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Elizabeth Miller, Associate Professor from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, will give a talk on agency and language learning.
Crispin Thurlow (University of Bern) will hold a session titled "Honing your academic writing skills: From logic, to rhetoric and beyond".
Professor Hans-Olav Enger (ILN) presents a diachronic account of the loss of inflection in Norwegian adjectives.
Julien Mayor er førsteamanuensis ved Psykologisk institutt, UiO. Han kommer på Forum for klinisk lingvistikk og språktilegnelse for å vise fram en ny kortversjon av foreldrerapporteringsskjemaet MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventories.
New times require new skills from linguists working with complex datasets. This 1,5 day workshop addresses some of the current challenges faced by linguists working with diverse qualitative datasets by providing a comprehensive introduction into the use of NVivo.
Marit Westergaard, professor from UiT The Arctic University of Norway and NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, will give a talk on crosslinguistic influence in L2 and L3 acquisition, arguing for the importance of structural similarity and property-by-property acquisition.
Ana Raquel Matias, a researcher working at the intersection between sociology of migration and sociology of language at the Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology, University Institute in Lisbon, Portugal (ISCTE-IUL) will give a talk on the linguistic and social inclusion of international students from African countries in Portuguese universities.
We are delighted to announce the second Language Change Seminar of this semester. Taraka Rama Kasicheyanula (Postdoctoral Fellow at IFI) will give a talk entitled Bayesian methods for historical linguistics. All are welcome!
Vår nye Marie S. Curie-postdoktor Liquan Liu vil fortelle om sitt forskningsprosjekt ved MultiLing på Forum for klinisk lingvistikk og språktilegnelse i februar.
Olga Solovova, Marie Curie postdoctoral research fellow from the University of Oslo (MultiLing), will give a talk on semiotic landscapes in the Northern Norway borderland.
Professor George Walkden (University of Konstanz) addresses the claim that parataxis precedes hypotaxis from a generative perspective.
Hilde Haualand, an associate professor in social anthropology, specializing in deaf studies at the Oslo Metropolitan University, will give a talk on legal recognition of signed languages.
Professor Ida Larsson (ILN) is our final speaker this autumn.
Jeff MacSwan, Professor at The University of Maryland, will give a lecture on codeswitching and translanguaging.
Brita Ramsevik Riksem (NTNU) is our third speaker this autumn.
Hanna Solberg Andresen, a doctoral candidate at MultiLing, will give a talk on methodological issues regarding participant selection.
Anne Pitkänen-Huhta, a professor and vice dean responsible for education at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, will give a talk on visual methods in studying practices and identities.
Karin Aijmer, Göteborg University
Petzell discusses the Rich Agreement Hypothesis (RAH) in the context of data from Viskadalian Swedish.
Leonie Cornips, a professor and chair of “Language culture in Limburg” at the Maastricht University, The Netherlands, will give a talk on Limburgish and language loss.
Flor María Ordoñez Vilches, a doctoral candidate at the Autonomous Benito Juárez University of Oaxaca, Mexico. She will give a talk on Metalinguistic awareness and critical literacy.
This workshop brings together scholars from different fields and contexts in order to explore multilingual writing from a comparative perspective. We will explore what methodologies and concepts can be useful across diverse socio-linguistic and cultural settings in order to enhance our understanding of multilingual writing practices.
When we arrive in a new country, public signs, ads and billboards are often the first form of contact we have with the language and script of the place. At this seminar, we will explore linguistic landscapes in Russia, Norway and beyond.