Det humanistiske fakultet (kart)
Niels Henrik Abels vei 36
Public lecture by Dr Alpo Honkapohja, postdoctor at the University of Edinburgh.
Elizaveta Khachaturyan, ILOS
Université Catholique de Louvain
Øystein Heggelund, HSN
The project combines corpus-based contrastive analysis and learner corpus research in a quest to survey English-Norwegian contrasts in the interface between lexis and grammar.
The earliest written evidence of the Greek language is comprised of inscriptions from ca. XIV-XII B.C., written in a syllabic script which we call Linear B and was deciphered only in 1952. The language of the inscriptions is referred to as Mycenaean Greek. This project aims at creating a complete, annotated and searchable corpus of the texts written in Linear B.
The group provides a forum for the discussion of topics related to corpus linguistics and other aspects of English language research.