CorpusCast

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 topics including health, social justice and education.

CorpusCast is available on the following platforms:

YouTube | Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Podcast Addict | Podchaser

And it is featured on the Superlinguo list of linguistics and language podcasts.

CorpusCast is written and hosted by Robbie Love and produced by Sam Cook.

Episode 1 | Professor Paul Baker on SOCIAL JUSTICE

Professor Paul Baker (Lancaster University) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in the area of social justice.

Released: 05/01/2022 | Length: 45m 16s

Episode 2 | Professor Elena Semino on HEALTH COMMUNICATION

Professor Elena Semino (Lancaster University) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in the area of health communication.

Released: 01/02/2022 | Length: 53m 57s

Episode 3 | Professor Pascual Pérez-Paredes on LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Professor Pascual Pérez-Paredes (Universidad de Murcia) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in the area of education.

Released: 03/03/2022 | Length: 1h 04m 11s

Episode 4 | Professor Tim Grant & Dr Lucia Busso on FORENSIC LINGUISTICS

Professor Tim Grant & Dr Lucia Busso (Aston University) join Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in the area of forensic linguistics.

Released: 06/04/2022 | Length: 47m 04s

Episode 5 | Dr Mark Nartey on MARGINALISED VOICES

Dr Mark Nartey (University of the West of England) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in critical discourse analysis for the centring of marginalised voices and non-dominant groups.

Released: 04/05/2022 | Length: 40m 54s

Episode 6 | Professor Eric Friginal, Dr Malila Prado and Andrew Schneider on AVIATION COMMUNICATION

Professor Eric Friginal (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Dr Malila Prado (Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College) and Andrew Schneider (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University) join Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in communication between airline pilots and air traffic controllers.

Released: 01/06/2022 | Length: 58m 50s

Episode 7 | Professor Stephanie Evert on COMPUTATIONAL HUMANITIES

Professor Stephanie Evert (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in computational and digital humanities.

Released: 06/07/2022 | Length: 58m 38s

Episode 8 | Dr Mark McGlashan on RESEARCHING DISCRIMINATION

Dr Mark McGlashan (Birmingham City University) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research on discrimination in a range of contexts.

Released: 03/08/2022 | Length: 49m 39s

Episode 9 | Professor Tony McEnery on THE CORPUS MOOC

Professor Tony McEnery (Lancaster University) joins Robbie Love to discuss the development of the FutureLearn online course Corpus Linguistics: Method, Analysis, Interpretation.

Released: 07/09/2022 | Length: 57m 29s

Episode 10 | Professor Michaela Mahlberg on LITERARY LINGUISTICS

Professor Michaela Mahlberg (University of Birmingham) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in literary linguistics.

Released: 05/10/2022 | Length: 48m 47s

Episode 11 | Professor Ute Römer and Professor Clark D. Cunningham on LEGAL INTERPRETATION

Professor Ute Römer and Professor Clark D. Cunningham (Georgia State University) join Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in legal interpretation.

Released: 02/11/2022 | Length: 53m 21s

Episode 12 | Professor Monika Bednarek on TV DIALOGUE and SCREENWRITING

Professor Monika Bednarek (University of Sydney) joins Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in TV dialogue and screenwriting.

Released: 07/12/2022 | Length: 52m 43s

Upcoming episodes

Episode 13 | Dr Dawn Knight and Dr Anne O’Keeffe on ONLINE COMMUNICATION

Dr Dawn Knight (Cardiff University) and Dr Anne O’Keeffe (Mary Immaculate College) join Robbie Love to discuss the contribution of corpus linguistics to research in online interaction.