Arrangementer ved ILN

Kommende 5 dager

24 apr.
25 apr.
Torun Reite
Tid og sted: 25. apr. 2018 14:15 - 16:00, Henrik Wergelands Hus, MultiLing Meeting Room 421

Torun Reite, doctoral research fellow from the Department of Romance Studies and Classics at Stockholm University, will give a talk on spatial and linguistic strategies for discursive border-crossing of young Mozambican adults.

Tid og sted: 25. apr. 2018 14:15 - 16:00, P.A. Munchs hus 7

DOM beyond animacy in Polish and Ukrainian

26 apr.
Tid og sted: 26. apr. 2018 14:15 - 15:45, Mutliling Meeting room (4th floor)

On April 26th, Valantis Fyndanis, postdoc at MultiLing, and Sarah Cameron, MA student at ILN, will give a talk on cognitive advantages of bilingualism at the Forum for clinical linguistics and language acquisition.

Tid og sted: 26. apr. 2018 14:15 - 15:45, Mutliling Meeting room (4th floor)

Til møte i Forum for klinisk lingvistikk og språktilegnelse 26. april kommer postdoktor Valantis Fyndanis ved MultiLing og masterstudent ved ILN, Sarah Cameron. De har sett etter kognitive fordeler ved flerspråklighet hos norske akademikere.

Flere kommende arrangementer

Tid og sted: 2. mai 2018 14:15 - 16:00, P.A. Munchs hus, seminarrom 7

Variation in parasynthetic compounds of the coarsefibered type

Kristin Vold Lexander and Rafael Lomeu
Tid og sted: 2. mai 2018 14:15 - 16:00, Henrik Wergelands Hus, MultiLing Meeting Room 421

Kristin Vold Lexander, postdoctoral fellow at MultiLing, and Rafael Lomeu, doctoral fellow at MultiLing, invite everyone to a roundtable discussion regarding the use of the notion of indexicality in analysing multilingual practices.

Tid og sted: 7. mai 2018 09:30 - 8. mai 2018 16:00, Helga Engs Hus

This conference will bring together researchers and education practitioners who are interested in multilingualism and education in Norway and beyond.

Tid og sted: 7. mai 2018 09:30 - 8. mai 2018 16:00, Niels Treschows hus, HF-12, 12. etasje
Tid: 7. mai 2018 10:15 - 9. mai 2018 16:00

This PhD-course focuses on how vernacular learned literacy interacted with the Latin and Greek traditions in the Middle Ages. We focus on three linguistic areas: Irish, Slavic (East and West) and Old Norse. The seminar is mainly based on primary sources in translation. Among other issues, we address the complicated distinction between native/local/vernacular and classical/Latin/Greek beyond the linguistic level, as well as the strategies for securing a degree of cultural authority for the vernacular.

For further details, and link to application form:

http://www.hf.uio.no/iln/english/research/news-and-events/events/phd/2018/perceptions-of-language-and-learned-tradition-in-t.html