@article{cllc_1, pages = {Article 3-Article 3}, author = {Anstey, Peter and John Burrows}, title = {John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, and the Authorship of Two Medical Documents.}, year = {2009}, journal = {Electronic British Library Journal}, issue = { }, type = {Journal Article}, url = {http://www.bl.uk/eblj/2009articles/article3.html}, keywords = {authorial attribution, John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, computational stylistics} } @article{cllc_3, author = {Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan}, title = {Who Wrote the Women's Movement Articles in The Saturday Review?}, year = {2008}, journal = {Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies}, issue = {4.3 }, type = {Journal Article}, url = {http://www.ncgsjournal.com/issue43/antonia.htm}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, women's movement, Saturday Review} } @article{cllc_4, author = {Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan}, title = {Checking some Wellesley Index Attributions by Empirical 'Internal Evidence': The Case of Blackie and Burton.}, year = {2011}, journal = {Authorship}, issue = {Fall 1.1 }, type = {Journal Article}, url = {http://www.authorship.ugent.be}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Wellesley Index, John Stuart Blackie, John Hill Burton, Tait's Edinburgh Magazine} } @article{cllc_5, author = {Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan}, title = {Identifying Anne Mozley's Contributions to the Christian Remembrancer: A Computational Stylistic Approach.}, year = {2014}, journal = {Victorian Literature and Culture}, issue = {2 42 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Christian Remembrancer, Anne Mozley} } @article{cllc_2, author = {Antonia, Alexis, Hugh Craig and Jack Elliott}, title = {Language chunking, data sparseness, and the value of a long marker list: explorations with word n-grams and authorial attribution.}, year = {2013}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {doi:10.1093/llc/fqt028}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, word n-grams, statistical analysis} } @proceedings{cllc_6, author = {Bourke, Sid, A. Holbrook, H. Craig, T. Lovat, K. Holmes and E. Prieto-Rodriguez}, title = {Matching and understanding the context and language of PhD examiner reports.}, location = {San Diego, CA}, year = {2009}, journal = {2009 AERA Annual Meeting Online Program}, issue = { }, type = {Conference Paper}, keywords = {computational stylistics, PhD examiners' reports, context and language} } @article{cllc_7, pages = {992-1009}, author = {Bryant, Lois, E. Spencer, A. Ferguson, H. Craig, K. Colyvas and L. Worrall}, title = {Propositional Idea Density in aphasic discourse}, year = {2013}, journal = {Aphasiology}, issue = { 27 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1080/02687038.2013.803514 |}, keywords = {computational stylistics, propositional idea density, aphasic discourse} } @article{cllc_8, pages = {17-41}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {"Nothing out of the Ordinary Way": Differentiation of Character in the Twelve Most Common Words of "Northanger Abbey", "Mansfield Park", and "Emma".}, year = {1983}, journal = {British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies}, issue = { vi }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Jane Austen, common words. Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park, Emma, characterisation} } @article{cllc_9, pages = {9-23}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Modal Verbs and Moral Principles: an Aspect of Jane Austen's Style.}, year = {1986}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = {i }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Jane Austen, modal verbs, textual analysis} } @article{cllc_10, pages = {78-93}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {The Reciprocities of Style: Literary Criticism and Literary Statistics'.}, year = {1986}, journal = {Essays and Studies}, issue = { ns xxxix }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, statistical methodology, textual analysis} } @book{cllc_11, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Computation into Criticism: A Study of Jane Austen's Novels and an Experiment in Method.}, location = {Oxford}, publisher = {Clarendon Press}, year = {1987}, issue = { }, type = {Book}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Jane Austen, textual analysis, statistical methodology} } @article{cllc_12, pages = {61-70}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Word-Patterns and Story-Shapes: the Statistical Analysis of Narrative Style.}, year = {1987}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { ii }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, statistical analysis, textual analysis, narrative style} } @article{cllc_13, pages = {309-321}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {"An Ocean where each Kind ...": Statistical Analysis and some Major Determinants of Literary Style.}, year = {1989}, journal = {Computers and the Humanities}, issue = { xxiii }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, statistical methodology, textual analysis} } @article{cllc_14, pages = {551-565}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {"A Vision" as a Revision?}, year = {1989}, journal = {Eighteenth-Century Studies}, issue = { xxii }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, A Vision, textual analysis} } @article{cllc_15, pages = {234-241}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {I Lisp'd in Numbers: Fielding, Richardson, and the Appraisal of Statistical Evidence.}, year = {1991}, journal = {The Scriblerian}, issue = { xxxiii }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, statistical methodology} } @article{cllc_19, pages = {91-110}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Not unless you ask nicely: The Interpretative Nexus between Analysis and Information.}, year = {1992}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { vii }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, textual analysis, statistical methodology} } @article{cllc_21, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Numbering the Streaks of the Tulip? Reflections on a Challenge to the Use of Statistical Methods in Computational Stylistics.}, year = {1996}, journal = {Computers in the Humanities Working Papers}, issue = { }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, statistical methodology} } @article{cllc_27, pages = {267-287}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {"Delta": a Measure of Stylistic Difference and a Guide to Likely Authorship."}, year = {2002}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 17 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, methodology, statistical analysis, delta} } @article{cllc_28, pages = {677-699}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {The Englishing of Juvenal: Computational Stylistics and Translated Texts.}, year = {2002}, journal = {Style}, issue = { 36 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Juvenal, translation theory} } @article{cllc_30, pages = {5-32}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Questions of authorship: Attribution and Beyond, the Roberto Busa Award Lecture (2001).}, year = {2003}, journal = {Computers and the Humanities}, issue = { 37 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship, delta} } @article{cllc_32, pages = {281-297}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Andrew Marvell and the 'Painter Satires': A Computational Approach to their Authorship.}, year = {2005}, journal = {Modern Language Review}, issue = { 100 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Andrew Marvell, Painter satires} } @article{cllc_34, pages = {437-450}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Who wrote Shamela? Verifying the Authorship of a Parodic Text.}, year = {2005}, journal = {Literary and Lingustis Computing}, issue = { 20 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, Shamela, parodic satire} } @article{cllc_35, pages = {27-47}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {All the way through: Testing for Authorship in Difference Strata.}, year = {2007}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 22 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, methodology, statistical analysis, delta, iota, zeta} } @inbook{cllc_37, pages = {76-91}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {Mulgrave, Dryden, and An Essay upon Satire.}, publisher = {Script and Print 33}, year = {2009}, journal = {Superior in his Profession: Essays in Memory of Harold Love.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Mulgrave, Dryden, Essay upon Satire} } @article{cllc_39, pages = {355-392}, author = {Burrows, John}, title = {A Second Opinion on "Shakespeare and Authorship Studies in the Twenty-First Century".}, year = {2012}, journal = {Shakespeare Quarterly}, issue = { 63 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorial attribution} } @article{cllc_40, pages = {427-453}, author = {Burrows, John and Anthony Hassall}, title = {"Anna Boleyn" and the Authenticity of Fielding's Feminine Narratives.}, year = {1988}, journal = {Eighteenth-Century Studies}, issue = { xxi }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Henry Fielding, Anna Boleyn, feminine narratives} } @article{cllc_41, pages = {69-102}, author = {Burrows, John and Anthony Hassall}, title = {Sarah and Henry Fielding and the Authorship of The History of Ophelia.}, year = {2006}, journal = {Script and Print}, issue = { 30 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Henry Fielding, Sarah Fielding, History of Ophelia, authorship} } @article{cllc_45, pages = {18-30}, author = {Burrows, John and Harold Love}, title = {The Role of Stylistics in Attribution: Thomas Shadwell and "The Giants' War".}, year = {1998}, journal = {Eighteenth-Century Life}, issue = { 22 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Thomas Shadwell, Giant's War} } @article{cllc_46, pages = {151-175}, author = {Burrows, John and Harold Love}, title = {Attribution Tests and the Editing of Seventeenth-century Poetry.}, year = {1999}, journal = {Yearbook of English Studies}, issue = { 29 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, seventeenth century poetry} } @article{cllc_42, pages = {1-24}, author = {Burrows, John and Hugh Craig}, title = {Lyrical Drama and the "Turbid Mountebanks": Styles of Dialogue in Romantic and Renaissance Tragedy.}, year = {1994}, journal = {Computers and the Humanities}, issue = { 28 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1007/BF01830688}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Renaissance tragedy, Romantic tragedy, lyrical drama, dialogue style} } @inbook{cllc_47, pages = {148-172}, author = {Burrows, John and H. Love}, title = {Did Aphra Behn write "Caesar's Ghost"?}, location = {Melbourne}, publisher = {Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand}, year = {1999}, journal = {The Culture of the Book: Essays presented to Wallace Kirsop.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Aphra Behn, Caesar's Ghost} } @article{cllc_43, pages = {259-282}, author = {Burrows, John and Hugh Craig}, title = {Lucy Hutchinson and the Authorship of Two Seventeenth-Century Poems: a Computational Approach.}, year = {2001}, journal = {The Seventeenth Century}, issue = { 16 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Lucy Hutchinson, seventeenth century poetry} } @article{cllc_44, pages = {292-309}, author = {Burrows, John and Hugh Craig}, title = {Authors and Characters.}, year = {2012}, journal = {English Studies}, issue = { 93 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, characterisation} } @article{cllc_48, pages = {180-214}, author = {Burrows, John and Peter Anstey}, title = {John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, and the "Smallpox Manuscripts".}, year = {2013}, journal = {English Manuscript Studies}, issue = {18 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, smallpox manuscripts} } @book{cllc_16, author = {Burrows, John, Alexis Antonia and Lou Burnard}, title = {The Complete Works of Jane Austen, Electronic Edition.}, location = {Oxford}, publisher = {Clarendon Press}, year = {1992}, journal = {Oxford Electronic Text Library}, issue = { }, type = {Electronic Book}, keywords = {Jane Austen, Complete Works, electronic edition} } @inbook{cllc_17, pages = {167-204}, author = {Burrows, John; Christopher Butler}, title = {Computers and the Study of Literature.}, location = {Oxford,}, publisher = {Blackwell}, year = {1992}, journal = {Computers and Written Texts: an Applied Perspective.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, computers, study of literature} } @inbook{cllc_29, pages = {169-179}, author = {Burrows, John; Creagh Cole}, title = {Computational Stylistics: a Sketch of our Present Strengths and Limitations}, location = {Sydney}, publisher = {University of Sydney in association with the Australian Academy of the Humanities}, year = {2003}, journal = {Computing Arts 2001}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, methodology strengths & limitations} } @inbook{cllc_33, pages = {1474-1477}, author = {Burrows, John; D.A. Cruse, Franz Hundsnurcher, et. al. Lexikologie}, title = {Jane Austen, invited contribution}, location = {Berlin}, publisher = {de Gruyter}, year = {2005}, journal = {Lexicology. Ein internationals Handbuch zur Natur und Strucktur von Worten and Wortschatzen}, issue = { vol. ii }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Jane Austen} } @inbook{cllc_20, pages = {89-108}, author = {Burrows, John; Deryck Schreuder}, title = {Computers and the Idea of Authorship.}, location = {Canberra}, publisher = {Australian Academy of the Humanities}, year = {1995}, journal = {The Humanities and a Creative Nation: Jubilee Essays.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship} } @inbook{cllc_24, pages = {189-210}, author = {Burrows, John; Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster}, title = {Style}, location = {Cambridge}, publisher = {University Press}, year = {1997}, journal = {The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, stylistic analysis} } @inbook{cllc_22, pages = {115-132}, author = {Burrows, John; Geoffrey Little}, title = {A Strange and Self-Abuse? The Authorship of "A Panyegyric on the Reverend Dean Swift".}, location = {Sydney}, publisher = {Challis Press}, year = {1996}, journal = {Imperfect Apprehensions: Essays in Honour of G.A. Wilkes.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {authorship attribution, Dean Swift, computational stylistics} } @inbook{cllc_26, pages = {133-144}, author = {Burrows, John; Gerhard Lauer, et al.}, title = {Computers and the Idea of Authorship}, location = {Tübingen}, publisher = {Niemeyer Verlag}, year = {1999}, journal = {Fotis Jannidis. Rückkehr des Autors. Zur Erneuerung eines umstrittenen Begriffs}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship} } @inbook{cllc_25, pages = {681-695}, author = {Burrows, John; Harold Love}, title = {A Computational Approach to the Rochester Canon: an Appendix.}, location = {Oxford}, publisher = {Clarendon}, year = {1999}, journal = {The Complete Works of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Rochester canon, authorial attribution} } @inbook{cllc_18, pages = {36-53, 241-9}, author = {Burrows, John; Margaret Harris & Elizabeth Webby}, title = {Fossicking about the Territory: Testing for Specimens of an Australian Narrative Dialect.}, location = {Sydney}, publisher = {Sydney University Press/Oxford University Press}, year = {1992}, journal = {Reconnoitres: Essays in Honour of G. A. Wilkes.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Australian narrative dialect, statistical analysis} } @inbook{cllc_36, pages = {397-419}, author = {Burrows, John; Michael P. Zuckert and Derek A. Webb}, title = {The Authorship of Two Sets of Anti-Federalist Papers: A Computational Approach.}, location = {Indianapolis}, publisher = {Liberty Fund}, year = {2009}, journal = {The Anti-Federalist Writings of the Melancton Smith Circle.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Anti-Federalist Papers} } @inbook{cllc_23, pages = {1-33}, author = {Burrows, John; Susan Hockey and Nancy Ide}, title = {Tiptoeing into the Infinite: Testing for Evidence of National Differences in the Language of English Narrative.}, location = {Oxford}, publisher = {Clarendon}, year = {1996}, journal = {Research in Humanities Computing '92.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, national differences, English narrative} } @inbook{cllc_31, pages = {323-347}, author = {Burrows, John; Susan Schreibman et al.}, title = {Textual Analysis}, location = {Oxford}, publisher = {Blackwell}, year = {2004}, journal = {A Companion to Digital Humanities}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, textual analysis} } @inbook{cllc_38, pages = {23-35}, author = {Burrows, John; Willard McCarty}, title = {Never say always again: Reflections on the Numbers Game.}, location = {London}, publisher = {Open Book Publishers}, year = {2010}, journal = {Text and Genre in Reconstruction.}, issue = {The Wisbey Lecture for 2006, King's College, London. }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, statistical analysis} } @article{cllc_49, pages = {51-66}, author = {Connors, Louisa}, title = {An Unregulated Woman: A Computational Stylistics Analysis of Elizabeth Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam, The Faire Queene of Jewry.}, year = {2006}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 21 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Elizabeth Carey, Tragedy of Mariam, closet drama} } @article{cllc_50, author = {Crabb, Peter, Alexis Antonia and Hugh Craig}, title = {Who Wrote 'A Visit to the Western Goldfields'? Using Computers to Analyse Language in Historical Research.}, year = {2014}, journal = {History Australia}, issue = { }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Australian goldfields journalism} } @article{cllc_51, pages = {180-186}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Plural pronouns in Roman plays by Shakespeare and Jonson.}, year = {1991}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 6 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1093/llc/6.3.180}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Roman plays, plural pronouns} } @article{cllc_52, pages = {103-113}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Authorial attribution and computational stylistics: if you can tell authors apart, have you learned anything about them?}, year = {1999}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 14 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship} } @article{cllc_53, pages = {221-240}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Contrast and change in the idiolects of Ben Jonson characters.}, year = {1999}, journal = {Computers and the Humanities}, issue = { 33 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Ben Jonson, idiolects, characterisation} } @article{cllc_55, pages = {243-259}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {The weight of numbers: common words and Jonson's dramatic style.}, year = {1999}, journal = {Ben Jonson Journal}, issue = { 6 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, common words, Ben Jonson, statistical analysis} } @article{cllc_56, pages = {32-54}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Grammatical modality in English plays from the 1580s to the 1640s.}, year = {2000}, journal = {English Literary Renaissance}, issue = { 30 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, English plays 1580-1640, grammatical modality} } @article{cllc_57, pages = {119-134}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Is the author really dead? An empirical study of the authorship in English Renaissance drama.}, year = {2000}, journal = {Empirical Studies in the Arts}, issue = {2 18 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, Renaissance drama} } @article{cllc_58, pages = {14-33}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {An image of the times: Ben Jonson's revision of "Every Man in his Humour".}, year = {2001}, journal = {English Studies}, issue = { 82 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Ben Jonson, Every Man in his Humour, textual analysis} } @article{cllc_60, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Common-words frequencies, Shakespeare's style, and the Elegy by W.S..}, year = {2002}, journal = {Early Modern Literary Studies}, issue = { 8 }, type = {Journal Article}, url = {http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/08-1/craistyl.htm}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorial attribution, common words, Elegy} } @article{cllc_62, pages = {312-314}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Brian Vickers, Counterfeiting Shakespeare: Evidence, Authorship, and John Ford's Funerall Elegye.}, year = {2003}, journal = {Shakespeare Quarterly}, issue = {3 54 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, John Forde, Funeral Elegy} } @article{cllc_64, pages = {462-464}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {MacD. P. Jackson, Defining Pericles as a Test Case.}, year = {2004}, journal = {Shakespeare Quarterly}, issue = {4 55 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, Pericles} } @article{cllc_66, pages = {381-381}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Guest Editor's Introduction.}, year = {2005}, journal = {Literary and Liguistic Computing}, issue = { 20 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics} } @proceedings{cllc_67, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Papers from Computing Arts 2004 @ Newcastle. Literary and Linguistic Computing}, location = {Newcastle}, year = {2005}, journal = {Computing Arts 2004 @ Newcastle}, issue = {4 20 }, type = {Conference Paper}, keywords = {computational stylistics, computing humanities} } @article{cllc_68, pages = {496-498}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Words that Count : Essays on Early Modern Authorship in Honor of MacDonald P. Jackson.}, year = {2005}, journal = {Shakespeare Quarterly}, issue = { 56 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, early modern authorship, statistical analysis} } @article{cllc_69, pages = {85-88}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Hugh Craig reviews The Stylometric Analysis of 'Faustus, from the German of Goethe'.}, year = {2008}, journal = {The Coleridge Bulletin}, issue = { 32 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Goethe, Faustus} } @article{cllc_70, pages = {281-288}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {'Speak, That I May See Thee': Shakespeare Characters and Common Words.}, year = {2008}, journal = {Shakespeare Survey}, issue = { 61 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1017/CCOL9780521898881.021}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, characters, common words} } @article{cllc_75, pages = {1-15}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Style, statistics and new models of authorship.}, year = {2010}, journal = {Early Modern Literary Studies}, issue = { }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, statistics} } @article{cllc_76, pages = {273-293}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {A and an in English Plays, 1580-1639.}, year = {2011}, journal = {Texas Studies in Literature and Language}, issue = {53 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Definite article, English Plays 1580-1639} } @article{cllc_77, pages = {53-74}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Shakespeare's vocabulary: Myth and reality.}, year = {2011}, journal = {Shakespeare Quarterly}, issue = { 62 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1353/shq.2011.0002}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare's vocabulary} } @article{cllc_78, pages = {147-174}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {Shakespeare, John Davies of Hereford, and 'A Lover's Complaint'.}, year = {2012}, journal = {Shakespeare Quarterly}, issue = {2 63 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, John Davies of Hereford, A Lover's Complaint} } @article{cllc_81, pages = {38-54}, author = {Craig, Hugh}, title = {The Date of Sir Thomas More.}, year = {2013}, journal = {Shakespeare Survey}, issue = { 66 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Sir Thomas More, chronological analysis} } Notice: Undefined index: journal article in /home/hri/Website/cllcbiblio/admin/PublicCredify.php on line 374 @{cllc_114, pages = {67-86}, author = {Craig, Hugh & Alexis Antonia}, title = {Six Authors and the Saturday Review: A quantitative Approach to Style.}, year = {2015}, journal = {Victorian Periodicals Review}, issue = {Vol. 48, Number 1}, type = {journal article} } @inbook{cllc_83, pages = {1-14}, author = {Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney}, title = {Introduction.}, location = {Cambridge}, publisher = {Cambridge University Press}, year = {2009}, journal = {Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship} } @inbook{cllc_84, pages = {15-39}, author = {Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney}, title = {Methods.}, location = {Cambridge}, publisher = {Cambridge University Press}, year = {2009}, journal = {Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, methodology} } @inbook{cllc_85, author = {Craig, Hugh and John Burrows; Marilyn Deegan and Willard McCarty}, title = {A Collaboration about a Collaboration: the Authorship of King Henry VI, Part Three.}, location = {London}, publisher = {Ashgate}, year = {2012}, journal = {Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, King Henry VI, Part Three, authorship} } @article{cllc_86, pages = {37-52}, author = {Craig, Hugh and Russell Whipp}, title = {Old spellings, new methods: automated procedures for indeterminate linguistic data.}, year = {2010}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = {1 25 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, old spellings, automated procedures} } @book{cllc_74, author = {Craig, Hugh, A. F. Kinney, Philip Palmer and Timothy Irish Watt}, title = {Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship.}, location = {Cambridge}, publisher = {Cambridge University Press}, year = {2010}, issue = { }, type = {Book}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship} } @article{cllc_72, pages = {916-926}, author = {Craig, Hugh, Osvaldo A. Rosso and Pablo Moscato}, title = {Shakespeare and Other English Renaissance Authors as Characterized by Information Theory Complexity Quantifiers.}, year = {2009}, journal = {Physica A}, issue = { 388 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, Information Theory Complexity Quantifiers} } @inbook{cllc_65, pages = {273-288}, author = {Craig, Hugh; Susan Schreibman et al.}, title = {A Stylistic Analysis and Authorship Studies.}, location = {Oxford}, publisher = {Blackwell}, year = {2004}, journal = {A Companion to the Digital Humanities.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, stylistics} } @inbook{cllc_71, pages = {162-180}, author = {Craig, Hugh; Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney}, title = {The 1602 additions to The Spanish Tragedy.}, location = {Cambridge}, publisher = {Cambridge University Press}, year = {2009}, journal = {Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, Spanish Tragedy 1602 additions} } @inbook{cllc_73, pages = {40-77}, author = {Craig, Hugh; Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney}, title = {The three parts of Henry VI}, location = {Cambridge}, publisher = {Cambridge University Press}, year = {2009}, journal = {Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, Henry VI} } @inbook{cllc_63, pages = {123-131}, author = {Craig, Hugh; Creagh Cole}, title = {A Computation into criticism, 1987-2001.}, location = {Canberra}, publisher = {Australian Academy of the Humanities}, year = {2003}, journal = {Computing Arts 2001.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, computing humanities 1987-2001} } @inbook{cllc_54, pages = {210-232}, author = {Craig, Hugh; Martin Butler}, title = {Jonsonian chronology and the styles of "A Tale of a Tub".}, location = {Basingstoke}, publisher = {Macmillan, Houndmills}, year = {1999}, journal = {Presenting Ben Jonson: Text, History, Performance.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Ben Jonson, Tale of a Tub, textual analysis, chronological analysis} } @article{cllc_87, pages = {267-290}, author = {Drew, John and H. Craig}, title = {Did Dickens write 'temperate temperance'?: An attempt to identify authorship of an anonymous article in All the Year Round'.}, year = {2011}, journal = {Victorian Periodicals Review}, issue = { 44 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, All the Year Round, Charles Dickens, authorial attribution, Temperate Temperance} } @article{cllc_89, author = {Ferguson, Alison, E. Spencer, H. Craig and K. Colyvas}, title = {Propositional Idea Density in women's written language over the lifespan: Computerized analysis.}, year = {2013}, journal = {Cortex}, issue = { }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2013.05.012}, keywords = {computational stylistics, propositional idea density, women's written language} } Notice: Undefined index: Conference Proceedings in /home/hri/Website/cllcbiblio/admin/PublicCredify.php on line 374 @{cllc_88, pages = {30-36}, author = {Ferguson, Alison, H. Craig and E. Spencer}, title = {Exploring the potential for corpus-based research in speech-language pathology.}, location = {Somerville, Massachusetts}, publisher = {Cascadilla Press}, year = {2008}, journal = {2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages}, issue = { }, type = {Conference Proceedings}, keywords = {computational stylistics, corpus-based research, speech-language pathology} } @proceedings{cllc_90, author = {Holbrook, A., H. Craig, S. Bourke, T. Lovat, K. Holmes and E. Prieto-Rodriguez}, title = {The content and language of PhD examiner reports.}, location = {Amsterdam, The Netherlands}, publisher = {Book of Abstracts}, year = {2009}, journal = {13th Biennial Conference: EARLI 2009}, issue = { }, type = {Conference Paper}, keywords = {computational stylistics, content and language, PhD examiner reports} } @article{cllc_91, pages = {21-45}, author = {Jordan, Ellen, Hugh Craig and Alexis Antonia}, title = {The Bronte Sisters and the 'Christian Remembrancer': a Pilot Study in the Use of the 'Burrows Method' to Identify the Authorship of unsigned Articles in the Nineteenth Century Periodical Press.}, year = {2006}, journal = {Victorian Periodicals Review}, issue = {Spring, 1 39 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1353/vpr.2006.0024}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Bronte sisters, authorial attribution, nineteenth century periodicals, Christian Remembrancer} } @article{cllc_92, author = {Marsden, J, D. Budden, H. Craig and P. Moscato}, title = {Language Individuation and Marker Words: Shakespeare and His Maxwell's Demon.}, year = {2013}, journal = {PLOS ONE}, issue = { 8 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1371/journal.pone.0066813}, keywords = {computational stylistics, shakespeare, Maxwell's Demon, language individuation, marker words} } @article{cllc_95, author = {McKenna, Wayne and Alexis Antonia}, title = {Intertextuality and Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun' episode in Ulysses: the relation between literary and computational evidence.}, year = {1994}, journal = {RISSH}, issue = { 30 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, James Joyce, 'Oxen of the Sun' episode in Ulysses, intertextuality} } @article{cllc_96, author = {McKenna, Wayne and Alexis Antonia}, title = {A few simple words' of interior monologue in Ulysses: reconfiguring the evidence.}, year = {1996}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 12 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Ulysses, James Joyce, interior monologue} } @article{cllc_97, author = {McKenna, Wayne and Alexis Antonia}, title = {The Statistical analysis of Style: Reflections on Form, Meaning, and Ideology in the 'Nausicaa' episode of Ulysses.}, year = {2001}, journal = {Literary and Linguistic Computing}, issue = { 16 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Nausicaa' episode of Ulysses, James Joyce} } @article{cllc_94, pages = {151-171}, author = {McKenna, Wayne, John Burrows and Alexis Antonia}, title = {Beckett's Trilogy: Computational Stylistics and the Nature of Translation.}, year = {1999}, journal = {RISSH}, issue = { 35 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Samuel Beckett, Trilogy, translation theory} } @inbook{cllc_93, pages = {79-92}, author = {McKenna, Wayne, John Burrows, Alexis Antonia; Marie Ramsland}, title = {Beckett's "Molloy": Computational Stylistics and the Meaning of Translation.}, location = {Frankfurt}, publisher = {Peter Lang}, year = {1999}, journal = {Variété: Perspectives in French Literature, Society and Culture. Studies in Honour of Kenneth Raymond Dutton.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Samuel Beckett, Molloy, translation theory} } @article{cllc_98, pages = {232-249}, author = {Raylor, Timothy and John Burrows}, title = {The Authorship of 'Lady Katherine Howard's Voyage and Enterteynement'.}, year = {2007}, journal = {English Manuscript Studies}, issue = { 16 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorship, Lady Katherine Howard, Voyage and Enterteynement} } @article{cllc_99, pages = {916-926}, author = {Rosso, O, H. Craig and P. Moscato}, title = {Shakespeare and other English Renaissance authors as characterized by Information Theory complexity quantifiers.}, year = {2009}, journal = {Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications}, issue = { 388 }, type = {Journal Article}, eid = {10.1016/j.physa.2008.11.018}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Shakespeare, Information Theory complexity quantifiers} } @proceedings{cllc_101, author = {Spencer, Elizabeth, A. Ferguson and H. Craig}, title = {Language and life stages.}, location = {Canberra, ACT}, year = {2012}, journal = {Digital Humanities Australasia 2012 Conference}, issue = { }, type = {Conference Paper}, keywords = {computational stylistics, language and aging} } @article{cllc_100, pages = {743-754}, author = {Spencer, Elizabeth, H. Craig, A. Ferguson and K. Colyvas}, title = {Language and ageing - Exploring propositional density in written language - Stability over time.}, year = {2012}, journal = {Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics}, issue = { 26 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, language and aging, propositional density} } @article{cllc_102, pages = {73-106}, author = {Sussex, Lucy and John Burrows}, title = {Whodunit? Literary Forensics and the Crime Writing of James Skipp Borlase and Mary Fortune.}, year = {1997}, journal = {Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand}, issue = { xxi }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Mary Fortune, James Skipp Borlase, literary forensics} } @article{cllc_103, pages = {93-101}, author = {Tarrant, Harold}, title = {Some Support from Computational Stylistics.}, year = {2010}, journal = {Hermathena}, issue = { 189 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Classical Greek} } @article{cllc_105, pages = {95-120}, author = {Tarrant, Harold}, title = {The Mythical Voice in the Timaeus-Critias: Stylometric Indicators.}, year = {2011}, journal = {Ancient Philosophy}, issue = { 31 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, stylometric indicators, Timaeus-Critias, Plato} } @proceedings{cllc_106, author = {Tarrant, Harold}, title = {A Six-book version of Plato's Republic: Same Text Divided Differently, or Early Version?}, location = {Auckland, NZ}, publisher = {ASCS 32 Selected Proceedings}, year = {2011}, journal = {32nd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Classical Studies}, issue = { }, type = {Conference Paper}, url = {http://www.ascs.org.au/news/ascs32/Tarrant.pdf}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Plato's Republic} } @article{cllc_107, pages = {52-78}, author = {Tarrant, Harold}, title = {The Origins and Shape of Plato’s Six-Book Republic.}, year = {2012}, journal = {Antichthon}, issue = { 46 }, type = {Journal Article}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Plato's Republic} } @inbook{cllc_112, pages = {223-236}, author = {Tarrant, Harold and T. Roberts; Marguerite Johnson and Harold Tarrant}, title = {Appendix 2: Report of the Working Vocabulary of the Doubtful Dialogues.}, location = {London}, publisher = {Bristol Classical Press}, year = {2012}, journal = {Alcibiades and the Socratic Lover-Educator.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Alcibiades, doubtful dialogues} } @inbook{cllc_111, pages = {1-24}, author = {Tarrant, Harold; A. Balansard and I. Koch}, title = {Tetralogies IV and VII : Key to the Thrasyllan Reading-Order.}, location = {Sankt Augustin}, publisher = {Academia}, year = {2013}, journal = {Lire les dialogues, mais lesquels et en quel ordre: Définitions du corpus et interprétations de Platon.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Tetralogies, Plato, Thrasyllan Reading Order} } @inbook{cllc_110, pages = {507-23}, author = {Tarrant, Harold; C. Collobert}, title = {Socrates’ Other Voices: “Euthyphro” in the Cratylus.}, location = {Paris}, publisher = {PUF (Révue de Métaphysique et de Morale)}, year = {2013}, journal = {Platon et l'art d'écrire}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, ISBN = {ISBN : 978-2-13-061835-5}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Plato, Socrates, Euthyphro, Cratylus} } @inbook{cllc_108, pages = {243-66}, author = {Tarrant, Harold; D. el Murr}, title = {L’importance du Théétète avant Thrasylle.}, location = {Paris}, publisher = {J. Vrin}, year = {2013}, journal = {La Mesure du savoir. Etudes sur le Théétète. Tradition de la pensée classique.}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Plato's dialogues, Theaetetus, Thrasyllus} } @inbook{cllc_109, pages = {309-313}, author = {Tarrant, Harold; N. Notomi & L. Brisson}, title = {Narrative and Dramatic Presentation in Republic III.}, location = {Sankt Augustin}, publisher = {Academia}, year = {2013}, journal = {Plato’s Republic: Selected Papers from the Ninth Symposium Platonicum}, issue = { }, type = {Book Section}, keywords = {computational stylistics, Plato's Republic, narrative, dramatic presentation} } @proceedings{cllc_104, author = {Tarrant, Harold; N. O’Sullivan}, title = {The Theaetetus as a Narrative Dialogue?}, location = {University of Western Australia}, publisher = {ASCS 31 Proceedings: classics.uwa.edu.au/ascs31}, year = {2010}, journal = {ASCS 31}, issue = { }, type = {Conference Paper}, keywords = {computational stylistics,Theaetetus, Narrative Dialogue, Plato} } @article{cllc_113, author = {Wallace, Lesley, Alexis Antonia and Hugh Craig}, title = {What's in a name: Was John Curtin 'Vigilant'? analysing style to determine authorship.}, year = {2009}, journal = {History Australia}, issue = { 6 }, type = {Journal Article}, url = {http://publications.epress.monash.edu/toc/ha/6/2}, keywords = {computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship, John Curtin, Vigilant} }