(Last update on any part of the website: 31 July 2018)



Recent news and upcoming events · · · since 1 April 2018, I have a 25% position as a Chair of English Linguistics (corpus linguistics with a focus on quantitative methods) at the Justus-Liebig University Giessen · · · my paper on diachronic behavioral profiles with Marlies Jansegers has just appeared ahead-of-print in Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory · · · my paper on over- and underuse and multifactoriality was just accepted for publication in the Journal of Second Language Studies · · · I will teach a course on corpus linguistics at the 2019 LSA Linguistics Institute at UC Davis (24 June - 21 July 2019) · · · I will teach a course on regression modeling for LCR/SLA at the University of Warsaw (10 June - 15 July 2019) · · · I will give a lecture at a 3-day PhD course on Phraseology, Lexicography and Terminology at Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway (17-19 October 2018) · · · I will give 10 plenary talks again at the China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics (8-12 October 2018) · · · I will give a plenary lecture at the American Association for Corpus Linguistics conference 2018 at Georgia State University (20-22 September 2018) · · · I will teach two sessions on text analysis with R in the course BAN432 'Applied Textual Data Analysis for Business and Finance' at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway (17-19 October 2018) · · · I will teach a bootcamp on statistical modeling at Maria Curie - Skłodowska University (3-7 September 2018) · · · I will teach a bootcamp on statistical modeling at the University of Erfurt (27-31 August 2018) · · · I have just been invited to write a paper on 'Managing synchronic corpus data with the British National Corpus' for the MIT Open Handbook of Linguistic Data Management to be published by The MIT Press · · · the Chinese translation of the second edition of my statistics textbook is scheduled to appear in August 2018 · · · the Brazilian Portuguese translation of the second edition of my statistics textbook is nearing completion · · · Scooby's website still has only 20 pages