Henrik Wergelands hus (kart)
Niels Henrik Abels vei 36
A one day seminar on second language learning research in Norway.
This is a closed event.
A workshop on academic publishing, lead by Anna Roderick and Aneta Pavlenko.
This is a closed event.
Julien Mayor is associate professor at Department of Psychology, UiO. He will visit us to talk about children's early language development.
How can we provide opportunities for and support bilinguals in education, and how does our view on language impact the education of all students? Professor of Bilingual Education, Ofelia García, will give the 2017 Einar Haugen Lecture on this topic, and introduces the notion of translingual pedagogy.
Barbara Mertins, professor in psycholinguistics at the Technische Universität Dortmund, will present a critical review of the effects of language on cognition.
Our autumn 2017 Wednesday Seminar series will begin with this lecture by Memet Aktürk-Drake from Vrije Universiteit Brussels. Please note, this will be held exceptionally on a Thursday.
Neuropsychologist Rune Nielsen (Rigshospitalet/University of Copenhagen) will present his research on bilingual cognitive advantages. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Ellen Bialystok is a new honorary doctor at the University of Oslo and will hold a lecture entitled Lifelong Bilingualism: Reshaping Mind and Brain. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Evie Malaia will hold a trial lecture for the position of Associate Professor in Multilingualism. Open for all.
Ayse Seza Dogruoz will hold a trial lecture for the position of Associate Professor in Multilingualism. Open for all.
Yulia Rodina will hold a trial lecture for the position of Associate Professor in Multilingualism. Open for all.
Minna Lehtonen will hold a trial lecture for the position of Associate Professor in Multilingualism. Open for all.
The theme for the MultiLing summer school 2017 is Interdisciplinary approaches to multilingualism – socio-cognitive aspects.
MultiLing – Senter for flerspråklighet, Universitetet i Oslo, Nasjonalbiblioteket og Språkrådet inviterer sammen til et ettermiddagsseminar der vi ønsker å kaste lys over ulike sider ved språket, historien og musikken til romanifolket/taterne i Norge.
Rachel Lehr, Fulbright scholar at the National Library in Oslo, will present her research on the Norwegian linguist Georg Morgenstierne.
Professor of Neurology David Caplan (Harvard Medical School/Massachussetts General Hospital) will share his research and insights with us at this week's Wednesday seminar. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
The lecture will also be streamed live on MultiLing's Facebook page.
The most recent addition to MultiLing's core team, Research Professor Aneta Pavlenko, will be addressing the hot topic of forensic linguistics — language and the law. Open lecture.
Anne Schluter, Marmara University in Istanbul/Turkey, and Kellie Gonçalves will be presenting their work at this week's Wednesday seminar. Wednesday seminars are internal (closed) events, unless otherwise specified.
Jan de Jong from the University of Bergen and the University of Amsterdam will present his research on children with specific language impairment (SLI).
Dr. Mi-Cha Flubacher is a guest researcher at MultiLing from the Department of Applied Linguistics, University of Vienna.
Ingeborg Ribu and Valantis Fyndanis will be presenting their work at this week's Wednesday seminar.
Kristin Vold Lexander will be presenting her work at this week's Wednesday Seminar.
Ann Katrine Marstrand, guest researcher from the University of Southern Denmark, will be presenting her PhD project on Monday April 24th.
On April 6th Helene Fulland from Statped will visit the Clinical forum. She defended her PhD before Christmas, and will talk to us about her work entitled: Language minority children's perspectives on being bilingual - On 'bilanguagers' and their sensitivity towards complexity.
Vi inviterer til feiring for lanseringa av den nye boka Multilingual Ethiopia: Linguistic Challenges and Capacity Building Efforts av Binyam Sisay Mendisu og Janne Bondi Johannessen (red.).