Research Outputs

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2015. A data-driven analysis of reader viewpoints: Reconstructing the historical reader using keyword analysis. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 23 (2).
  2. Fidler, M. 2016. The others in the Czech Republic: Their image and their languages. In Multilingualism and Minorities in the Czech Sociolinguistic Space, a special issue of International Journal of the Sociology of Language, ed. by Lida Cope and Eva Eckert, 238 (2): 37-58.
  3. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2019. Keymorph analysis, or how morphosyntax informs discourse.  Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory15(1):39-70. DOI 10.1515/cllt-2016-0073.
  4.  Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2020. In the name of scientific precision: Václav Havel’s Ptydepe. Artificial Languages in Czech Literature, a special issue of Slavic and East European Journal.  Laura A. Janda, ed.  64(2). Summer, 260-283.

Peer-reviewed book chapters

  1. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2017. Probing aspectual context with keyword analysis.  In Each Venture a New Beginning: Studies in Honor of Laura A. Janda, ed. A. Makarova, S. M. Dickey, and D. Divjak. Bloomington, IN: Slavica. Accompanying data (data 1data 2)
  2. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2018.  Introduction to Taming the Corpus: From Inflection and Lexis to Interpretation In Taming the Corpus: From Inflection and Lexis to Interpretationed. by M. Fidler and V Cvrček.
  3. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2018. A multi-level corpus-assisted discourse analysis of Sputnik Czech Republic.  In Taming the Corpus: From Inflection and Lexis to Interpretation, ed. by M. Fidler and V Cvrček.
  4. Fidler, M. 2018. Czech Onomatopoeia in Non-Artistic Genres: A Tricky Ambiguity. zeleni drželi zeleni breg: Studies in Honor of Marc L. Greenberg, ed. by Stephen Dickey and Mark Lauersdorf. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, 57–78.
  5. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2019. More than keywords: Discourse prominence analysis of the Russian web portal Sputnik Czech Republic. In Political discourse in Central, Eastern and Balkan Europe, ed. A. Salamurovič and M. Berrocal. Benjamins. 93-117. https://doi.org/10.1075/dapsac.84.05cvr (Review of the book by Višnja Čičin-Šain, Journal of Language and Politics (Published online: 3 Apr 2020, 1–4. doi 10.1075/jlp.20008.cicissn 1569–2159 / e-issn 1569–9862) 
  6. Fidler, M.  2019. The power of "not saying who" in Czech onomatopoeia. Ideophones, Mimetics and Expressives, ed. by K. Akita and P. Prashant. Benjamins. 200-227.

Edited volume

Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. ed. 2018. Taming the Corpus: From Inflection and Lexis to Interpretation. Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Conference Presentations and Invited Lectures

  1. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2012a. A keyword analysis of totalitarian texts: A case study. August, 2012. Annual Conference of the Slavic Linguistics Society, University of Kansas, USA.
  2. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2012b. Analysis of keywords in Czech political texts. A Needle in a Haystack Method. Bologna. September 2012. CADS (Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies) Conference.
  3. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2013a. Keyword analysis with a usage-based perspective: A preliminary study in Czech. January 2013. AATSEEL (American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages) National Conference. 
  4. Cvrček, V. 2013b. A tool for keyword analysis in Czech:  A Needle in a Haystack Method. January 2013. AATSEEL National Conference.
  5. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2013c. Usage-based approach through keyword analysis. June, Alberta, Canada. ICLC (International Cognitive Linguistics Conference). 
  6. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2013d. Not all keywords are made equal: How can we measure keyness? Corpus Linguistics Conference. July, Lancaster, UK.
  7. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2014a. Usage-­based "grammar" of discourse and topic-hood in two 19th century texts in Czech. February, SCLA (Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association) Conference. 
  8. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler 2014b. Prezidentské projevy: Analýza tématické výstavby a řečvých strategií pomocí KWords [Czech Presidential speeches: Analysis of their thematic structures and speech strategies using KWords]  September,  The Corpus Linguistic Conference in Prague, Czech Republic. (The presentation concerns usefulness of inflectional-grammatical information, which is explicit in an inflected language such as Czech, to analyze speech strategies). 
  9. Cvrček, V. 2015. Why do we read the same text differently?  Presentation at the Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning.
  10. Cvrček, V. 2015. On Some Methodological Issues of CADS: Language in Politics in Slavic speaking countries. 
  11. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2015. What grammatical morphemes tell us about discourse: A key"morph" analysis of Czech presidential speeches. The 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, July 2015, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
  12. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2016. An alternative viewpoint of agitprop? A corpus-based analysis of the news-opinion portal Sputnik Česká republika. January. Austin, TX. AATSEEL National conference (powerpoint).   (abstract from the program)
  13. Fidler, M. 2016. Probing sound and meaning with corpus data in Czech: A pilot study. Presented at the NINJAL International Symposium: Mimetics in Japanese and Other Languages of the World (Dec 17-18), National Institute of the Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tokyo, Japan.
  14. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2017. Grammatical case infroms discourse and ideology: Corpus-assisted keymorph analysis of Sputnik Czech Republic. Presented at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. July 14. Tartu, Estonia. 
  15. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2018. Power and artificial language: Václav Havel's Memorandum. Presented at the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages. February 2. Washington DC. 
  16. Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2019. Up close and personal vs. bird's-eye view of discourse: A corpus study of perspective using Czech data. International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. August 7, Nishinomiya, Japan. 
  17. Cvrček, V. 2019.   A quantitative discourse prominence analysis of Sputnik Czech Republic. New Media Inspiration: Digital Humanities, Prague, October 19. 2019. 
  18. Fidler, M. 2019. Flexe a neflexe jazyka a vytváření obrazu (image-representation) v diskurzu.  [Inflection and non-inflection of language and creation of image in discourse]. 1. konference české asociace kognitivní lingvistiky [The first conference of the Czech Cognitive Linguistics Association]. November 21-22, 2019. Plenary lecture. Delivered in Czech, ppt in English.  
  19. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2020. Anti-system web portals and their network of meaning: a corpus-based approach in Czech. Presented at the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, February 7, San Diego.
  20. Cvrček, V. 2020. Lingvistův pohled na antisystémové weby [A linguist's view on the antisystem webs]. New Media Inspiration. March 7, Prague. 
  21. Fidler, M. and V. Cvrěk. 2020. Corpus-based approaches to disinformation (“anti-system”) online media discourse. Language and Power in a Czech Setting. University of Stockholm. November 11.