http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0207 Mannheimer Korpus / compiled by Gerhard Stickel http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/2467 German Parole Corpus http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/2537 GerManC. A Historical Corpus of German Newspapers 1650-1800 http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/2544 GerManC. A Historical Corpus of German Newspapers 1650-1800 (expanded version) http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/2562 The Nottingham Corpus of Early Modern German Midwifery and Women's Medicine (ca. 1500-1700)
Best wishes, Martin Wynne
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On 12/10/18 11:00, corpora-request at uib.no wrote:
> Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2018 10:54:26 +0800
> From:<martin at martinweisser.org>
> Subject: [Corpora-List] History/timeline of the development of German
> To:<Corpora at uib.no>
> I'm currently creating a course on Corpus Linguistics for German studies, loosely based on what I did for (mainly) English in 'Practical Corpus Linguistics'. As part of this, I want to present students with an overview of the development of German (electronic) corpora, but find it quite difficult to identify when specific (types of) corpora where completed or released (if at all).
> I'm partly basing the list of corpora I'm covering on the list created by Lemnitzer/Zinsmeister athttp://www.meta.narr.de/9783823368861/LemnitzerZinsmeister_2015_Kap7_Einzelkorpora_11-2015.pdf.
> Any information you may be able to provide, also regarding corpus structure & content, unless already available online, would be greatly appreciated!
> -- MTIA, Martin ======================== Professor Martin Weisser
> Yunshan Outstanding Scholar Center for Linguistics & Applied
> Linguistics Guangdong University of Foreign Studies No. 2, Baiyun
> Dadao Bei 510420 Guangzhou P.R. China Web: http://martinweisser.org