This post reflects on the Digital Humanities Masterclass 2018 (#DHMasterclass) in which I participated at the German Historical Institute in Paris. [There’s an institute like this in London as well, by the way!] The masterclass was meant to bring together researchers working with digital tools and historical materials (particularly with autobiographical sources) from France and Germany … Continue reading “Inspiration for corpus linguistics and stylistics: #dhmasterclass”
CLiC 1.6 release: new interface & more books!
We are excited to announce a new release of CLiC, which takes us up to version 1.6. (Technical reader can have a look at the changes to the code in our Github repository!) The delegates of the Integrating English 2017 conference were the first to use the live CLiC 1.6 release on Friday 3 November, … Continue reading “CLiC 1.6 release: new interface & more books!”
Corpus Stylistics at CL2017
As promised in our recent post on the conference season, we participated in the CL2017 conference at the University of Birmingham (one of our home institutions!) last week. The conferences in the CL series bring together researchers from all areas of corpus linguistics and provide an opportunity to see how corpus methods are applied in so … Continue reading “Corpus Stylistics at CL2017”
Quick update from the CLiC Dickens team: conference season
Like many other academics, the CLiC Dickens team is currently busy preparing for a variety of events and conferences over the summer. We will both show how to use the CLiC web app and present insights that we have gained from using CLiC as a research tool ourselves. So the coming weeks will be exciting! … Continue reading “Quick update from the CLiC Dickens team: conference season”