Dr Isobelle ClarkeLeverhulme Trust Early Career Research Fellow
My research interests include corpus linguistics, forensic linguistics, sociolinguistics and news discourse and discourse analysis. My previous research covers language variation on social media, especially Twitter. I also have experience in authorship analysis. My current research examines the representation of Islam in the press. I am also investigating second learner language and spoken language. I have received Leverhulme's early career researcher fellowship to investigate anti-science discourses, such as anti-vaccination discourse, climate change denials, and anti-GMO discourse.
31/03/2022 → 30/09/2025
Meeting Future Challenges in Language Testing and Teaching: Building Teams, Setting Goals
01/02/2022 → 31/07/2023
Understanding the linguistic repertoires across anti-science narratives
01/05/2021 → 31/08/2024