I am a second-year PhD student using corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis (CADS) to explore constructions of British and European identities in government documents, pro-Brexit newspapers, and interviews with Nottinghamshire residents. I am a Learning Community Forum representative for second-year PhD students in the School of English, a peer mentor to MA students in the School, and the Issue Management Editor for Issue 5 of the Faculty of Art's Journal of Languages, Texts and Society. I am also a student committee member for the Linguistics Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (LAGB), and the co-organiser of the Discourse and Politics Seminar Series.
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I teach the core first-year module 'Introduction to Liberal Arts'. I have previously been a Teaching Affiliate in the School of English.
My PhD thesis will be the first corpus-assisted critical discourse study to provide a holistic overview of the construction of British, European and international identities in UK government… read more
My PhD thesis will be the first corpus-assisted critical discourse study to provide a holistic overview of the construction of British, European and international identities in UK government documents, pro-Brexit newspapers, and public opinion between February 2016 and December 2019.
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