Corpus Linguistics in Scotland annual event: Diachrony through Corpora

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/12/2016
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
University of Edinburgh - Medical School, Teviot Place, 01M.469 Teaching Room 12 (Doorway 3)

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On Friday, 2 December 2016, the Angus McIntosh Centre for Historical Linguistics will host the annual meeting of the Corpus Linguistics in Scotland network.

The topic for this year is “Diachrony through Corpora” and the aim of the meeting is to provide a networking opportunity for people interested in exploring diachronic questions in corpora, regardless of the period and/or language. Moving away from a diachronic focus on a single area of linguistic analysis, e.g. morphology or lexicon, we hope to gain new insights from cross-disciplinary outlooks within corpus linguistics.

EVENT SCHEDULE

10:00-10:15 Registration
10:15-10:30 Welcome and introduction

TALKS
10:30-11:00 Benjamin Molineaux (Edinburgh): Spelling variation in historical corpora: A window to sound change
11:00-11:15 Discussion

11:15-11:45 Robert Truswell (Edinburgh) : Diachronic syntax with and without parsed corpora
11:45-12:00 Discussion

12:00-13:30 Lunch break (own arrangements)

13:30-14:00 Wendy Anderson (Glasgow): Warp and weft: following lexical threads in diachronic corpora
14:00-14:15 Discussion

14:15-14:45 Coffee break at Jim McMillan Room (Teviot Place, School of History, Classics Archeology, Doorway 4, Room 1.31)

PG SESSION
14:45-15:00 Hiroshi Yadomi (Glasgow): The Corpus of Sermons in Early Modern England: Methodological issues in corpus-based idiolectal analysis
15:00-15:15 Anna D. Havinga (Aberdeen): Code-switching in late medieval council registers from Aberdeen
15:15-15:30 Karoliina Ollikainen (Glasgow): References to authority in early English medical writing
15:30-15:45 Daisy Smith (Edinburgh): Presenting statistical analysis to historical linguists
Abstracts are available here.
15:45-16:00 Discussion in groups
16:00-16:20 Reports

16:20-17:00 Feedback and closing

 

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.

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