Publications and resources

Citing CLiC

When you use CLiC in your work, please cite this article:

  • Mahlberg, M., Stockwell, P., Joode, J. de, Smith, C., & O’Donnell, M. B. (2016). CLiC Dickens: novel uses of concordances for the integration of corpus stylistics and cognitive poetics. Corpora, 11(3), 433–463. (open access)

If possible, please also include a link to clic.bham.ac.uk.

Publications from the CLiC Dickens project

  • Mahlberg, M., Stockwell, P., Joode, J. de, Smith, C., & O’Donnell, M. B. (2016). CLiC Dickens: novel uses of concordances for the integration of corpus stylistics and cognitive poetics. Corpora, 11(3), 433–463. (open access)
  • Mahlberg, M. & Stockwell, P. (2016). Point and CLiC: teaching literature with corpus stylistic tools, in M. Burke et al. (eds.) Scientific Approaches to Literature in Learning Environments (pp. 251-267). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (PDF from academia.edu)
  • Mahlberg, M. (2016). Corpus Stylistics. In V. Sotirova (ed.) The Bloomsbury Companion to Stylistics (pp. 139-156). London & New York: Bloomsbury.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2015). Corpus Linguistics. In M. Giovanelli, A. Macrae, F. Titjen and I. Cushing (eds.) English Language and Literature: A/AS Level for AQA Student Book (pp. 284-286). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stockwell, P & Mahlberg, M. (2015). Mind-modelling with corpus stylistics in David Copperfield, Language and Literature, 24(2), 129-147. (open access).

Resources

  • Download the data associated with the ‘CliC Dickens’ paper published in Corpora (Mahlberg et al. 2016)

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