Electronic Resources for Historical Linguists. Part 1: Medieval Studies

multipaper session
  1. 1. Christian Kay

    University of Glasgow

Child sessions
  1. The Middle English Grammar Project, Jeremy Smith, Simon Horobin
  2. Two Historical Linguistic Atlases, Margaret Laing, Keith Williamson
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This session and session 8.1 on Monday 24 July will introduce a range of resources of particular interest to historical linguists and to those concerned with the development of text corpora and databases. Each of today's papers will be followed by discussion, but major issues may also be raised at the group discussion on Monday.

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Conference Info

In review


Hosted at University of Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

July 21, 2000 - July 25, 2000

104 works by 187 authors indexed

Affiliations need to be double-checked.

Conference website: https://web.archive.org/web/20190421230852/https://www.arts.gla.ac.uk/allcach2k/

Series: ALLC/EADH (27), ACH/ICCH (20), ACH/ALLC (12)

Organizers: ACH, ALLC

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  • Language: English
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