Dr. IMOGEN MARCUS

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    Grammatical and lexical variation in the English language across time, space and communicative context; the relationship between speech and writing in both present day and earlier stages of English; digital language practices; forensic linguistics.

    20162023

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    Research interests

    English historical linguistics

    Most of my research to date has been within the field of English historical linguistics. It has utilized sociolinguistic, pragmatic, philological and corpus-based approaches. 

    Digital language practices

    I recently investigated digital language practices from a transhistorical perspective and with Dr Uschi Maden-Weinberger developed the Transhistorical Corpus of Written English. I am particularly interested in digital orality. 

    Forensic linguistics

    I am interested in forensic linguistics, especially where it might intersect with historical linguistics, for instance in relation to authorship analysis or the origins and effects of legal language.

     

     

    Research Groups

    • Linguistics Research Group
    • Corpus Research Group
    • Fiction Writer's Network

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