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CLiC and the Cadbury Research Library: The start of a collaboration

CLiC and the Cadbury Research Library: The start of a collaboration
Description
Read more about the beginning of the collaboration between the CLiC and GLARE projects with the Cadbury Research Library. The collaboration was kicked off with a seminar for library staff, introducing the CLiC web app and the opportunities it can offer to students, staff and visitors.
Date:
28/09/2018

Finding the biting point: Desire and biting males in Dickens's 'The Pickwick Papers' and 'The Old Curiosity Shop'

Finding the biting point: Desire and biting males in Dickens's 'The Pickwick Papers' and 'The Old Curiosity Shop'
Description
In this guest post on the CLiC Dickens Blog, Colette Ramuz explores textual patterns related to the mouth in a subsection of the CLiC corpus of Dickens's Novels.
Date:
31/08/2018

Distance-reading the feminine landscapes of The Awakening

Distance-reading the feminine landscapes of The Awakening
Description
In this guest post on the CLiC Dickens Blog Heather Froehlich shows that digital humanities is not all about big data but can also provide useful insights on a smaller scale. She demonstrates this with a case study of Kate Chopin's novella The Awakening.
Date:
29/06/2018

Servants and doors in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Servants and doors in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Description
In this guest post on the CLiC Dickens Blog teacher Claire Stoneman shares her passion for Victorian literature with a case study of servants and agency in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Date:
08/06/2018

CLiC on tour in China

CLiC on tour in China
Description
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).
Date:
25/05/2018

Re-examining Eating and Drinking in Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights

Description
In this post on the CLiC Dickens Blog, Maya Sfeir explores textual patterns of eating and drinking in Wuthering Heights.
Date:
18/05/2018

University of Birmingham's CLiC web app featured in Babel – The Language Magazine

University of Birmingham's CLiC web app featured in Babel – The Language Magazine
Description
Read more for details on the CLiC article in Babel and an announcement of a Digital Reading Competition.
Date:
11/05/2018

The fuzzy boundaries of language and literature

The fuzzy boundaries of language and literature
Description
Professor Michaela Mahlberg will be giving a plenary at CILC this week.
Date:
10/05/2018

Dickens, wooden legs and the Dickensian cyberspace

Dickens, wooden legs and the Dickensian cyberspace
Description
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.
Date:
12/04/2018

Revising Frankenstein with CLiC Dickens

Revising Frankenstein with CLiC Dickens
Description
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.
Date:
05/04/2018
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