ParlaCLARIN II: LREC2020 workshop on creating, using and linking parliamentary corpora with other types of political discourse

Parliamentary data is a major source of socially relevant content. It is available in ever larger quantities, is multilingual, accompanied by rich metadata, and has the distinguishing characteristic that it is spoken language produced in controlled circumstances which has traditionally been transcribed but is now increasingly released also in audio and video formats. All these factors require solutions related to structuring, synchronization, visualization, querying and analysis of parliamentary corpora.

Summer School ›The Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse (SKAD)‹

The organizers invite novice as well as experienced academics from a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to sociology, ethnology, political science, linguistics, psychology and educational science, to explore the potential of the Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse (SKAD) to studying discourses in the context of their own projects and research.<