Dr Sean Murphy

Associate Lecturer

Research Overview

I work on the Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare’s Language project (AHRC project AH/N002415/1), which brings corpus linguistics to Shakespearean studies. My research interests include the language of Shakespeare's soliloquies, the stylistics of drama, (im)politeness theory, and corpus linguistics.

I have worked in ELT for over 30 years, mainly in Spain, but also in the UK, France and Egypt. My main interests lie in the teaching of language and literature in initial teacher training, and teaching English for academic purposes.

Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare's Language
01/05/2016 → 31/10/2019
Research

Shakespeare's Language
Invited talk

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Journal)
Publication peer-review

Corpora (Journal)
Publication peer-review

PALA 2015
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PALA 2008
Participation in conference

Lancaster University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching
Participation in conference