Research Seminar Series 2020

Research Seminar Series 2020

DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES 2020 SCHEDULE

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

(Organisers: Linda Cupples, Mridula Sharma, Joe Blythe)

DateSpeakerTitleVenue
Mar-13Piers Dawes1Uptake and barriers to an internet-based adult hearing screening in the UKAHH 1.601
Apr-17Joe BlytheDisplaying sympathy with compassionate interjections: a comparative study of Australian Aboriginal language conversations (Abstract)Zoom
May-1Mehdi RiaziJournal publication productivity, impact, and quality among Applied Linguistics and TESOL academics in the group of eight Australian universities (Abstract)Zoom
May-8Jing Fang
The effects of training on reading behaviour and performance in sight translation: A
longitudinal study using eye-tracking (Abstract)
Zoom
May-15Ilana MushinWhither Evidentiality? (Abstract)Zoom
May-22Péter RáczMorphological convergence as on-line lexical analogy (Abstract)Zoom
May-29Harvey Dillon & Sharon CameronSeparating auditory processing disorders from other causes of listening difficulties in children (Abstract)Zoom
Jun-12David ButtFunctional Linguistics in the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder: the Conversational Model and aspects of complementary practice across linguistics and psychiatry (Abstract)Zoom
Jul-31Piers Dawes
Epi work modelling mechanisms underlying the association between hearing/vision impairment and cognitive function
TBA
Aug-14Lindsey Van YperTBATBA
Aug-28Stephen CrainTBATBA
Sep-11Jean ChoTBATBA
Oct-2Jing Fang
Xiaomin Zhang
The look of silence: an eye-tracking study of pause in sight translationTBA
Oct-16Vera Williams
Tetteh2
TBATBA
Oct-30Mike ProctorTBATBA
Nov-27Minna KorhonenTBATBA


1 Late start @ 3:45 pm to accommodate FCR/CoC presentations
2 Last year’s Chitra Fernando recipient

Research Seminar Series 2019

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