In this episode, Laura interviews Tamsin Parnell, a linguistics researcher whose doctoral work focuses on identities, discourses, and division around Brexit.
Tamsin is a research associate at the University of Warwick, visiting lecturer at Birmingham City University, and is interested in media and political discourses.
In this episode, Tamsin (and her cat Willow!) join Laura to talk about Brexit, covid-19, immigration, and how to reduce inflammatory speech and division.
Tamsin’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tamsinparnell
Tamsin’s twitter: @tamsinparnell
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