Talk on tagging time with CATMA in Wuppertal/Germany
Wuppertal’s second narratological panel for postgraduate students “Zeit(en) erzählen. Narrative Verfahren – komplexe Konfigurationen” (July 7-9, 2011) includes the talk “Tagging in a ‘huge meadow of time’ – Analysen der Zeit mit Hilfe des Programmes CATMA” (“Analyses of time with the help of CATMA”) by Lena Schüch. The talk illustrates how the temporal structure of William Faulkner’s short story “A rose for Emily” can be described by using combined queries for tagged relative dates and tenses.
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