The three winners of the GLARE competition visited campus today, where Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Michael Whitby, presented them with a certificate and a set of signed books by author Robin Stevens.
Literature festival invites academics to speak on the art of political rhetoric, storytelling, 19th century literature and wetland archaeology.
We are releasing the brand-new version 2.0 of the CLiC web app with a refreshed look, many new features and additional texts. As part of the upgrade, the CLiC server will be down on Thursday 7 March.
Hold the date for our one-day Glare symposium on April 5 2019
Four of the five films and podcasts launched this week by the University for its 'Fantastic Research' campaign feature academics from the College of Arts and Law.
To mark the halfway point of the GLARE project, Dr. Anna Cermakova will be giving a talk at Heidelberg University.
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.
Lois Burke writes for GLARE on how corpora of literary texts and using specialised software to search through these corpora can enrich both literary and socio-cultural studies.
GLARE invited Professor Susan Hunston to offer an expert commentary on plastic, word frequencies, and corpus research.
GLARE is delighted and honoured to announce that their project will cooperate with the award-winning children's writer Robin Stevens.
Several members of the Centre for Corpus Research will be presenting their most recent work.
Latest post from the GLARE project blog.