Forensic Linguistics Short Course - FLsc

Forensic Linguistics Short Course - FLsc

The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defi

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26/03/2023

Great news - we received funding by the und Förderer der Universität Düsseldorf - GFFU! This means we can offer a lower participation fee than originally anticipated.

Interested in forensic linguistics? Find further info online:
https://div-ling.org/.../forensic-linguistics-short.../

Forensic Linguistics Short Course – Diversität in der Linguistik e.V. 01/02/2023

How do you find out whether a person is the author of a text? How do you analyse threats, malicious communications and defamation from a linguistic point of view?

Find out the answers to these and other questions during the 5th Forensic Linguistics Short Course!
The 5th FLsc will be an in-person event taking place at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany, on 5 - 7 September 2023.

Find more information and application details on our website:

Forensic Linguistics Short Course – Diversität in der Linguistik e.V. The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defined discipline of forensic linguistics. The course is based on working with authentic data and on the use of real cases to illustrate theory. A high degree of participant involvement is encouraged and...

25/05/2022

The deadline is approaching fast - apply for the 4th Forensic Linguistics Short Course until May 31, 2022!

How do you find out whether a person is the author of a text? How do you analyse threats, malicious communications, and defamation from a linguistic point of view? Join us to find out!

The 4th FLsc will be an in-person event taking place at Düsseldorf, Germany, on 24 - 26 August 2022.

Applications – Diversität in der Linguistik 13/05/2022

How do you determine whether person A or person B is the author of a text? How can you analyse threats, malicious communications, and defamation from a linguistic point of view? How do you become an expert witness working in linguistics?

Find out the answers to these and other questions during the 4th Forensic Linguistics Short Course! The 4th FLsc will be an in-person event taking place at Düsseldorf, Germany, on 24 - 26 August 2022.

Find more information and application details on our website: https://div-ling.org/en/events/forensic-linguistics-short-course-en/applications/

Applications – Diversität in der Linguistik As in previous years, we invite students (Bachelor’s and Master’s) as well as graduate students and postdocs from Linguistics (and its sub-disciplines), Phonetics and Phonology, Law/Legal Studies, and related fields to apply for this international interdisciplinary program. All sessions will be ...

Applications – Diversität in der Linguistik 30/04/2022

How do you find out whether a person is the author of a text? How do you analyse threats, malicious communications and defamation from a linguistic point of view?

Find out the answers to these and other questions during the 4th Forensic Linguistics Short Course! The 4th FLsc will be an in-person event taking place at Düsseldorf, Germany, on 24 - 26 August 2022.

Find more information and application details on our website: https://div-ling.org/en/events/forensic-linguistics-short-course-en/applications/

Applications – Diversität in der Linguistik As in previous years, we invite students (Bachelor’s and Master’s) as well as graduate students and postdocs from Linguistics (and its sub-disciplines), Phonetics and Phonology, Law/Legal Studies, and related fields to apply for this international interdisciplinary program. All sessions will be ...

Forensic Linguistics Short Course – Diversität in der Linguistik 29/04/2022

‼ Attention ‼

Applications for the 4th Forensic Linguistics Short Course will open on 1 May 2022. Find more information on this year's FLsc on our website: https://div-ling.org/en/events/forensic-linguistics-short-course-en/

Forensic Linguistics Short Course – Diversität in der Linguistik The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defined discipline of forensic linguistics. The course is based on working with authentic data and on the use of real cases to illustrate theory. A high degree of participant involvement is encouraged and...

28/04/2022

📣 Announcement: The 4th FLsc will take place on 24-26 August 2022. Applications will open in the first half of May.

Stay tuned for more updates! 📑

28/09/2021

Today's the day - Join us for free and w/o registration! The first talk of our new bimonthly talk series "Diversity in Linguistics" will start at 5pm (BST). Natascha Rohde will talk about collective identity construction and ideology in computer-mediated discourse and what s*x and gender have to do with it. Further information and an abstract are available on our website: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/events/

14/09/2021

Don't miss it! The first talk of our new bimonthly talk series "Diversity in Linguistics" takes place in 14 days on September 28, 5pm (BST).

Natascha Rohde, Aston University Birmingham, will take about collective identity construction and ideology in computer-mediated discourse and what s*x and gender have to do with it.

Further information and an abstract are available on our website: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/events/

Upcoming Events – Forensic Linguistics Short Course 20/08/2021

We are very excited to announce our new bimonthly talk series "Diversity in Linguistics". The talk series will feature young linguists from diverse social and linguistic backgrounds.

The first talk will be given by Natascha Rohde, Aston University Birmingham, September 28, 5pm (BST). Further information and an abstract are available on our website: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/events/

Upcoming Events – Forensic Linguistics Short Course September 28 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm BST Natascha Rohde – “Who knew that gender social utopia looks like this, right?” online @ Zoom Collective identity construction and ideology in computer-mediated discourse and what do s*x and gender have to do with it? Free

20/08/2021

Today's already the final day of this year's . However, stay tuned - There will be an exciting announcement tonight!

17/08/2021

Today is the second day of this year's . The main topic of today's live sessions is authorship analysis.

16/08/2021

The first day of live sessions will start with a quick welcome at our Gather space in about 15 minutes. Thrilled to finally meet all of our participants!

15/08/2021

Tonight's the night! This year's FLsc kicks off with an informal gathering at our very own Gather space in less than two hours.

Workshop: Statistics for Linguistics – Forensic Linguistics Short Course 27/07/2021

There are still a few spots available for this year's FLsc satellite workshop "Statistics for Linguistics". Topics discussed include data visualization and inferential statistical methods, e.g. linear regression and linear mixed effects models.

The workshop takes place on Sunday, August 22, and Sunday, September 05.

Find more information here:
https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/workshop/

Registration will be open until August 12, or until all spots are filled.

Workshop: Statistics for Linguistics – Forensic Linguistics Short Course For the first time, a workshop on statistics for linguistics will take place directly after the FLsc. Participants of the 3rd FLsc are welcome to participate, however, participation is not mandatory and does not influence your chances of participating in the FLsc itself. The workshop will take place...

01/06/2021

Applications for this year's FLsc are now closed. In total, we have received 45 applications from all over the world, with a majority of applications from Germany and the United Kingdom.

We will inform all applicants on whether they are chosen to participate in our program during the next weeks. Stay tuned!

29/05/2021

+++ Only 2 days left to apply! +++

The 3rd FLsc takes place as an online event August 16-20, 2021. The application deadline is May 31, 2021.

Find more info and application details on our website: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/application/

Forensic Linguistics Short Course 23/05/2021

+++ The application deadline is approaching quickly! Apply soon to take part in the 3rd Forensic Linguistics Short Course! +++

How do you find out whether person A or person B is the author of a text? How do you become an expert witness working in linguistics?

Find out answers to these and more questions during the 3rd Forensic Linguistics Short Course! The 3rd FLsc takes place August 16-20, 2021, as an online event. The application deadline is May 31, 2021.

Sounds interesting? Find more info and application details on our website: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/application/

Forensic Linguistics Short Course The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defined discipline of forensic linguistics. We work with authentic data and use real cases to illustrate theory. We wish for a high degree of participant involvement and encourage critical inquiry and deb...

Forensic Linguistics Short Course 12/05/2021

How do you find out whether person A or person B is the author of a text? How do you become an expert witness working in linguistics?

Find out answers to these and more question during the 3rd Forensic Linguistics Short Course! The 3rd FLsc takes place August 16-20, 2021, as an online event.

Sounds good? Find more info and application details on our website: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/application/

Forensic Linguistics Short Course The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defined discipline of forensic linguistics. We work with authentic data and use real cases to illustrate theory. We wish for a high degree of participant involvement and encourage critical inquiry and deb...

Forensic Linguistics Short Course 12/05/2021

Woran erkennt man, ob Textnachrichten wirklich von der beschuldigten Person stammen? Woher weiß man, ob der Drohbrief von Person A oder Person B stammt? Die Lösung: Forensische Linguistik!

Einblicke in diese und weitere Fragestellungen der Forensischen Linguistik bietet die Summer School "Forensic Linguistics Short Course", welche vom 16. bis 20. August 2021 online stattfinden wird.

Du hast Interesse und studierst (bzw. hast einen Abschluss in) Linguistik, Phonetik, Jura oder eine verwandte Disziplin? Dann bist du herzlich eingeladen, dich zu bewerben.

Weitere Infos findest du unter: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/application/

Forensic Linguistics Short Course The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defined discipline of forensic linguistics. We work with authentic data and use real cases to illustrate theory. We wish for a high degree of participant involvement and encourage critical inquiry and deb...

06/05/2021

Are you interested in forensic linguistics? Come and join us at the 3rd FLsc - Forensic Linguistics Short Course!

Students and postdocs from linguistics, law and related fields are welcome to join our international crowd for yet another year of exciting insights to forensic linguistics.

The FLsc will take place August 16, 17 and 20, 2021, as an online-event and will be held completely in English. For more information please visit: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/application/

01/05/2021

3rd FLsc announced!

The third installment of the Forensic Linguistics Short Course will take place in August 2021! More information will follow soon - stay tuned!

14/03/2021

For the first time, a workshop on statistics for linguistics will take place directly after the FLsc.

The workshop will introduce general ideas and methods of statistics. Topics discussed include data visualization and inferential statistical methods, e.g. linear regression and linear mixed effects models. In the applied half of this course, participants will use R, a free software environment for statistical computing, and RStudio in hands-on exercises covering all theoretical aspects under discussion.

Find more info here: https://forensic-linguistics-sc.com/workshop/

11/03/2021

The FLsc is taught by Dr Isabel Picornell and Dr Ria Perkins.

Dr Isabel Picornell is a Consultant Forensic Linguist and Director of QED Limited, providing forensic linguistic services to the corporate, investigative, and intelligence industry. She holds a PhD in forensic linguistics from the Centre for Forensic Linguistics, Aston University, Birmingham (UK). She is the Secretary of the International Association of Forensic Linguists, a member of the Germanic Society for Forensic Linguistics, and a full CFE-member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

Dr Ria Perkins is the Director of Hapax Consulting Ltd, and a Research Associate at the Centre for Forensic Linguistics at Aston University. Her research focuses predominantly on authorship analysis, in particular native language influence detection. Her research interests also include: power and persuasive communication, online influence, computer mediated communication, sociolinguistics, and the application of forensic linguistics to security and intelligence investigations. Her casework speciality is authorship profiling and she has undertaken and assisted with work for law enforcement, private companies and international NGOs.

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The FLsc is organized by Natascha Rohde, PhD Student of Forensic Linguistics at Aston University, Birmingham, England, and Dominic Schmitz, PhD Student of English Linguistics at Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany.

11/03/2021

In 2018, the Forensic Linguistics Short Course started as a one-time-only project of the Student Council of Linguistics and Phonetics at the University of Cologne, Dr Isabel Picornell, and Dr Ria Perkins. As the program received an unexpectedly high number of applications as well as highly positive feedback from participants, the coordinators decided to make the Forensic Linguistics Short Course an annual summer school.

11/03/2021

Welcome to the Forensic Linguistics Short Course's page!

The summer school “Forensic Linguistics Short Course” addresses subjects within the broadly defined discipline of forensic linguistics. We work with authentic data and use real cases to illustrate theory. We wish for a high degree of participant involvement and encourage critical inquiry and debate.

The international program offers theoretical and applied introductions on topics in forensic linguistics as well as lectures, poster presentations, and an optional workshop on statistics in linguistics.

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