Linguistics research seminars

Linguistics research seminars

Expand your linguistics knowledge and skills at our monthly Linguistics seminars.

All seminars are held from 1pm-2pm, Tuesday at the Australian Hearing Hub.

All seminars are webcast live, and recorded. To access the live webcast for any of these seminars, or to catch up on one you missed, visit the Linguistics Seminar 2017 echo website.

Previous seminars

 

Date

Room

Speaker

Title

Abstract

1

March 21

S1.640

Haidee Kruger

Contact-induced change from minor to major use patterns: A quantiative diachronic analysis of syntatic and pragmatic transfer effects in reported-speech contructions in White South African English (WSAfE)

Kruger and van Rooy abstract

2

April 18

S1.620

Katherine Demuth

TBA

 

3

May 16

S1.640

Phil Benson

Ways of seeing: the return of the individual in Applied Linguistics research

 

4

May 30

S1.640

Jill Murray

Pragmatics of the teach-parent meeting

 

5

July 25

S1.640

Jan-Louis Kruger/Leidy Castro-Meneses

TBA

 

6

August 22

S1.640

Mehdi Riazi

Theoretical orientation and research methodology in second language writing: Review of empirical studies

 

7

September 19

S1.640

Scott Barnes

TBA

 

8

September 26

S1.640

Titia Benders

TBA

 

9

October 24

S1.640

Michael Proctor

English vowel production in running speech: Insights from real-time MRI

 

10

December 12

S1.640

Ingrid Piller

Language and social justice

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