Historical Discourse

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Panel chaired by Alan Partington.

A Corpus-Driven Analysis of Responsibility in Irish Oral History Documents ★

Christopher Fitzgerald University of Limerick

Christopher.fitzgerald@ul.ie
@writestuffchris

[long paper]

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Challenges in historical corpus analyses of discourse relations: a case study in Old Church Slavonic (OCS) ★

Nilo PedrazziniUniversity of Oxford

nilo.pedrazzini@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk
@samovar_samovar

[short paper]

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Discourses of ‘suddenness’ in 55,000 early English books

Justyna Robinson, Susan Fitzmaurice & Seth Mehl – University of Sussex

[short paper]

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Stability and change of concepts in legal speech: Corpus-based sociolinguistic analysis of the Old Bailey Voices Corpus

Justyna Robinson, Julie Weeds, Fraser Dallachy & Tim Hitchcock
University of Sussex / University of Glasgow

[short paper]

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“We used to go there but now we fear it”. A corpus-assisted study of the development of market as a concept over time

Claes OhlssonLinnæus University

claes.ohlsson@lnu.se

[long paper]