In June Professor Michaela Mahlberg, who has been leading the CLiC project, will give a keynote at the 4th Corpus Linguistics in China Conference and then speak at Beihang University (Beijing) and Southwest University (Chongqing).
In this post on the CLiC Dickens Blog, Maya Sfeir explores textual patterns of eating and drinking in Wuthering Heights.
Several members of the Centre for Corpus Research will be presenting their most recent work.
Read more for details on the CLiC article in Babel and an announcement of a Digital Reading Competition.
Professor Michaela Mahlberg will be giving a plenary at CILC this week.
In this post on the CLiC Dickens Blog, Emma Curry demonstrates how different materials across the 'Dickensian Cyberspace' can be cross-referenced to inform research – with a case study of Dickensian wooden legs.
In the run-up to the GCSE English exams, teacher Beth Kemp provides an example on the of how the CLiC web app can aid revision. Read her case study of Frankenstein on the CLiC Dickens Blog.
In their Conversation article, Dr Anna Cermakova and Prof Michaela Mahlberg write about gender imbalance in children's literature – with examples from the ChiLit corpus.
"With less than fifty days until the Literature exams, this exciting new approach could not have fallen into teachers' hands at a better time!" In her guest post on the CLiC Dickens Blog, teacher Katherine Howard (Brockington College, South Leicestershire) writes about using the CLiC web app for GCSE English revision with a case study of 'A Christmas Carol'.
The CLiC web app has been featured as a resource by the Digital Literary Stylistics Special Interest Group at the University of Basel's Digital Humanities Lab. Check out the guest post introducing CLiC on the accompanying SIG_DLS (Doing Digital Literary Stylistics) Blog.
Dr Nicholas Groom, Professor Susan Hunston and Dr Florent Perek will be participating in the Colloquium 'Constructions in Applied Linguistics: Innovation and Application of Corpus-based Construction Grammar' at AAAL 2018, Chicago, Sunday 25 March 2018.
In her guest post for the CLiC Dickens Blog, teacher Lorraine Adriano shares her experience of implementing the CLiC web app in her English classroom.