This year’s programme for the Lancaster Summer School in Interdisciplinary Digital Methods has been announced. These will be held at Lancaster University, UK 14-17th July 2015. This year’s offerings include: the ERC Summer School in GIS for the Digital Humanities, a course that has run successfully for a number of years, and a new course in Corpus Methods for the Humanities. There are also three other courses in corpus methods which may be of relevance: Corpus Linguistics, Statistics for Corpus Linguists, and Corpus Approaches to Social Science.
The courses are open to all but are primarily aimed at PhD students and early career researchers who want a thorough grounding in the topic. All courses are free to attend but places are limited and advanced registration is required.
For more details see: http://ucrel.lancs.ac.uk/summerschool/index.php. For informal enquiries about the GIS course please contact Ian Gregory (I.Gregory@lancaster.ac.uk<mailto:I.Gregory@lancaster.ac.uk>). For enquiries about the other courses please contact Katarina Pardula (K.Pardula@lancaster.ac.uk<mailto:K.Pardula@lancaster.ac.uk>) in the first instance.