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QMUL at NWAV 44 | Toronto 22-25 October 2015

QMUL is going to be well represent at the 44th New Ways of Analyzing Variation conference (NWAV 44) to be held October 22-25, 2015 in Toronto, Canada.

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QMUL is going to be well represent at the 44th New Ways of Analyzing Variation conference (NWAV 44) to be held October 22-25, 2015 in Toronto, Canada.

 

Professor Jenny Cheshire is participating in the workshop "Contrast and comparison in linguistic analysis: Cross-disciplinarity in practise”

See here for details.

Dr. Jonathan Kasstan is giving a talk on "New speakers as agents of social and linguistic change in Francoprovençal speaking communities”

Dr. Erez Levon is giving a talk on "Gender, politeness and intonational variation: The multiple discourse functions of High Rising Terminals in London”

Professor David Adger is a Crossroads Speaker on "Structure versus use in morphosyntactic variation"

PhD student Pavadee Suisawan is presenting a poster on "Thai men who identify with non-normative male roles and their choice of self-reference terms".

PhD student Nate Young is presenting is giving a talk on "Prosodic rhythm in Swedish multiethnolect: Local durational contrast in vowels carries significant social meaning".

For more details and the full programme see here.