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Beihang University visiting the Centre for Corpus Research

Beihang University visiting the Centre for Corpus Research
Description
A delegation from Beihang University is visiting the Centre for Corpus Research on 13 and 14 December to explore opportunities for collaboration.
Date:
14/12/2016

Call for papers

Call for papers
Description
Crossing borders in the insular Middle Ages, c. 900-1500, the second biennial conference in the series, to be held at the University of Birmingham, 3-5 April 2017.
Date:
12/12/2016

Paul Thompson invited speaker at the University of Stirling

Paul Thompson invited speaker at the University of Stirling
Description
Paul Thompson is an invited speaker at a one day British Academy funded event on the theme 'Researching, teaching and learning English for Academic Purposes (EAP): Perspectives from Corpus Linguistics (CL)'
Date:
09/12/2016

Dr Ruth Page giving a guest lecture at the University of Macau

Dr Ruth Page giving a guest lecture at the University of Macau
Description
Dr Ruth Page is visiting the University of Macau to give an guest lecture on effective publishing practices, 8-13 December.
Date:
09/12/2016

David Lodge portrait unveiled

David Lodge portrait unveiled
Description
Steve Ellis reports from the University Library unveiling.
Date:
08/12/2016

Michaela Mahlberg at the Hay Festival

Michaela Mahlberg at the Hay Festival
Description
Professor Michaela Mahlberg, interviewed at the Hay Festival, talks about Corpus Linguistics as a method of quickly surveying word usage in texts and illustrates how we can use it to analyse Dickens.
Date:
29/11/2016

One-minute movie competition 2016-2017

One-minute movie competition 2016-2017
Description
The Department of Film and Creative Writing is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 One-Minute Movie Competition. First prize is an Amazon Kindle Fire HD! There will also be two runner-up prizes of Amazon vouchers.
Date:
21/11/2016

A broadly usage-based account of British Sign Language syntax

A broadly usage-based account of British Sign Language syntax
Description
Dr Adam Schembri is a co-investigator on a new AHRC project, 'A Broadly Usage-Based Account of British Sign Language Syntax'.
Date:
16/11/2016

Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships internal application process

Description
Fellowships to be held in the College of Arts and Law at the University of Birmingham commencing between 1 September 2017 and 1 May 2018.
Date:
14/11/2016
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