Below are the upcoming events organised by the Department of Linguistics.
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A presentation by our PhD student Dave Kenneth Cayado on his recently submitted thesis.
Part of our PGR training programme, this event is open to PGR students only.
An informal presentation by our academic staff member Dr Rhys Sandow.
We are delighted to be welcoming Prof. Jennifer Smith (University of Glasgow) to the department who will deliver a seminar entitled "Is crowdsourced linguistic data any good?". The session will be followed by a drinks reception.
This symposium is presented by our PhD student Dave Kenneth Tayao Cayado with his colleagues: Samantha Wray (Dartmouth College), Jed Pizarro-Guevara (University of Massachusetts), Rowena Garcia (University of Potsdam), Yining Nie (San Jose State University).
Dr Anikó Lipták (Leiden University) will give a seminar as part of the Linguistics Guest Speaker Seminar series.
Workshop 1: Demonstrative to Definite, What Changes and What Stays the Same
Workshop 2: Demonstratives, Definites, Bare Nouns: What Competes with What
Workshop 3: (In)definiteness in Article-less Languages and Article Use in New Englishes
Lecture title: Optional Plural Marking in General Number Systems and the Effects of Animacy Restrictions
Prof. Crispin Thurlow (University of Bern) will give a seminar as part of the Linguistics Guest Speaker Seminar series.
The Department of Linguistics welcomes Prof. Crispin Thurlow (University of Bern) for the next instalment of our Jenny Cheshire Lecture Series.