Events schedules

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2021

Linguistics:

  • 17 FEB: Itamar Kastner (Conjugation classes as an epiphenomenon: The suffix -/i(s)/ in French) [16:00]
  • 10 MAR: Mary Robinson (Negative concord as a window into the social perception of (morpho-)syntactic variables) [16:00]
  • 28 APR: Duane Watson (Speaking for thinking: Understanding the link between cognition and speech) [16:00]
  • 05 MAY: Giuseppe Longobardi (Genitive at the interfaces) [16:00]
  • 12 MAY: Tracy Conner (Eliciting Silence: Ellipsis as a Constraint on Morphosyntactic Variation in African American English) [16:00]
  • 13 OCT: Martina Wiltschko & Johannes Heim (The acquisition of interactive particles) [16:00]
  • 27 OCT: Monica Pleyer & Michael Pleyer (The Evolution of Im/Politeness and Face) [16:00]
  • 17 NOV: Mikael Roll (Prosody-syntax interaction in the brain) [16:00]
  • 24 NOV: Laura Dominguez (The ‘Vulnerable Native Grammars’ project: a new framework for investigating grammatical attrition) [16:00]
  • 01 DEC: Alexandra D’Arcy (The ties that bind: Historical sociolinguistics and ongoing language change) [16:00]
  • 08 DEC: George Walkden, Caroline Heycock and Joel Wallenberg (Time is relative: Positive synergies between diachronic and synchronic syntax) [16:00]

Speech and Language Sciences:

  • 11 FEB: Yvonne Wren (Why speech sometimes doesn’t work: Predicting speech outcomes in children from cohort study data) [12:00]
  • 18 FEB: Eirini Kontou (Developing and evaluating a psychoeducational programme for people after TIA and minor stroke) [12:00]
  • 25 FEB: Megan Figueroa (Language Development, Linguistic Input, and Social Power: Rethinking the 30 Million Word Gap) [17:00]
  • 13 MAY: Sarah Spencer (And then I seen the spider again: Multi-disciplinary perspectives on working class children’s language skills) [16:00]
  • 09 DEC: Paula Clarke (Language and Communication Development during the Pandemic) [16:00]

Applied Linguistics and Communication:

  • 27 APR: Sal Consoli (Understanding EAP students’ motivation through the lens of Life Capital) [11:00]

2020

Linguistics (16:00 in PBG G.05):

  • 05 FEB: Emma Moore (“I’ve not got an accent, me”: Social meaning at the intersection of pragmatics, syntax, and social distribution)
  • 12 FEB: Marc Alexander (Bound for the bona fides: the linguistics of Parliamentary report)
  • 04 MAR: Itamar Kastner
  • 11 MAR: Anders Holmberg
  • 18 MAR: Nina Kazanina (Dealing with ‘No’: Interpretation and memory for negative sentences) [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • TBC: Cristina Dye [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 21 OCT: Emily Gasser (Weird Word Orders in Western New Guinea: Wamesa, Wooi, Warembori (& Dusner)) [16:00]
  • 28 OCT: John Archibald (Universal architectural properties of complex representations at the L2 phonology/syntax interface: insights from Contiguity Theory and Match Theory) [17:00]
  • 11 NOV: Kajsa Djärv (Verb Second and Factivity: a formal semantics for complex assertions) [16:00]
  • 02 DEC: Paul Reed (Rootedness and Language Variation: The Need to Quantify Place-Attachment) [16:00]
  • 09 DEC: Mary Robinson [16:00] [RESCHEDULED]

Speech and Language Sciences:

  • 19 MAR: Yvonne Wren [KGVI LT4, 16:00] [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 02 APR: Amanda Van Horne [KGVI LT5, 16:00] [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 05 MAY: Sarah Spencer [KGVI LT6, 14:00] [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • TBC: Eirini Kontou [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]

Applied Linguistics and Communication:

  • 18 FEB: Christina Gkonou (Exploring the teaching heart: A critical incident analysis of language teacher emotions) [KGVI LT1]
  • 24 MAR: Sarah Atkins [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 28 APR: Jeff Bezemer [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 05 MAY: Joseph Gafaranga [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 19 MAY: Sal Consoli [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 02 JUN: Simona Pekarek Doehler [CANCELLED DUE TO COVID19]
  • 16 OCT: Paul Seedhouse & Alison Whelan (Language Learning while Cooking: Live Virtual Language Exchange Workshop) [10:00 via Zoom]
    Accessible afterwards at: https://www.facebook.com/Linguacuisine/videos/
  • 2 NOV: Jeff Bezemer [15:00 via Zoom]
  • 16 NOV: Judith Reynolds [12:00 via Zoom]
  • 27 NOV: Steve Walsh [10:00 via Zoom]

2019

Linguistics:

  • 02 OCT: Hans-Martin Gärtner and Beáta Gyuris (Aspects of Question Bias – Evidence from Hungarian)
  • 09 OCT: Øystein Vangsnes (The Nordic research infrastructure for syntactic variation: Possibilities, limitations and achievements)
  • 23 OCT: Jane Lutkin (Syntax or Something Else: What causes systematic errors in children’s production and comprehension of complex )
  • 06 NOV: Christian Ilbury (Sociolinguistic Variation and Social Media in East London)
  • 27 NOV: George Tsoulas (TBC) [CANCELLED / RESCHEDULED]
  • 04 DEC: Nina Kazanina (Dealing with ‘No’: Interpretation and memory for negative sentences) [CANCELLED / RESCHEDULED]

Speech and Language Sciences:

  • 24 OCT: Patti Adank (Automatic limitation of speech: investigating mechanisms governing perception-production links)
  • 31 OCT: Joanne Patterson (A tale of two halves; developing a programme of dysphagia research and shaping a clinical academic SLT career)
  • 07 NOV: Janet Pierrehumbert (On the interaction of social and cognitive aspects of language)
  • 14 NOV: Bernard Camilleri [RESCHEDULED]
  • 5 DEC: Cristina McKean (Understanding developmental change in child language and the implications for children’s services)
  • 12 DEC: Bernard Camilleri (Dynamic assessment: horses for courses)

Applied Linguistics and Communication:

  • 08 OCT: Paul Seedhouse and Müge Satar Cohen (Learning foreign languages and cultures through digitally-enhanced activities: The Linguacuisine and ENACT apps)
  • 22 OCT: Salla Kurhila and Lari Kotilainen (Evolving practices of participation – second language speakers in workplace meetings)
  • 05 NOV: Khawla Badwan (Unmooring language for social justice in sociolinguistics: Young people talking about language in/and place in Manchester, UK)
  • 12 NOV: Tony Young & Navaporn Snodin (The ‘International Student and Staff Experience’ in Higher Education: A Multiregional Enquiry from Thailand)
  • 03 DEC: Jeff Bezemer (“Can you do chest compression?” Planning action in a resuscitation team) [CANCELLED / RESCHEDULED]