LINGUIST List 31.3100
Tue Oct 13 2020
Confs: Text/Corpus Ling/Online
Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <laurenlinguistlist.org>
Julia Lavid <lavid
International Webinar WocDit: Working with Corpora and Digital Tools in Language and Translation Studies: Practical Issues and Methodological Challenges E-mail this message to a friend
International Webinar WocDit: Working with Corpora and Digital Tools in Language and Translation Studies: Practical Issues and Methodological Challenges
Short Title: WocDit
Date: 19-Oct-2020 - 28-Oct-2020
Location: online at Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain
Contact: Julia Lavid
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: https://eventos.ucm.es/54526/detail/working-with-corpora-and-digital-tools-in-language-and-translation-studies_-practical-issues-and-me.html
Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics
Corpora and digital tools have become indispensable resources in many areas of language and translation studies. They open a world of opportunities for both research and teaching purposes, but they also raise practical and methodological challenges which deserve attention from researchers, teachers and students.
The excellence research group FUNCAP (Functional Linguistics and its Applications) at Universidad Complutense Madrid (UCM) (Facultad de Filología) has a long tradition and extensive experience in working with corpora and digital tools for linguistic and translation analysis involving English, Spanish and other languages, both through the development of research projects, innovative teaching activities and the organization of international conferences.
With the current International Webinar we aim at disseminating and sharing with the research community a number of practical issues and methodological challenges which emerge when working with corpora and digital tools in different types of research and teaching scenarios, or when integrating both.
Among the issues that will be presented and discussed at the Webinar we can mention the following:
- Use of corpora for specific linguistic and translation analysis;
- Use of corpus-query platforms for investigating linguistic and translation issues;
- Methodologies for annotating discourse categories in corpora and the challenges involved;
- Case studies using specific digital tools and corpora in language and translation teaching and research.
The presentations at the Webinar will be carried out by members of the FUNCAP research group as well as by invited colleagues from different European and American universities willing to share their experiences with the community.
We welcome the attendance of students, lecturers and researchers. Attendance to the Webinar is free but registration is necessary for each of the sessions. A certificate of attendance will be issued to those who request it.
Dr. Ana Frankenberg-García (University of Surrey)
Dr. Amir Zeldes (Georgetown University)
Dr. Dr. Natalie Kübler (Université de Paris)
Dr. Paloma Sánchez Hernández (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
You can download the programme and the abstracts for each of the sessions by visiting the Webinar’s page and clicking on each category.
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