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The Victorian anti-vaccination discourse corpus (VicVaDis): construction and exploration

JOURNAL ARTICLE (Digital Scholarship in the Humanities.) Claire Hardaker, Alice Deignan, Elena Semino, Tara Coltman-Patel,…
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How linguists are unlocking the meanings of Shakespeare’s words using numbers

Author Jonathan Culpeper Chair professor in English Language and Linguistics, Lancaster University   Today it…
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Corpus-based Datathons to Support Collaborative, Student-driven Debates on the Key European Values of Sustainability and Democracy

Concepts such as sustainability and democracy combine general agreement on the abstract notion that they represent…
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Engaging the public: English local government organisations’ social media communications during the COVID‐19 pandemic

Love, Robbie, Erika Darics, and Rudi Palmieri. Abstract Communication has played a critical role during…
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Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies

By Mathew Gillings, Gerlinde Mautner and Paul Baker Cambridge University Press, 2023 Series: Elements in Corpus Linguistics…
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Teaching sustainable health care through the critical medical humanities

The Lancet, Comment, 2023 Authored by: Eivind Engebretsen, Ritika Sharma, Tony J Sandset, Kristin Heggen,…
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Medical students lose their empathy – here’s what can be done about it

Jeremy Howick, The Conversation, 23 April 2023 A lack of empathy in healthcare can be disastrous. In…
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The Politics of Sustainability in Global Health

Data-driven Critical Conceptual Analysis   – What does sustainability mean in the context of public…
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Ikon/Icon: A Visual History of the Fetus, with Swedish/Eng subs

“Icon” is a visual history of the fetus which explores how we have come to…
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The Medicalisation of Democratic Rights in the Debate about Abortion (MEDRA): The US, Ireland and Argentina

  This project, funded by UiO:Democracy, explores how medical knowledge is mobilized in debates about…
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Rethinking Evidence in the Time of Pandemics: Marta Arnaldi Interviews the Authors in Oxford

    Interviewed by Dr Marta Arnaldi at the University of Oxford on 27 September…
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Stance in climate science: A diachronic analysis of epistemic stance features in IPCC physical science reports

Authors: Robert Poole, Nicholas Hayes Abstract: This diachronic corpus-based analysis investigates the use of epistemic…
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Corpus Linguistics and Translation Tools for Digital Humanities

Contributors Stefania M. Maci (Anthology Editor), and Michele Sala (Anthology Editor) ISBN 9781350275225 Published 11…
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Risk, Future Narratives and Sustainability

We are thrilled to share the news that our project to support students’ critical engagement…
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Global Health, Sustainable Development and Individual Responsibility

We are delighted to announce that our CircleU team of researchers from the Centre for…
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Visual Representations of Science in a Pandemic: COVID-19 in Images

Ana Delicado and Jussara Rowland Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal  …
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Constructing COVID-19: A corpus-informed analysis of prime ministerial crisis response communication by gender

Kate Power University of Queensland, Business School, Australia Peter Crosthwaite University of Queensland, School of…
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Rethinking Evidence in the Time of Pandemics: CAS Interview

  Alumni Spotlight: Eivind Engebretsen Centre for Advanced Study at the Norwegian Academy of Science…
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Translating informed consent in maternal healthcare and beyond

Friday 7 October 2022 9am-4pm BST Online international colloquium   Informed consent is integral to…
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Translating COVID-19 and Japan: A Historical Reflection on the Social Standing of Scientists

Ruselle Meade (United Kingdom) Teach311 + COVID-19 Collective, 21 May 2020   As a crisis…
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