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CLiC Dickens Day announcement

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A blog post announcing the CLiC Dickens Day on 1 December: a half-day of talks and workshop activities will be followed by an evening programme consisting of a drinks reception and a dramatic Dickens reading.
Date:
13/10/2017

Corpus Triangulation: Combining Data and Methods in Corpus-Based Translation Studies

Corpus Triangulation: Combining Data and Methods in Corpus-Based Translation Studies
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The latest book from Dr Sofia Malamatidou, Lecturer in Translation Studies at Birmingham, was published earlier this month.
Date:
30/09/2017

Donald Trump and the language of populism

Donald Trump and the language of populism
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Professor Susan Hunston writes for the Birmingham Brief
Date:
06/09/2017

Phraseology: a critical assessment

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Dr Nicholas Groom will be an invited speaker at the Idiomaticity workshop, University of Oslo, 1-2 September 2017.
Date:
31/08/2017

Corpus Stylistics at CL2017

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A blog post describing the CLiC talks and other corpus stylistics research presented at the CL2017 conference in Birmingham.
Date:
07/08/2017

'Colorful language' and Big Data - linguistics in the digital age

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Professor Michaela Mahlberg presents the latest Birmingham Brief.
Date:
03/08/2017

Workshop on the Applications of Pattern Grammar

Workshop on the Applications of Pattern Grammar
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Susan Hunston and Gill Francis presented on the applications of Pattern Grammar (Hunston and Francis 1999) to Language Teaching and Lexicography.
Date:
03/08/2017

A century-old Abraham Lincoln mystery may finally have an answer

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Professorial Fellow Jack Grieve's research featured on TIME.
Date:
19/07/2017

Quick update from the CLiC Dickens team: conference season

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A blog post describing the events that the CLiC Dickens team will be involved in over the summer.
Date:
17/07/2017

Twitter is useful for many things—including (unexpectedly) for studying dialects

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Jack Grieve's research on using multi-billion word corpora of geo-coded Twitter data to map regional linguistic variation in British and American English was featured in the Economist.
Date:
14/07/2017
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