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Fri Feb 10 2012

Confs: Linguistics and Literature/UK

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        1.     Michaela Mahlberg , Mixed Methods Approaches to Dickens & Characterization


Message 1: Mixed Methods Approaches to Dickens & Characterization
Date: 09-Feb-2012
From: Michaela Mahlberg <michaela.mahlbergnottingham.ac.uk>
Subject: Mixed Methods Approaches to Dickens & Characterization
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Mixed Methods Approaches to Dickens & Characterization

Date: 10-May-2012 - 10-May-2012
Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom
Contact: Michaela Mahlberg
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cral/events/dickens-symposium.aspx

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Meeting Description:

This symposium will illustrate innovative approaches to both Dickens
Studies and studies of characterization more generally. Scholars from both
language and literature will present cutting-edge research that suggests a
mixed methods approach to the study of characterization in literary texts
and specifically the novels by Charles Dickens. The talks will address the
concept of character in the framework of cognitive poetics, Dickens's
characters in the context of popular culture, corpus methods and the tool
CLiC for literary texts, psycholinguistic methods to investigate the
reading process and the psychological reality of characters, Dickens and
book history, and the reading experience in the 19th century.

Confirmed speakers

Professor Juliet John, Professor in Victorian Literature, Royal Holloway
University of London
Professor Peter Stockwell, Professor of Literary Linguistics, University of
Nottingham
Professor Josephine Guy, Professor of Modern English Literature, University
of Nottingham
Dr. Kathy Conklin, Lecturer in Psycholinguistics, University of Nottingham
Dr. Michaela Mahlberg, Associate Professor in English Language and Applied
Linguistics, University of Nottingham
Dr. Catherine Smith, Technical Officer, Institute for Textual Scholarship
and Electronic Editing, University of Birmingham
Dr. Simon Preston, RCUK Research Fellow, School of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Nottingham

Introduction to the Symposium by

Professor Brean Hammond, Professor of Modern English Literature, University
of Nottingham




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