Research Student, Faculty of Arts
PhD (full time) - currently registered
A corpus-cognitive model of change in discourse
Primary Funding Source
Economic and Social Research Council
K. Kreischer (Under revision). The relation and function of Discourses: A corpus-cognitive analysis of the Irish abortion debate.
Grundmann, R., Kreischer, K., & Scott, M. (Forthcoming). The Knowledge and Power of Expertise in the Case of Austerity. Zeitschrift für Politik.
'Intertextuality and ideology in discourse', 9th International Corpus Linguistics Conference, University of Birmingham, July 2017.
'Using collocations to analyse intertextual discourse relations', ICAME 38: Corpus et Orbis: Interpreting the World through Corpora, Charles University, Prague, May 2017.
'Ideological discourses between text and cognition', BELP 2017: Interdisciplinarity, University of Birmingham, April 2017.
'What role does cognition play for the direction a discourse takes?', International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, ICAME 37: Corpus Linguistics across Culture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, May 2016.
'Characters change because frames change: Contextual Frame Theory in Ishiguro's Remains of the Day'. Poetics and Linguistics Association Annual Conference: Creative Style, University of Kent, UK, July 2015.
'A corpus-cognitive approach to Pip's self-characterisation in Great Expectations'. English Showcase, University of Nottingham, UK, February 2015.
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