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Catherine J. Smith

Catherine began her undergraduate degree in theology and religious studies fully intending to grow up and get a proper job after graduation. She soon realised that being a student was far too much fun to give up and after completing an MA in biblical and theological studies accidentally ended up at the University of Birmingham studying for a PhD. Cat completed her PhD in June 2005 and in a last ditch attempt to put off joining the real world has enrolled on an MSc in Computer Science. Alongside studying her MSc Cat will be involved in organising and teaching the 'Jesus and the Gospels' course on the undergraduate theology programme and trying to come up with something to do after the degree which will, for the first time, not involve taking another one!

Recent Papers and Presentations

‘Corpus Cartography – Explorations in the Use of Information Visualization for Corpus Linguistics.’ Presented with Matthew Brook O'Donnell at Corpus Linguistics 2005, University of Birmingham, U.K. (July 2005).