Scholars and students of EU studies, comparative politics, media studies, and linguistics.
Edited by Paul Bayley, Professor of English Language and Linguistics, Faculty of Political Science, University of Bologna at Forlì, and Geoffrey Williams, Professor of Linguistics, Pro Vice-Chancellor for International Relations, University of South Brittany
Paul Bayley has held teaching posts at the Universities of Padua and Macerata. He has published widely on various aspects of political language, discourse analysis, and corpus linguistics. He is Professor of English Language and Linguistics at the University of Bologna where he teaches academic English and analysis of political language.
Geoffrey Williams lectures in corpus linguistics, lexicography, and the use of the Text Encoding Initiative for data management. He has published widely in corpus linguistics and lexicography. He is currently President of EURALEX and the French Association for Applied Linguistics - AFLA. He is Professor of Linguistics and Pro Vice-Chancellor for International Relations at the University of South Brittany, member of the European University of Brittany.
1: Paul Bayley and Geoffrey Williams: Introduction: Exploring the IntUne Corpus
Part I Representing Europe: Its Nations and its Institutions
2: Nathalie Dugalès and Gordon Tucker: Representations of Representation: European Institutions in the French and British Press
3: Geoffrey Williams, Roberta Piazza, and Delphine Giuliani: Nation and Supernation: A Tale of Three Europes
4: Joanna Thornborrow, Louann Haarman and Alison Duguid: Discourses of European Identity in British, Italian, and French TV News
Part II Representing Europe: Its People and its Citizens
5: Anna Marchi and Alan Partington: Does 'Europe' Have a Common Historical Identity?
6: Paul Bayley, Delphine Giuliani, and Vanessa Serret: Semantic Constructions of Citizenship in the British, French, and Italian Press
7: John Morley and Charlotte Taylor: Us and Them: How Immigrants are Constructed in British and Italian Newspapers
8: Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk and Jerzy Tomaszczyk: We in the Union: A Polish Perspective on Identity
9: Marco Venuti, Silvia de Candia, Mikolaj Deckert, and Christophe Ropers: Legitimated Persons and Vox Populi Attitudes Towards Europe in French, Italian, Polish, and UK TV news
10: John Morley: Conclusions: Speaking in Tongues about Europe