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Publisert 20. feb. 2017 11:44

Kellie er vokst opp i USA, med foreldre fra Brazil og Portugal. Hun tok mastergraden i engelsk lingvistikk ved Bern universitet i Sveits, og presenterer seg på engelsk.

Publisert 20. feb. 2017 11:44

Kristin skal forske på språkbruk i digital kommunikasjon i norsk-senegalesiske familier. Dette er et underprosjekt av et av MultiLings flaggskipprosjekter: Multilingualism in mediated communication.

Kees de Bot (Photo: ru.nl)
Publisert Feb. 13, 2017 01:21 PM

Scientific Advisory Board member, Professor Kees de Bot (University of Pannonia) spent four weeks at MultiLing in January and February. During his stay he collaborated on several ongoing projects, and gave two guest lectures.

Publisert 9. feb. 2017 13:23

Språkbruk i flerspråklige familier står sentralt både for forskningsgruppa LAIDUA ved Universitetet i Tromsø og i forskningsprosjektet MultiFam ved MultiLing. I februar møttes de to gruppene til en PhD-organisert workshop.

Scott Jarvis (photo: Nadia Frantsen)
Publisert Feb. 8, 2017 03:36 PM

How does meaning transfer, i.e., crosslinguistic influence involving meaning, originate from different levels of mental representations, and how do we study it?

Group photo of winter school participants
Publisert Feb. 3, 2017 10:53 AM

January 30 – February 3, 20 PhD students from 17 different universities attended MultiLing’s winter school. Through their week in Oslo, the participants got to explore the use of methods for collecting linguistic ethnographic data with a specific focus on language, youth, and identities in culturally and linguistically heterogeneous urban spaces.

Pia Lane (foto: Nadia Frantsen)
Publisert 27. jan. 2017 09:06

– Jeg lever med og forsker på flerspråklighet! Dette sier Pia Lane som blant annet har forsket på språkkontakt mellom norsk og kvensk og på flerspråklighet fra et sosiolingvistisk perspektiv.

Publisert 27. jan. 2017 09:05

Rafael er fra Brasil, og det var som engelsklærer i Sao Paolo i 2002 at han ble interessert i språktilegnelse hos barn og unge. Han skal forske på språkrøkt i norsk-brasilianske familier, og han presenterer seg på engelsk.

Publisert 27. jan. 2017 09:05

Jorunn er utdanna lektor med undervisningskompetanse i nordisk og historie og har ein master i nordisk språk frå UiO i 2015. No skal ho forske på språk i norsk akademia.

Malene Bøyum og André N. Dannevig are new MultiLing research assistants (photo: UiO)
Publisert Jan. 20, 2017 11:44 AM

Malene Bøyum and André Nilsson Dannevig are our two new research assistants. Welcome to MultiLing!

Malene Bøyum og André N. Dannevig er nye vitenskapelig ansatte ved MultiLing (foto: UiO)
Publisert 20. jan. 2017 11:44

MultiLing har fått to nye vitenskapelig assistenter, Malene Bøyum og André Nilsson Dannevig. De har begge master i lingvistikk fra Universitetet i Oslo. Velkommen!

Pernille Hansen (foto: Nadia Frantsen)
Publisert 20. jan. 2017 11:20

Pernille Hansen er ny forskar på prosjektet MultiLing Dementia. Ho har vore på senteret ei stund, så no ønskjer vi henne velkomen til eit nytt og spennande prosjekt!

Pernille Hansen (photo: Nadia Frantsen)
Publisert Jan. 20, 2017 11:20 AM

Pernille Hansen is our new researcher on the MultiLing Dementia project. She has been with the Center for some time, so we welcome her now to this new and exciting piece of research at MultiLing!

Picture of Cape Town
Publisert Dec. 22, 2016 10:59 AM

In the beginning of December, a delegation of eight people from MultiLing participated in and taught at INTPART Summer School in Cape Town. The theme of the school was North-South perspectives on multilingualism and diversity: practices and policies. The visit is part of the INTPART network project with four top South African universities.

Publisert Nov. 29, 2016 10:02 AM

A warm welcome to our new MultiLing affiliate, Janet Connor!

Publisert Nov. 29, 2016 10:02 AM

A warm welcome to our new MultiLing affiliate, Ingvild Nistov!

Publisert Nov. 18, 2016 01:50 PM

A warm welcome to our new MultiLing affiliate, Cecelia Cutler!

Publisert 11. nov. 2016 11:20

MultiLings masterstipend for 2016 gjekk til dei spennande masterprosjekta til Kine Javiera Dorich, Nina Hagen Kaldhol og Linn Iren Sjånes Rødvand. MultiLing gratulerer!

Dr. Ruth Singer at MultiLing
Publisert Nov. 8, 2016 09:26 AM

At Warruwi Community around ten Indigenous languages from five different language families are used among only 450 people.  Why are so many languages still spoken at Warruwi when linguistic diversity has sharply declined in the rest of Australia?  Visiting scholar Dr. Ruth Singer from the University of Melbourne held last week’s Wednesday seminar where she presented her research on this topic.

Publisert Nov. 7, 2016 01:39 PM

As a world-leading research community, MultiLing has recruited three Adjunct Professors: Mira Goral, Jannis Androutsopoulos and Alastair Pennycook. The Professors are introducing themselves below.

Publisert 2. nov. 2016 14:50

Mira Goral, Jannis Androutsopoulos og Alastair Pennycook er tilsatt i forbindelse med at MultiLing får midler for å bli et verdensledende miljø. De presenterer seg på engelsk.

SAB, Adjunct Professors, Deputy Director and Center Director gathered for a group picture.
Publisert Nov. 2, 2016 11:42 AM

The annual meeting with MultiLing's Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) was held last week, on October 27–28. In addition to the SAB members, two of our new Adjunct Professors attended the meeting.

Associate Professor Mike Putnam
Publisert Oct. 3, 2016 11:33 AM

To juggle multiple grammars at once is a complex task, and the effects of crosslinguistic influence might occur when the grammars are simultaneously active. Associate Professor and MultiLing affiliate Mike Putnam presented his research on how filler-gap dependencies can help us investigate multilingual grammars.

Kofi Yakpo (Photo: Nadia Frantsen / UiO)
Publisert Sep. 30, 2016 10:55 AM

Six months after his first visit, Kofi Yakpo, Assistant Professor in Linguistics at The University of Hong Kong, came back to MultiLing for a collaborative research project with Guri Bordal Steien.

Publisert Sep. 16, 2016 03:52 PM

Last week, 15 PhD students from 13 different universities attended MultiLing’s summer school: narrative, discourse and interaction. The summer school also marked the first visit to MultiLing through our INTPART network project with four top South African universities.