, UK. I sit on the committee of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Corpus Linguistics Special Interest Group as Communications Officer.

I am an applied linguist with a particular interest in corpus linguistics, both from methodological and analytical perspectives. A lot of my work to date has focussed on the creation and analysis of spoken corpora: my monograph “Overcoming Challenges in Corpus Construction”, which describes my work on the creation of the spoken component of the British National Corpus 2014, was published by Routledge in 2020. I am currently conducting research which uses this and other spoken corpora to explore recent change in spoken grammar and discourse.

I offer linguistics consultancy on a freelance basis, regularly working with non-academic partners to apply linguistic research to industry challenges.

Before joining Aston, I held research posts at Cambridge Assessment English and the University of Leeds, and worked as a part-time Associate Lecturer at Lancaster University.


Qualifications:
BA Hons Linguistics, Lancaster University, 2013
MA Language and Linguistics, Lancaster University, 2014
PhD Linguistics, Lancaster University, 2018


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