Published on 05 April 2014

I’ve had two new publications published recently.

  • Richard Littauer, Sean G. Roberts, James Winters, Rachael Bailes, Michael Pleyer, Hannah Little (2014). From the Savannah to the Cloud: Blogging Evolutionary Linguistics Research. In: L. McCrohon, B. Thompson, T. Verhoef, H. Yamauchi, eds., The Past, Present and Future of Language Evolution Research: Student Volume of the 9th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, pp.121-132. Tokyo, Japan: Evolang 9 Organizing Committee. bib
  • Richard Littauer, Boris Villazon-Terrazas, Steven Moran (2013). Linguistic Resources Enhanced with Geospatial Information. In: C. Chiarcos, P. Cimiano, T. Declerck, J. McCrae, eds., Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Linked Data in Linguistics (LDL-2013): Representing and linking lexicons, terminologies and other language data, pp. 53-58. Pisa, Italy: Association for Computational Linguistics. bib

I’m pretty proud of both of them. The first is a description of what we’re doing over at Replicated Typo, and how we hope the field of linguistics and academic research can change. I haven’t posted much there recently, but it’s a good overview of academic blogging in general.

The second is a really cool test study of the power of linked data to map out GIS, and how we can use this in Linguistics.