27.3472, TOC: International Journal of Lexicography 29 / 3 (Jrnl)

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Date: Fri, 02 Sep 2016 10:34:46
From: Carolyn Napolitano [Carolyn.Napolitano at oup.com]
Subject: International Journal of Lexicography Vol. 29, No. 3 (Jrnl)

Publisher:	Oxford University Press
Journal Title:  Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (DSH) 
Volume Number:  31 
Issue Number:  3 
Issue Date:  2016 

Main Text:  

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Read Volume 31 Issue 3 online now at http://bit.ly/2bkTBJV 

Original articles:

Politics and the German language: Testing Orwell’s hypothesis using the Google
N-Gram corpus
By Paul Caruana-Galizia

Rolling stylometry
By Maciej Eder

A methodology for the semiautomatic annotation of EPEC-RolSem, a Basque corpus
labeled at predicate level following the PropBank-VerbNet model
By Ainara Estarrona, Izaskun Aldezabal, Arantza Díaz de Ilarraza, and María
Jesús Aranzabe

IMPACT: A tool for transcribing and commenting on oral data, for teaching,
learning, and research
By Jérôme Jacquin

Translation as an aid to ELT: Using an English–Spanish parallel corpus
(P-ACTRES) to study English both and its Spanish counterparts
By Belen Labrador


Digital Scholarly Editing. Theories, Models and Methods. Elena Pierazzo.
Reviewed by Elena Spadini and Anna-Maria Sichani

Corpus-Based Studies of Translational Chinese in English–Chinese Translation
(2015). Richard Xiao and Xianyao Hu.
Reviewed by Wenchao Su and Defeng Li

Thematic Section on Studia Stemmatologica: 

Introduction: Thematic Section on Studia Stemmatologica
By Tuomas Heikkilä and Teemu Roos

Analysis of variation significance in artificial traditions using Stemmaweb
By Tara L. Andrews

Lines of succession in an English ballad tradition: The publishing history and
textual descent of The Wandering Jew’s Chronicle
By Giles Bergel, Christopher J. Howe, and Heather F. Windram

The genealogy of texts: Manuscript traditions and textual traditions
By Barbara Bordalejo

Computer-assisted stemmatology in studying Paulus Juusten's 16th-century
chronicle Catalogus et ordinaria successio Episcoporum Finlandensium
By Marko Halonen

The silva portentosa of stemmatology: Bifurcation in the recension of Old
Norse manuscripts
By Odd Einar Haugen

Oral fairy tale or literary fake? Investigating the origins of Little Red
Riding Hood using phylogenetic network analysis
By Jamshid Tehrani, Quan Nguyen, and Teemu Roos

Four rules for the application of phylogenetics in the analysis of textual
By Peter Robinson

Open versus closed recensions (Pasquali): Pros and cons of some methods for
computer-assisted stemmatology
By Marina Buzzoni, Eugenio Burgio, Martina Modena, and Samuela Simion

Read now at http://bit.ly/2bkTBJV

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                     Discourse Analysis
                     Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Basque (eus)
                     English (eng)
                     Plautdietsch (pdt)
                     Spanish (spa)


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