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Corpus Research in Early Modern English

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Summary: We are an interdisciplinary research group which is combining established areas of research excellence at Lancaster University. The emergent synthesis is generating unique methods and approaches to the study of early modern language and culture. Pioneering and field-changing research projects are already under way. The aim of CREME is to transform scholarly understanding of early modern England by applying the methods of corpus linguistics to the complete corpus of texts made available via Early English Books Online (EEBO), Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) and other historical corpora.

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