Exciting news! Our edited volume ‘Empirical Multimodality Research: Methods, Evaluations, Implications‘ (co-edited with Janina Wildfeuer and John A. Bateman) has just been published with DeGruyter.
This volume showcases recent advancements in empirical multimodality research, with innovative methods and results across disciplines. The international contributions offer new tools, software, and analytical algorithms to tackle key issues in corpus-based work on multimodal artefacts. Focused on empirical applications and evaluations of results, theories, and methods, this book critically contributes to state-of-the-art multimodality research.
Have a look at the table of contents below!