The Northern Renaissance Seminar in association with CREME:
‘To set the word against the word’: new directions in early modern textual analysis
Saturday 22 February 2014
Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences Building
Meeting Room 3
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I recently wrote a post for the CASS website on the process of developing a tagged and index version of EEBO-TCP for use in the CQPweb system here at Lancaster.
Paul Rayson represented CREME at this year’s EEBO-TCP conference in Oxford, which ran yesterday and today. Slides are available linked here.
Two members of CREME have given talks at the Lancaster Summer Schools in Interdisciplinary Digital Methods.
Stephen Pumfrey gave a plenary address today, talking about his corpus-based research using the Early English Books Online resource.
Also, Ian Gregory gave a plenary talk earlier in the week about the use of corpus data in Geographical Information Systems.
The summer school event rolls together three separate courses for PhD students and junior researchers in linguistics and other humanities/social science subjects:
- The UCREL Summer School in Corpus Linguistics
- The ESRC Summer School in Corpus Approaches to Social Science
- The ERC Summer School in GIS for the Digital Humanities
All three are linked by the central theme of corpus-based methods. The summer school event will be running again in 2014.