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DH Seminar: Modelling short-term and long-term semantic change: from ancient languages to emoji.

A Digital Humanities seminar
Date26 October 2022
Time15:30 to 17:00
PlaceOnline

Digital Humanities Lab seminar series. Barbara McGillivray: "Modelling short-term and long-term semantic change: from ancient languages to emoji." Online only.

Barbara is lecturer in Digital Humanities and Cultural Computation at the Department of Digital Humanities of King's College London and a Turing Research Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute. She is also Editor in Chief of the Journal of Open Humanities Data. Her research focusses on computational methods for language change and her most recent book is Applying Language Technology in Humanities Research. Design, Application, and the Underlying Logic, co-authored with Gábor Mihály Tóth and published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2020.

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