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Darja is a corpus linguist focusing on language resource creation and integration of corpus-linguistics methods and natural language processing with SSH disciplines. She is a member of WP2 in the ARENAS Project which examines the characterisation and detection of extremist narratives. Some of her published work is available here and here.
Jure is a historian focused on parliamentarism and contemporary political history of Central and South Eastern Europe. He is a member of WP3 in the ARENAS project, engaged in all the tasks that examine the circulation of extremist narratives. As Task 3.3 leader he is particularly focused on the circulation of extremist narratives in national and transnational political contexts. As part of this Task, INZ in Ljubljana will organise a seminar on mapping the national, transnational, and translinguistic circulation of extremist narratives in National Parliaments and the European Parliament. Links to his published work can be found here.
Tjaša is a historian specialising in the political history of Slovenia 1989–2004. She is interested in the politics of memory in East-Central Europe. For the ARENAS project she will be working on WP3 (The examination of the circulation of extremist narratives) and WP6 (Ethics, Norms and Politically Sensitive Science). Some of her published work can be accessed here and here.
Kristina is a corpus linguist focusing on parliamentary and social media discourse, in particular, its socially unacceptable aspect. As a member of WP2 and WP3 on the ARENAS project she will have a role in examining the characterisation and detection of extremist narratives and in the circulation of extremist narratives. Links to some of her published work can be found here and here.