Research Summer Schools

The Research Summer Schools take place under the aegis of The ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS), which is the recipient of The Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education, and UCREL, one of the world's leading and longest-established centres for corpus-based research.

Postgraduate Research Student

Corpus linguistics for Language studies

Corpus Linguistics for Language Studies is aimed at students studying Linguistics or Language studies, who want to develop skills in corpus methods. Sponsored by UCREL at Lancaster University – one of the world's leading and longest-established centres for corpus-based research – this summer school is the sixth event in a highly successful series that began in 2011

Corpus linguistics for Language studies

Postgraduate Research Student Talking in a Seminar

Corpus Linguistics for Social Science

Corpus Linguistics for Social Studies is aimed at students and researchers from different social science disciplines (sociology, political science, social anthropology, education, economics etc.) who are interested in analysing language data using quantitative (corpus) methods. Participants in this summer school are not expected to have any background in (corpus) linguistics, but basic computational skills are assumed.

Corpus Linguistics for Social Science

Postgraduate Research Student Talking in a Seminar

Corpus Linguistics for the Humanities

Corpus Linguistics for the Humanities is aimed at students and researchers from disciplines of the Humanities (history, literature, creative writing, gender studies etc.) who are interested in analysing language data using quantitative (corpus) methods. Participants in this summer school are not expected to have any background in (corpus) linguistics, but basic computational skills are assumed.

Corpus Linguistics for the Humanities

Postgraduate Research Student Talking in a Seminar

Statistics for Corpus Linguistics

Statistics for Corpus Linguistics is aimed at students and researchers with a background in corpus linguistics who wish to learn more about the use of statistics to explore language corpora. No prior knowledge of statistics is required.

Statistics for Corpus Linguistics