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Applied Corpus Linguistics

Edited by Eric Friginal and Paul Thompson

Applied Corpus Linguistics is a new, international peer-reviewed journal for the dissemination of research that reports or supports the applications of corpus linguistics methods, theories, applications, techniques and tools to a wide variety of real-world contexts.

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Summer Schools and Training Courses

This area contains an online registry where organizations and institutions may announce summer schools and short training courses relevant to linguistics.

The registry should be used only for summer schools that are one-off or have a specific focus, e.g., a Summer School in Corpus Management. Standing programs leading to an academic degree should be entered into the LINGUIST List Program Directory.


Browse A list of all available summer schools and training courses.
Guidelines Read the guidelines for submitting summer school and training course announcements.
Submit Submit a summer school or training course announcement (relevant to linguistics).
Update Modify or correct your summer school information by e-mailing the editor at summerschool Linguist List linguistlist.org. Please include the name and/or acronym of the summer school and the changes you would like to be made.


The LINGUIST List does not investigate summer schools, training courses or submitters. We cannot take responsibility for the quality of the summer schools or training courses announced on our website. The LINGUIST List strongly encourages summer school and training course organizers to use non-discriminatory standards in selecting participants and instructors. However, we have neither the right nor the means to enforce these standards.