Refereed Journal Articles
- 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).
- 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.
- Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2019. Keymorph analysis, or how morphosyntax informs discourse. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 15(1):39-70. DOI 10.1515/cllt-2016-0073.
- 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
- 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 1, data 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 Interpretation, ed. by M. Fidler and V Cvrček.
- 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.
- Fidler, M. 2018. Czech Onomatopoeia in Non-Artistic Genres: A Tricky Ambiguity. V zeleni drželi zeleni breg: Studies in Honor of Marc L. Greenberg, ed. by Stephen Dickey and Mark Lauersdorf. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, 57–78.
- 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)
- 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.
Conference Presentations and Invited Lectures
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Cvrček, V. 2013b. A tool for keyword analysis in Czech: A Needle in a Haystack Method. January 2013. AATSEEL National Conference.
- Fidler, M. and V. Cvrček. 2013c. Usage-based approach through keyword analysis. June, Alberta, Canada. ICLC (International Cognitive Linguistics Conference).
- Cvrček, V. and M. Fidler. 2013d. Not all keywords are made equal: How can we measure keyness? Corpus Linguistics Conference. July, Lancaster, UK.
- 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.
- 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).
- Cvrček, V. 2015. Why do we read the same text differently? Presentation at the Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning.
- Cvrček, V. 2015. On Some Methodological Issues of CADS: Language in Politics in Slavic speaking countries.
- 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.
- 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)
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Cvrček, V. 2019. A quantitative discourse prominence analysis of Sputnik Czech Republic. New Media Inspiration: Digital Humanities, Prague, October 19. 2019.
- 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.
- 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.
- Cvrček, V. 2020. Lingvistův pohled na antisystémové weby [A linguist's view on the antisystem webs]. New Media Inspiration. March 7, Prague.
- 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.