22nd June 2017 by

Video: Professor Peter Stockwell discussing the interface of corpus stylistics and cognitive poetics

In this short video, Professor Peter Stockwell, CI on the CLiC Dickens project, discusses the opportunities of using corpus stylistic techniques to interrogate cognitive poetic insights. He gives the example of using corpus linguistic methods to identify textual evidence spread across a text for the cognitive poetic notion of ‘mind-modelling’. If you’re interested in this particular line of research, have a look at the article ‘Mind-modelling with corpus stylistics in David Copperfield (Stockwell & Mahlberg 2016). More output from the CLiC Dickens project is also listed on our website.

Author: Viola Wiegand

I am a research fellow on the AHRC-funded CLiC Dickens project. My research interests focus on the use of corpus linguistic tools to identify meaning in texts.

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