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Anna Marchi

Adjunct professor

Department of Political and Social Sciences

Publications

BOOKS

Marchi, A. (2019) Self-reflexive Journalism. A corpus study of journalistic culture and community in the Guardian. London/New York: Routledge.

EDITED BOOKS

Taylor, C. and Marchi, A. (eds.) (2018) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. London/New York: Routledge.

Duguid, A., Marchi, A., Partington, A. and Taylor, C. (eds.) (2015) Gentle Obsessions: Literature, Linguistics and Learning: In Honour of John Morley. Siena: Artemide.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Marchi, A. (2018). Dividing up the data: Epistemological, methodological and practical impact of diachronic segmentation. In C. Taylor & A. Marchi (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. London/New York: Routledge, pp.

Marchi,A., Lorenzo-Dus, N. and Marsh, S. (2017) Churchill’s inter-subjective special relationship: a corpus-assisted discourse approach. In A. P. Dobson and S. Marsh (eds.) Churchill and the Anglo-American Special Relationship (Cold War History). London: Routledge, pp.171-201.

Partington, A. and Marchi, A. (2015) Using corpora in discourse analysis. In D. Biber and R. Reppen (eds.) Cambridge Handbook of English Corpus Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.216-234.

Marchi, A. (2015) A corpus-assisted analysis of reported speech in news discourse. The case of civil liberties and the Patriot Act in the American quality press. In A. Duguid, A. Marchi, A. Partington and C. Taylor (eds.), pp. 99-120.

Marchi, A. and Partington, A. (2012) Does “Europe” have a common historical identity? In P. Bayley and G. Williams (eds.) European Identity: What the Media say. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Marchi, A. and Taylor, C. (2009) Who Was Fighting and Who/What Was Being Fought? Identifying the participants in UK and US reporting of the Iraq war. In G. Garzone and P. Catenaccio (eds.) Identities across Media and modes: Discursive Perspectives. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. 259-87.

Marchi, A. and Taylor, C. (2009) Establishing the EU: The Representation of Europe in the Press in 1993 and 2005. In A. H. Jucker (ed.) Corpora Pragmatics and Discourse. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 203-26.

Marchi, A. and Venuti, M. (2009) Mark up and the narrative structure of TV news. In L. Haarman and L. Lombardo (eds.) Evaluation and stance in television news: a linguistic analysis of American, British and Italian news reporting of the 2003 Iraqi war. London: Continuum, pp. 27-47.

Cirillo, L. Marchi, A. and Venuti, M. (2009) The making of the CorDis Corpus: compilation and mark-up. In J. Morley and P. Bayley (eds.) Wordings of War: Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq War. London/New York: Routledge, pp. 13-33.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Marchi, A. and Marsh, S. (2016) Churchill, Fulton and the Anglo-American special relationship: setting the agenda? Journal of Transatlantic Studies 16(8): 1-18.

Germond, B., McEnery, T. and Marchi, A. (2016). The EU’s Comprehensive Approach as the Dominant Discourse: A Corpus-Linguistics Analysis of the EU’s Counter-Piracy Narrative. European Foreign Affairs Review

Marchi, A. (2010) The ‘moral in the story’: a diachronic investigation of lexicalised morality in the UK press. Corpora. Volume 5, pp. 161-189.

Marchi, A. and Taylor, C. (2009) If on a Winter’s Night Two Researchers… A Challenge to Assumptions of Soundness of Interpretation. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines 3(1): 1–20.

BOOK REVIEWS

Marchi, A. (2019). Book review: Buckledee S. (2018). The Language of Brexit: How Britain Talked Its Way Out of the European Union. London/ New York: Bloomsbury. CADAAD Journal 11(1): 84–87.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Cirillo, L. Marchi. A and Venuti, M. (2007) The CorDis Corpus: Mark-up and related issues. Proceedings from the Corpus Linguistics Conference Series Vol 2 No 1 Corpus Linguistics 2007.