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Authorial Attribution: Traditional and Non-Traditional Approaches in the Digital Age

Location
TBC
Dates
Thursday 9 July 2015 (10:00-16:00)
Hugh-Craig

WORKSHOP LEADER(S): Dr Gillian Wright (English Literature) and Dr Mel Evans (English Language and Applied Linguistics)

This workshop is part of the work we are undertaking with Institute of Advanced Studies Distinguished Visiting Fellow Professor Hugh Craig and will explore the interdisciplinary boundary between language and literature, specifically in the role of computational analysis to study questions of style and authorship, especially in the field of digital humanities.

Other internal attendees (name and School):

Dr Hugh Adlington, Department of English Literature, EDACS
Professor Susan Hunston, Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics, EDACS
Dr Tom Lockwood, Department of English Literature, EDACS
Professor Valerie Rumbold, Department of English Literature, EDACS
Dr Paul Thompson, Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics, EDACS

To register to attend this workshop please email Sarah Jeffery.

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