Research Seminar Series 2019

Research Seminar Series 2019

DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES 2019 SCHEDULE

(Note: Seminars usually take place on Friday afternoons from 3pm to 4pm, unless otherwise noted.)

DateSpeakerTitleVenue
Mar-8Scott BarnesRudeness, strangeness, and verbosity: Complex communicative deficits in acquired communication disorders. (Slides) (Abstract)12SW, Rm 558
Mar-29Stephen HowePrimary universals of human language (Abstract)12SW Rm 310
Apr-12Ilija CasuleThe Indo-European origin of the Burushaski verbal prefixation (Abstract)12SW Rm 310
Aug-16Phil Benson
Languages in New South Wales: What can we learn from public data? (Abstract)

Time: 2-3pm

AHH 1.602
Aug-30Lindsey Van Yper
Improving binaural hearing with bilateral cochlear implants (Abstract)
12SW Rm 558
Oct-11Annabelle Lukin
How international law legitimates violence: the semantics and grammar of ‘military necessity’ (Abstract)
12SW Rm 226
Oct-25Titia BendersFirst steps to understanding the acquisition of rare and changing sounds: The case of the Nepali 4-way contrast (Abstract)12SW Rm 226
Nov-29Adam SmithUnwinding the verbose skein: Editorial influence on the Hansard record (Slides) (Abstract)12SW Rm 430

Linguistics Seminars archive (2013-17)

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