Month: October 2011

the ‘real’ Jane Austen, textual study, & historical linguistics

the ‘real’ Jane Austen, textual study, & historical linguistics

a Jane-ite trawling the internet would be confronted with an unimaginably large number of Austen biographies, fan sites, images, and editions – as well as an array of films and adaptations and even wilder extensions of the Victorian moral canon (in Google-ese: a search for […]

txs virginia (x2) and linguistic visualization

txs virginia (x2) and linguistic visualization

just wrapped up assisting EAPSU (entirely new to me but great to work with) members with their fall conference which was held at Bloomsburg. This year’s conference theme was English in the Digital Age: Developments in Language, Literacy,and Literature, and among the highlights were the […]

digital archives and historical linguistics

digital archives and historical linguistics

It is challenging to write about my work while I’m in the midst of it, since proposals, abstracts, and indeed project tasks and oversight require tremendous amounts of time and attention… Stealing away to write for a moment, however, makes a lot of sense just […]