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Corpus-based Studies across the Humanities (CSH) is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes original and innovative, theoretical and applied/empirical corpus-based research in the Humanities. Recognising the increasing use of corpora across the Humanities, it aims to offer an interdisciplinary, transnational research forum for scholars from a wide range of sub-fields in the Humanities who carry out critical and original corpus-based research with highest scholarly standards in any area of the Humanities, encompassing linguistics, translation studies, the digital humanities, the medical humanities, film studies, philosophy, history, literature, law, art, and archaeology. It also welcomes contributions on the types of software for the development of corpora that support studies in the Humanities (from a computational angle). The language of the journal is English. The review section is to introduce and critically discuss the most important recent publications on corpus-based approaches as well as software development. CSH also publishes reviews of books relevant to corpus-based studies across the Humanities.
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Tony McEneryEnglish Language and Linguistics,Lancaster University, UKE-mail: email@example.com
Associate EditorsLei LeiInstitute of Corpus Studies and ApplicationsShanghai International Studies University, Shanghai, ChinaE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyung Hye KimDepartment of English Interpretation and TranslationDongguk University, South KoreaE-mail: email@example.com
Book Reviews EditorMuhammad AfzaalInstitute of Corpus Studies and ApplicationsShanghai International Studies University, Shanghai, ChinaE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisory boardClyde Ancarno (King’s college London, UK)Mona Baker (University of Oslo, Norway)Katherine Bode (Australian National University, Australia)Lynne Bowker (University of Ottawa, Canada)Eivind Engebretsen (University of Oslo, Norway)Hong Huqing (Shanghai International Studies University, China)Rita Lucarelli (USA)Saturino Luz (University of Edinburgh, UK)Emmanuel Ngué Um (University of Yaoundé 1, Cameroon)Binhua Wang (University of Leeds, UK)