Ellen RobertsPhD student
My main area of research is historical computational linguistics. My PhD focuses on the linguistic nature of the genre of early modern English dramatic texts.
I am interested in how computational methodologies can be applied to literary (and especially historical) texts. In particular, how these methodologies may aid our understanding of how the language functions in these texts.
Research Assistant at the International Multimodal Communication Centre, Oxford: https://imcc.web.ox.ac.uk/people (December 2020-March 2021)
LING102 - English Language (Lecturer for the grammar block)
LING315 - Forensic Linguistics
Using Methods from Corpus Linguistics on Historical Texts, Data Visualization