METM15 plenarist


The METM15 program is no longer a blank slate: Laurence Anthony, a tenured professor at the Center for English Language Education in Science and Engineering, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan, has agreed to give a plenary talk. Laurence Anthony may be best known to some of our members as the creator of the AntConc concordancer, but his professional activities range from teaching to technical writing and educational software development. His research interests include corpus linguistics, educational technology, natural language processing, and genre analysis. His work is likely to be of particular interest to MET members because it spans the "two cultures" of science and letters. His first degree was in Mathematical Physics, followed by a MA in TEFL and a PhD in Applied Linguistics.

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