Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, LA1 4YT, United Kingdom
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Dr Richard Xiao

 

All items associated with Dr Richard Xiao.

 

 

Research Activities

Previous Research Activities

Contrasting English and Chinese

Split words

 

 

Eprints Publications Repository and Bibliographic Database

Richard Xiao has 74 selected publication records listed on this webpage.

 

 

Previous Events

Workshop on Teaching of Chinese to UK University Students, 1 July 2013

4th Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies conference, 24-26 July 2014

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News

Richard Xiao gave a talk at Beijing Foreign Studies University, 9 April 2013

Richard Xiao awarded a new ESRC grant, 16 May 2013

Richard Xiao appointed to the peer review panel of the University of Bologna, 17 May 2013

Linguistics staff win new British Academy grant, 8 July 2013

Richard Xiao to give a keynote lecture in Brazil, 14 September 2013

Richard's grant is mentioned in Times Higher Education, 7 October 2013

New special issue of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 11 May 2014

 

 

Keywords

Applied linguistics, China, Chinese, Computerised corpora, Corpora and sociolinguistics/discourse, Corpora of nonstandard languages, Corpus linguistic methodology, Corpus linguistics, Corpus stylistics, Corpus tools, Cross-cultural pragmatics, Digital humanities, English, English grammar, English language, Humanities computing, Intercultural studies, Language, Language change, Language education, Language learning, Language variation and change, Learner corpora, Linguistics, Modern languages, Multilingual corpora, Quantitative linguistics, Research methods, Second language acquisition, Semantics, Sociolinguistics, Spoken language corpora, Teaching and learning, Translating and interpreting, Translation

 

 

Associated Research Centres and Groups

Language Variation and Change

Language Variation and Linguistic Theory (LVLT)

The Corpus Research Group

University Centre for Computer Corpus Research on Language (UCREL)