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Cambridge Language Sciences

Interdisciplinary Research Centre

Read more at: Mateus Miranda

Mateus Miranda

Corpus Linguistics
Corpus Pragmatics


Read more at: Dr. Michele Martini

Dr. Michele Martini

Journal articles


  • Martini, M. and Robertson, SL., 2024. Erasures and equivalences: negotiating the politics of culture in the OECD’s global competence project Compare, v. 54
    Doi: 10.1080/03057925.2022.2084035
  • 2022

  • Martini, M. and Robertson, SL., 2022. UK higher education, neoliberal meritocracy, and the culture of the new capitalism: A computational-linguistics analysis Sociology Compass, v. 16
  • Martini, M., 2022. The Catholic Church and the Media: A Text Mining Analysis of Vatican Documents from 1967 to 2020 Journal of Media and Religion, v. 21
  • 2020 (Accepted for publication)

  • Martini, M., 2020 (Accepted for publication). Interdenominational Cooperation in Religious New Media Projects: the Case of the Christian Media Center The International Journal of Latin American Religions,
  • 2020

  • Golan, O. and Martini, M., 2020. The Making of contemporary papacy: manufactured charisma and Instagram Information, Communication & Society, v. 23
    Doi: 10.1080/1369118x.2019.1567803
  • GOLAN, O. and MARTINI, M., 2020. Sacred Sites for Global Publics: New Media Strategies for the Re-Enchantment of the Holy Land International Journal of Communication, v. 14
  • 2019

  • Martini, M., 2019. Topological and networked visibility: Politics of seeing in the digital age Semiotica, v. 2019
  • Golan, O. and Martini, M., 2019. Religious live-streaming: constructing the authentic in real time Information Communication and Society, v. 22
  • 2018

  • Martini, M., 2018. Mourning for a hacktivist: grieving the death of Aaron Swartz on a digital memorial Media, Culture & Society, v. 40
    Doi: 10.1177/0163443717718254
  • Martini, M., 2018. On the user’s side Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, v. 24
    Doi: 10.1177/1354856517736980
  • Martini, M., 2018. Online distant witnessing and live-streaming activism: Emerging differences in the activation of networked publics New Media and Society, v. 20
  • Golan, O. and Martini, M., 2018. Digital pilgrimage: Exploring Catholic monastic webcasts Communication Review, v. 21
  • 2017

  • Martini, M., 2017. War against War!: pictures as means of social struggle in post-First World War Europe Visual Studies, v. 32

  • Read more at: Rasman


    Rasman is an LPDP-funded PhD Candidate at the Multilingualism and Language Education Group (MuLtiE) within the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, where he also serves as the Deputy Editor of Cambridge Educational Research e-Journal (CERJ) for 2023-2024. He also holds a position as a Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at the Department of English Language Education at Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

    Read more at: Miss Shuling Wang

    Miss Shuling Wang

    Theses / dissertations

    2024 (No publication date)

  • Wang, S., 2024 (No publication date). Challenging Intersectional Racism: A Women of Colour Feminist Account of Chinese Teachers in the Private ELT Industry

  • Read more at: Ms. Xiangning Li

    Ms. Xiangning Li

    Community of Practice



    What we do

    Cambridge Language Sciences is an Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. Our virtual network connects researchers from five schools across the university as well as other world-leading research institutions. Our aim is to strengthen research collaborations and knowledge transfer across disciplines in order to address large-scale multi-disciplinary research challenges relating to language research.