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Sara Vilar-Lluch

Teaching Associate | Research Fellow in Corpus Linguistics, Faculty of Arts


Teaching Summary

As a Teaching Associate in Applied Linguistics, I teach in the following modules:

  • Studying Language
  • Language and Feminism
  • Core Concepts in Discourse Analysis (online)
  • Culture and Communication (online)

Before joining the University of Nottingham I taught linguistics and Spanish language modules in the University of East Anglia, the University of Edinburgh, the Modern Language Centre (King's College London), and the University of Roehampton.

  • Linguistics: discourse analysis, pragmatics, semantics and philosophy of language.
  • Spanish language: I have taught across all levels, Spanish language modules and institution wide language programs, as well as Spanish for business.

Research Summary

As part of my current appointment, I collaborate on the project Coronavirus Discourses: Linguistic Evidence for Effective Health messaging

I also collaborate on the project "Did the defendant use a gun? The philosophical foundations and practical consequences of applying corpus analysis in legal interpretation" at the University of Reading.

Recent Publications

Past Research

PhD thesis: "Representation of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Construction of Diagnosed Individual's identity in Institutional discourse."

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