News and events in and around the Feast and Famine project

Project blog launched July 2022 We launched a blog to share some of our research in morphology with broader audiences in an accessible and fun way. Follow us here.
Sheffield workshop 2022
21 - 23 April 2022 The first face to face project workshop in Sheffield After 18 months of meeting virtually, the project teams had a chance to meet in person. The workshop was a greatly appreciated opportunity to finally meet in person, to present the work done so far, and also to have fruitful discussions about future directions of the project. 

February 2021

The Czech National Corpus has released its new GrammatiCat tool, developed as part of the Feast and Famine project by Dominika Kováříková.

For more information, check this page or visit the GrammatiCat site
Workshop participants

16 September 2020

Workshop on Computational Morphology: “How to Fill a Cell”

Hosted online by the University of York

The project's inaugural workshop brought together a number of leading names in the computational modelling of language and in linguistic theory to discuss different ways of approaching data that do not fit neatly into paradigm cells. See the programme for further details.

Events at the University

Browse upcoming public lectures, exhibitions, family events, concerts, shows and festivals across the University.