Corpus-based Datathons to Support Collaborative, Student-driven Debates on the Key European Values of Sustainability and Democracy
Funded by Erasmus+, seeks to hone students’ skills in critical reflection and complexity thinking, with a particular focus on the negotiation of key concepts underpinning shared civic values in various and often competing discourses on democracy and sustainability.

The Medicalisation of Democratic Rights in the Debate about Abortion (MEDRA): The US, Ireland and Argentina
Funded by UiO:Democracy, this project explores how medical knowledge is mobilized in debates about abortion through corpus-based analysis.

Circle U. Chair Programme: The Politics of Sustainability in Global Health
Designing and testing a corpus-assisted datathon model for student-led, empirically informed debate of key concepts in the sustainability agenda.

EquityAMR – Digital Equity in Antimicrobial (AMR) policy and practice
Building equity in digital global health: the case of antimicrobial resistance in low and lower-middle-income countries


Baker, M. and H. Jones (eds) (2020) Genealogies of Knowledge: Tracing the Mediation of Political and Scientific Concepts across Time and Space, special issue of Humanities and Social Sciences Communications.

Baker, M. ‘Rehumanizing the Migrant: The translated past as a resource for refashioning the discourse of the (radical) left’, Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. 

Buts, J., M. Baker, S. Luz, and E. Engebretsen (2021) ‘Epistemologies of evidence-based medicine: A plea for corpus-based conceptual research in the medical humanities.’ Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 

Buts, J. (2020) ‘Phobia: A corpus study of political diagnostics.’ Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. 

Engebretsen, E. and M. Baker (2022) Rethinking Evidence in the Time of Pandemics: Scientific vs Narrative Rationality and Medical Knowledge Practices, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Jones, H. (2019) ‘Shifting Characterizations of the ‘Common People’ in Modern English Retranslations of Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War’, Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 5(135)

Luz, S. and S. Sheehan (2020) ‘Methods and visualisation tools for the analysis of medical, political and scientific concepts in Genealogies of Knowledge’, Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 6(49)

Pérez-González, P. (2020) ‘‘Is Climate Science Taking over the Science?’: A corpus-based study of competing stances on bias, dogma and expertise in the blogosphere’, Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 7(92).

Pérez-González, P. (2020) ‘The government is following the science’: Why is the translation of evidence into policy generating so much controversy?‘, London School of Economics Impact of Social Sciences Blog.