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The Centre for Corpus Research supports the use of corpus analysis in research, teaching and learning. CCR provides access to a range of corpora and has a dedicated computer suite with specialist resources as well as an eye-tracking laboratory.
AHRC funded project
Bringing together researchers from corpus linguistics and statistics
Exploring Gender in Children’s Literature from a Cognitive Corpus Stylistic Perspective
Applications of Pattern Grammar to teaching and lexicography
We are proud to offer throughout the academic year a series of events including the annual John Sinclair Lecture.
In 2017, the Centre hosted the International Corpus Linguistics conference.
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