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Mini-workshop with Professor Mehmet-Ali Akıncı, University of Rouen, France. Open to everyone, but registration is required.
This month's Wednesday seminar is about minority languages, with a presentation by Pia Lane (MultiLing). Closed event.
The course is given by Distinguished Professor Loraine Obler (CUNY, US), and will span two terms – with one intensive teaching session in the fall of 2014 (October 20–28), and the other in the spring of 2015 (April 13–20).
Seyhun Topbaş (Anadolu University, Turkey) is Professor of Speech-language therapy and a collaborating partner of MultiLing. Open lecture.
A two-day workshop organized by Anne Golden, Hanne Gram Simonsen and Yulia Rodina.
In this workshop we bring together scholars who have engaged in language planning and standardisation practically and/or theoretically in Europe.
Change of presenter: Professor Jan Svennevig of MultiLing is this month's presenter. Conf'apéros are closed events.
Open guest lecture with Professor Emerita Celia Roberts (King's College London, UK).
Seminar with Professor Emerita Celia Roberts (King's College London, UK). Closed event.
A symposium on bilingualism and language acquisition in children. Organised by Yulia Rodina (MultiLing, UiO) and Marit Westergaard (CASTL, UiT), held at and funded by The Norwegian University Center in St. Petersburg. Open to everyone.
Presentation by Dr Azeb Amha (Leiden University, the Netherlands). This open lecture is part of a lecture series organised by the Forum for Theoretical Linguistics.
Guest lecture by Dr Binyam Sisay Mendisu from the Dept. of Linguistics, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. Open lecture.
Using language analysis to determine the origins of asylum seekers proves problematic, argues Professor Monika S. Schmid. Open lecture.
Presentation by Tommaso Milani (Witwatersrand University, South Africa) and Scott Burnett (loveLife, South Africa). Open event.
Workshop on academic publishing with Tommaso M. Milani, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.
Guest lecture on language in the public space by visiting researcher Tommaso Milani, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Open event.
Guest lecture by Professor Jim Cummins, University of Toronto. Open lecture.
The first Conf'apéro of the semester is entitled Identity: A zombie concept?, with a presentation by Thomas Hylland Eriksen (UiO). Conf'apéros are closed events.
For this season's first Wednesday Seminar, we will be visited by Professor Deborah Dubiner. Open to staff and students at the Dept. of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies.
The topic for the seventh Conf'Apéro is The preservation of endangered languages, with a presentation by Ivo Spira (IKOS, UiO). This is a closed event.
Monthly seminar series at MultiLing. The Wednesday Seminars are open to everyone at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies.
Cecelia Cutler is an Associate Professor of linguistics at City University New York, Lehman College and The Graduate Center, New York City, USA. Her lecture is entitled “Ets jast ma booooooooooooo”: the emerging social meanings of Scottish accents in contemporary animated children’s films, and looks into how accents are used for effect in animated kids' films today. Open to everyone.
Associate professor at Roskilde University Janus Mortensen will visit UiO on June 6th to give a guest lecture on the phonetic reduction of faktisk ‘actually’, and has agreed to start the day with a guest lecture at MultiLing about English as a lingua franca. Open to the public.