The Centre’s Challenge Panel is a group of leading researchers in corpus linguistics who have agreed to contribute their expertise to the endeavour of extending corpus linguistics to engage with a broad range of social science questions. The Panel meets once a year and operates virtually throughout the year. It has two distinct roles: it contributes to solving issues arising from the core CASS projects and affiliated ESRC projects, and meets annually to deal with challenges emerging from novel requirements posited by attendees at that year’s training events before feeding responses to those challenges fed back to the individuals concerned. In short, the Panel helps us deliver our projects while driving innovation in corpus linguistics and its application in the social sciences.
Membership of the panel is as follows:
- Karin Aijmer (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
- Michael Barlow (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
- Douglas Biber (Northern Arizona University, USA)
- Mark Davies (Brigham Young University, USA)
- Alice Deignan (University of Leeds, UK)
- Stefan Evert (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
- Fiona Farr (University of Limerick, Ireland)
- John Flowerdew (City University, Hong Kong)
- Stefan Th. Gries (University of Santa Barbara, USA)
- Michael Hoey (University of Liverpool, UK)
- Anke Lüdeling (Humboldt University, Germany)
- Alan Partington (University of Bologna, Italy)
- Yukio Tono (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan)
Junior Challenge Panel
Each year two junior researchers are invited to join the Panel, where they will benefit both from the contact with senior colleagues and from the interdisciplinary nature of the panel’s working environment.
- Julian Hargreaves (2013): PhD Student, Criminology, Lancaster University
- Mark McGlashan (2013): PhD Student, Linguistics, Lancaster University
Member profiles are being added regularly, so check back soon to learn more about the Challenge Panel.