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 

2020

Events

16 Jan
  • Linguistic Circle
    • Lexically restricted phonological alternation: the case for via-rules (Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero)
21 Jan
22 Jan
23 Jan
  • Language in context seminar
    • Migration to Scotland: translanguaging practices, semiotic repertoires and identities at a Turkish barber’s (Betül Seda)
24 Jan
30 Jan
  • Linguistic Circle
    • Real crosslinguistic research: Focussing on the similarities, not the differences (Ben Ambridge)
31 Jan
07 Feb
13 Feb
  • Linguistic Circle
    • “Subjective applicativization”: A rare phenomenon that deserves a closer look (Fernando Zúñiga)
14 Feb
20 Feb
26 Feb
27 Feb
28 Feb
04 Mar
  • Language variation and change
    • Changing times, changing perceptions? Investigating perceptions of local speech in the North East of Scotland (Dawn Leslie)
10 Mar
12 Mar
18 Mar
  • Language variation and change
    • Conflicts between World Englishes: Metalinguistic discourse about Singaporean Colloquial English in an online group of Taiwanese migrants (Tsung-Lun Alan Wan)
26 Mar
27 Mar
03 Apr
21 May
03 Jul
15-16 Oct