Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 643.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Date: Mon, 05 Feb 2001 20:21:22 +0000
From: Dr Andrew Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Corpus Linguistics 2001
CORPUS LINGUISTICS 2001
30 March-2 April
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
The programme and registration details for Corpus Linguistics 2001 are now
As well as sessions on a range of corpus-related themes (including
historical corpora, computational linguistics, L2 corpus studies, genre
analysis, discourse analysis and text-linguistics, the lexicon, grammar,
and markup and annotation), the conference incorporates an afternoon of
lectures in honour of Geoffrey Leech.
We are looking forward to what promises to be a great conference.
(Local Committee, Corpus Linguistics 2001)
CORPUS LINGUISTICS, ANCIENT LANGUAGES, AND OLDER LANGUAGE PERIODS
29 March 2001
In connexion with Corpus Linguistics 2001, there will be a pre-session on
29 March with the theme: Corpus Linguistics, Ancient Languages, and Older
The aim of this session is for researchers working on various ancient
languages or historical language periods both to introduce their data sets
and to share their methodologies and problems. In line with the overall
aims of the conference, it is hoped that this exchange will lead to new
perspectives on, and solutions to, shared problems, and perhaps to new
cross-linguistic or methodological collaborations. The programme of
papers will conclude with an open discussion session on "The way forward
for corpus-based historical linguistics: links between technology and
corpus analysis", to which all participants are invited to contribute.
The provisional programme is available at:
Participants should register by completing the special workshops section
of the CL2001 registration form:
I look forward to what should be a very interesting event.
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