Lecture series on Linguistic Diversity
The Department of Linguistics is hosting a lecture series showcasing current international research in linguistic diversity.
Tuesday, July 31, 12-1, AHH 1.1640
Maite Puigdevall Serralvo, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain, “Taking the leap”: Becoming a new speaker of Catalan
Tuesday, August 14, 12-1, AHH 1.1640
Sabine Little, Sheffield University, UK, What do you inherit when you inherit a language? Identity constructs in multilingual families
Tuesday, August 28, 12-1, AHH 1.1640
Fadila Boutouchent, University of Regina, Canada, Canadian perspectives on immigration in small cities: Case study from Moncton City
Tuesday, October 02, 12-1, AHH 1.1640
Peter Siemund, Hamburg University, Germany, On the advantages and disadvantages of multilingualism: Towards a more realistic assessment
Tuesday, October 16, 12-1, AHH 1.1640
Tobias Schrödler, Hamburg University, Germany, The sociolinguist’s versus the language economist’s perspective on the value of languages: A win, a draw or two different games?
For more information, visit Language on the Move.