Registration open for Corpus Linguistics Summer School (CCR, University of Birmingham)

Dear all,

registration is now open for the CCR Summer School 2016:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/corpus/events/corpus-linguistics-summer-school.aspx

Centre for Corpus Research, University of Birmingham 

Corpus Linguistics Summer School 2016

 

20-24 June 2016

 

The summer school is open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students, as well as researchers who want to improve their skills to apply corpus methods in their own research. The programme combines presentations on cutting-edge research with practical hands-on sessions. There will also be the opportunity for participants to present their own work and receive feedback from our expert team. Given the specialised nature of the programme, a basic understanding of corpus linguistics is required.

 

Topics of sessions include:

 

·      Standard corpus tools and specialised software

·      Collocations, patterns and networks

·      Statistics (with R) in corpus linguistics

·      Corpus Stylistic Analysis methods

·      Python essentials for corpus linguists

·      Corpus linguistics and mixed methods approaches

 

A detailed programme will be published closer to the time.

Teachers of the summer school:

 

Gareth Carrol, Lecturer in Psycholinguistics, University of Birmingham
Johan de Joode, Research Fellow in Corpus Linguistics, University of Birmingham
Stefan Evert, Professor of Corpus Linguistics, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Stefan Th. Gries, Professor of Linguistics, University of California, US
Susan Hunston, Professor of English Language, University of Birmingham
Andrew Kehoe, Associate Professor, School of English, Birmingham City University 
Michaela Mahlberg, Professor of Corpus Linguistics, University of Birmingham
Lorenzo Mastropierro, Teaching Fellow, University of Birmingham 
Pablo Ruano, Teaching Assistant, University of Extremadura, Spain
Simon Preston, Assistant Professor, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham
Paul Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Corpus Linguistics, University of Birmingham
Viola Wiegand, Research Assistant, University of Birmingham
 

 

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