Korpuslinguistik und interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Sprache (CLIP)

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Bennett, Paul / Durrell, Martin / Scheible, Silke / Whitt, Richard J. (Hrsg.): New Methods in Historical Corpora. 282 S. - Tübingen: Narr, 2013.
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Investigating the history of a language depends on fragmentary sources, but electronic corpora offer the possibility of alleviating the problem of ‘bad data’. However they cannot overcome it totally, and crucial questions thus arise of the optimal architecture for such a corpus, the problem of how representative even a large corpus can be of actual language use at a particular time, and how a historical corpus can best be annotated and provided with tools to maximize its usefulness as a resource for future researchers.
Immense strides have been made in recent years in addressing these questions, with exciting new methods and technological advances. The papers in this volume, which were presented at a conference on New Methods in Historical Corpora (Manchester 2011), exemplify the range of these developments in investigating the diachrony of languages as distinct as English, German, Latin, Spanish, French and Slovene and developing appropriate tools for the analysis of historical corpora in these languages.


Preface S. 7
I. Historical linguistic corpora: Some fundamental issues
Denison, David:
  Grammatical mark-up: Some more demarcation disputes S. 17
Nevalainen: Terttu:
  English historical corpora in transition: from new tools to legacy corpora? S. 37
Wegera, Klaus-Peter:
  Language data exploitation: design and analysis of historical language corpora S. 55
II. Historical linguistic corpora: Analysis, projects, and results
Auer, Anita / Fairman, Tony:
  Letters of artisans and the labouring poor (England, C. 1750-1835) S. 77
Degaetano-Ortlieb, Stefania / Kermes, Hannah / Lapshinova-Koltunski, Ekaterina / Teich, Elke:
  SciTex: a diachronic corpus for analyzing the development of scientific registers S. 93
Enrique-Arias, Andrés:
  On the usefulness of using parallel texts in diachronic investigations
Insights from a parallel corpus of Spanish medieval Bible translations
S. 105
Erjavec, Tomaž / Jelovšek, Alenka:
  A corpus-based diachronic analysis of Slovene clitics S. 117
Gilles, Peter / Ziegler, Evelyn:
  The Historical Luxembourgish Bilingual Database of Public Notices S. 127
Juska-Bacher, Britta / Mahlow, Cerstin:
  Phraseological change – a book with seven seals?
Tracing the diachronic development of German proverbs and idioms by a combination of corpus and dictionary analyses
S. 139
Kopaczyk, Joanna:
  Formulaicity in Scots historical corpora and the lexical bundles method S. 151
Röthlisberger, Melanie / Schneider, Gerold:
  Of-genitive versus s-genitive
A corpus-based analysis of possessive constructions in 20th-century English
S. 163
Ruano-García, Javier / García-Bermejo Giner, María F. / Sánchez-García, Pilar:
  Past tense BE forms in Late Modern Lancashire English
A preliminary corpus-based approach
S. 181
Timofeeva, Olga:
  Anglo-Latin and Old English
A Case for integrated bilingual corpus studies of Anglo-Saxon registers
S. 195
III. Historical linguistic corpora: Architecture, annotation, and tools
Henning, Mathilde:
  The Kassel Corpus of Clause Linking S. 207
Jurish, Bryan / Drotschmann, Marko / Ast, Henriette:
  Constructing a canonicalized corpus of historical German by text alignment S. 221
Linde, Sonja / Mittmann, Roland:
  Old German reference corpus: Digitizing the knowledge of the 19th century
Automated pre-annotation using digitized historical glossaries
S. 235
McGillivray, Barbara / Kilgrarriff, Adam:
  Tools for historical corpus research, and a corpus of Latin S. 247
Mehler, Alexander / Schwandt, Silke / Gleim, Rüdiger / Ernst, Alexandra:
  Inducing linguistic networks from historical corpora
Towards a new method in historical semantics
S. 257
Stein, Achim / Prévost, Sophie:
  Syntactic annotation of medieval texts
The Snytactic Reference Corpus of Medieval French (SRCMF)
S. 275