Corpus linguistics: past, present and potential

A day of talks celebrating, exploring and interrogating the Past, Present and Potential of corpus linguistics from interdisciplinary perspectives.

The Corpus Linguistics satellite of Language@Leeds, in collaboration with BAAL Corpus Linguistics Special Interest Group, invites you to a free day of talks celebrating, exploring and interrogating the Past, Present and Potential of corpus linguistics from interdisciplinary perspectives.

The event will feature the following keynote speakers:

Dr Isobelle Clarke, Lancaster University ‘Approaching Discourse in Corpora using Multiple Correspondence Analysis‚Äč

Dr David Wright, Nottingham Trent University ‘Corpora and the evolution of forensic linguistics

 

The event is open to all academic staff. Early career researchers, postgraduate researchers, MA and undergraduate students are especially welcome.

The event will take place on campus at the University of Leeds. All talks will also be livestreamed on the day, for those who are unable to make the trip to Yorkshire.

Find out more and register for free here.