Linguistics and English Language

Events

What's on in Linguistics and English Language

Other events not listed here can be found on the individual pages of talk series and reading groups.

Talk series and reading groups 

2021

Events

01 Feb
02 Feb
05 Feb
  • Cognitive linguistics seminar
    • Emergentism II (contemporary approaches)
  • Language in context seminar
    • Speaking Citizens: Historical and sociolinguistic perspectives on oracy, multiculturalism and bilingual development in UK schools (Stuart Dunmore, Tom F. Wright & Arlene Holmes-Henderson - online)
08 Feb
09 Feb
11 Feb
  • Linguistic Circle
    • The Past, Present, and Future of Black ASL (Joseph Hill - online)
12 Feb
19 Feb
  • Language in context seminar
    • Language Ideology and Inequality in Education Policy: Language Ideology and beliefs amongst North Koreans Living in South Korea (Ye-jin Shin - online)
22 Feb
  • Sociolinguistics reading group
    • Interpretations of "Chinglish": Native speakers, language learners and the enregisterment of a stigmatized code
  • Bilingualism research group
    • Heritage-bilingual Linguistic Proficiency in their Native Grammar: Predictive processing of classifiers in Mandarin Chinese heritage speakers using eye-tracking via internet (Maki Kubota - online)
23 Feb
  • Language evolution seminar
    • Regularisation, naturalness, and harmony in emerging word order conventions (Yasamin Motamedi & Simon Kirby - online)
25 Feb
  • Linguistic Circle
    • Multiethnolects as contact languages: the case for the Jamaican influence in London (Paul Kerswill - online)
02 Mar
04 Mar
  • Linguistic Circle
    • Autosegmental Metrical Phonology - Unpacking the Boxes (Martine Grice - online)
05 Mar
08 Mar
12 Mar
15 Mar
16 Mar
19 Mar
22 Mar
24 Mar
25 Mar
26 Mar
29 Mar
30 Mar
01 Apr
02 Apr
11 May
25 May
08 Jun
10-12 Jun
22 Jun
04-06 Aug