Linguistic Annotation, the Reunification of Linguistics and Philology, and the Reinvention of the Humanities for a Global Age

@article{Crane2011LinguisticAT,
  title={Linguistic Annotation, the Reunification of Linguistics and Philology, and the Reinvention of the Humanities for a Global Age},
  author={Gregory R. Crane},
  journal={JLCL},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={11}
}
This paper addresses the critical role that treebanks in particular and linguistic annotation in general must play if the Humanities are to advance the intellectual life of society as a whole. During the twentieth century we saw a rise in specialization that not only separated the practices of philology and linguistics among different researchers but wholly separate (and sometimes conflicting) departments. The reunification of linguistics with philology is an essential element in the evolution… CONTINUE READING

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