Dr Mark McConville

  • Research Associate / Project Manager (Celtic & Gaelic)

email: Mark.McConville@glasgow.ac.uk

Arts Celtic & Gaelic, 3 University Gardens

Research interests

Theoretical and computational linguistics, especially as applied to Gaelic language revitalisation; decentralised approaches to language planning, in particular corpus planning (or language standardisation).

Publications

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Number of items: 6.

2020

Ó Maolalaigh, R. and McConville, M. (2020) 'Risk-free' corpus-planning for Scottish Gaelic? Collaborative development of basic grammatical norms for 21st century speakers. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Millar, R. M. (eds.) Language on the Move Across Contexts and Communities. Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster: Aberdeen. (Accepted for Publication)

2014

Bell, S., McConville, M., McLeod, W. and Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2014) Dlùth is Inneach: Linguistic and Institutional Foundations for Gaelic Corpus Planning. Project Report. Bord na Gaidhlig, Inverness.

2009

McConville, M. (2009) Integrating typed feature structures into Combinatory Categorial Grammar. In: Søgaard, A. and Haugereid, P. (eds.) Typed Feature Structure Grammars. Series: Europäische Hochschulschriften (319). Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, pp. 93-106. ISBN 9783631575505

2008

McConville, M. and Dzikovska, M. (2008) Deep grammatical relations for semantic interpretation. In: Workshop on Cross-Framework and Cross-Domain Parser Evaluation, Manchester, UK, 23 Aug 2008,

McConville, M. and Dzikovska, M. (2008) Evaluating complement-modifier distinctions in a semantically annotated corpus. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08), Marrakech, Morocco, 28-30 May 2008,

McConville, M. and Dzikovska, M. (2008) Using inheritance and coreness sets to improve a wide-coverage verb lexicon harvested from FrameNet. In: 2nd Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW'08), Marrakesh, Morocco, May 2008,

This list was generated on Sat Oct 24 07:03:00 2020 BST.
Number of items: 6.

Book Sections

Ó Maolalaigh, R. and McConville, M. (2020) 'Risk-free' corpus-planning for Scottish Gaelic? Collaborative development of basic grammatical norms for 21st century speakers. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Millar, R. M. (eds.) Language on the Move Across Contexts and Communities. Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster: Aberdeen. (Accepted for Publication)

McConville, M. (2009) Integrating typed feature structures into Combinatory Categorial Grammar. In: Søgaard, A. and Haugereid, P. (eds.) Typed Feature Structure Grammars. Series: Europäische Hochschulschriften (319). Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, pp. 93-106. ISBN 9783631575505

Research Reports or Papers

Bell, S., McConville, M., McLeod, W. and Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2014) Dlùth is Inneach: Linguistic and Institutional Foundations for Gaelic Corpus Planning. Project Report. Bord na Gaidhlig, Inverness.

Conference Proceedings

McConville, M. and Dzikovska, M. (2008) Deep grammatical relations for semantic interpretation. In: Workshop on Cross-Framework and Cross-Domain Parser Evaluation, Manchester, UK, 23 Aug 2008,

McConville, M. and Dzikovska, M. (2008) Evaluating complement-modifier distinctions in a semantically annotated corpus. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08), Marrakech, Morocco, 28-30 May 2008,

McConville, M. and Dzikovska, M. (2008) Using inheritance and coreness sets to improve a wide-coverage verb lexicon harvested from FrameNet. In: 2nd Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW'08), Marrakesh, Morocco, May 2008,

This list was generated on Sat Oct 24 07:03:00 2020 BST.

Grants

My work is part of the inter-university Soillse network, a long-term capacity building project funded by the Scottish Funding Council, Bòrd na Gàidhlig and the universities themselves.

Supervision

I do not currently supervise any students.

Teaching

I do not currently teach any courses.