Taller de Lingüística de Corpus AntConc

Taller de Lingüística de Corpus AntConcEl próximo día 16 de Diciembre de 2022, a las 10:00h, se celebrará el Taller de Lingüística de Corpus AntConc “Una suite de herramientas para el análisis de corpus y textos”, organizado por el IULMA y la Universitat Jaume I e impartido por el profesor Pascual Pérez-Paredes, de la Universidad de Murcia.

Para asistir a este taller es necesario inscribirse previamente, cumplimentando el formulario de inscripción.

Este taller se realizará en el Aula de Informática (TD0107AI) del Edificio de la Escola Superior de Tecnología i Ciències Experimentals de la Universitat Jaume I.

Concesión del Proyecto de Investigación DIGITENDER, TED2021-130040B-C21

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Se ha concedido el proyecto “Digitalización, Tratamiento y Publicación en Línea de Recursos Terminológicos Multilingües Abiertos con Perpectiva de Género en la Sociedad Digital” (DIGITENDER, TED2021-130040B-C21), cuyas IP son Chelo Vargas e Isabel Santamaría.

El proyecto se inscribe en la Convocatoria 2021 de Proyectos Orientados a la Transición Ecológica y a la Transición Digital, del Plan Estatal de Investigación Científica, Técnica y de Innovación 2021-2023, en el marco del Plan de Recuperación, Transformación y Resiliencia.

Además, con fecha 23/11/2022, se ha publicado en el BOUA la convocatoria por la que se convoca proceso de preselección para cubrir, con contrato temporal, una plaza de Técnico/a para colaborar con el proyecto.

Toda la información sobre la convocatoria figura en la web del Servicio de Selección y Formación.

Interactividad en modo humorístico: géneros orales, escritos y tecnológicos

Interactividad en modo humorístico

El martes, 18 de octubre a las 11:15 h en la Sala Sebold se presentó el libro “Interactividad en modo humorístico: géneros orales, escritos y tecnológicos“, editado por Leonor Ruiz Gurillo y donde participan miembros del IULMA, como:

  • M. Belén Alvarado Ortega
  • Larissa Timofeeva Timofeev
  • Francisco Yus
  • Ángela Mura
  • José Joaquín Martínez Egido

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Language as Evidence: Doing forensic linguistics

Language as Evidence: Doing forensic linguistics

Victoria Guillén-Nieto & Dieter Stein
Palgrave Macmillan (Springer)
2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

This edited book provides a comprehensive survey of the modern state of the art in forensic linguistics. Part I of the book focuses on the role of the linguist as an expert witness in common law and civil law jurisdictions, the relation of expert witnesses and lawyers, ethics standards, and courtroom interaction. Part II deals with some of the major areas of expertise of forensic linguistics as the scientific study of language as evidence, namely authorship identification, speaker identification, text authentication, deception and lie detection, plagiarism detection, and cyber language crimes. This book is intended to be used as a reference for academics, students and practitioners of Linguistics, Forensic Linguistics, Law, Criminology, and Forensic Psychology, among other disciplines.

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Linguistic Impoliteness and Identity Construction in the Context of Hate Speech and Conflict Interactions

Dimitra Philippou, from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, will deliver the talk titled Linguistic Impoliteness and Identity Construction in the Context of Hate Speech and Conflict Interactions on October 13th, at 12:15 in room S06 of the Facultat de Filologia, Traducció I Comunicació de València.

Dimitra Filippou

Dimitra Filippou is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens). Her specialization is on the field of Pragmatics and Sociolinguistics. Her PhD thesis is about Linguistic Impoliteness, Hate Speech, and Identity Construction. She also holds a master’s degree (M.A.) in Theoretical & Applied Linguistics from the University of Athens. Her research interests include Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis and Conversation Analysis. She is currently a visiting scholar at IULMA, Universitat de València.

Linguistic Impoliteness and Identity Construction in the Context of Hate Speech and Conflict Interactions

Dimitra Philippou, from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, will deliver the talk titled Linguistic Impoliteness and Identity Construction in the Context of Hate Speech and Conflict Interactions on October 13th, at 10:15 in room S05 of the Facultat de Filologia, Traducció I Comunicació de València.

Dimitra Filippou

Dimitra Filippou is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens). Her specialization is on the field of Pragmatics and Sociolinguistics. Her PhD thesis is about Linguistic Impoliteness, Hate Speech, and Identity Construction. She also holds a master’s degree (M.A.) in Theoretical & Applied Linguistics from the University of Athens. Her research interests include Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis and Conversation Analysis. She is currently a visiting scholar at IULMA, Universitat de València.

Linguistic Impoliteness and Identity Construction in the Context of Hate Speech and Conflict Interactions

Dimitra Philippou, from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, will deliver the talk titled Linguistic Impoliteness and Identity Construction in the Context of Hate Speech and Conflict Interactions on October 13th, at 10:15 in room S05 of the Facultat de Filologia, Traducció I Comunicació de València.

Dimitra Filippou

Dimitra Filippou is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens). Her specialization is on the field of Pragmatics and Sociolinguistics. Her PhD thesis is about Linguistic Impoliteness, Hate Speech, and Identity Construction. She also holds a master’s degree (M.A.) in Theoretical & Applied Linguistics from the University of Athens. Her research interests include Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis and Conversation Analysis. She is currently a visiting scholar at IULMA, Universitat de València.