Henrik Wergelands hus (kart)
Niels Henrik Abels vei 36
Wednesday seminars are MultiLing's primary forum for presenting various dimensions of research on multilingualism. Open seminar.
Kick-off meeting for the pilot project Acquisition of literacy in bilingual Norwegian Russian children: Mainstream and complementary schools in Oslo. Closed event.
Guest lecture by Dr. Andrew Hodges (IEF, Croatia). Open lecture.
Over the last twenty years, the proliferation of digital communication technologies and the increase of global mobility have reshaped language practices worldwide. A ‘new media sociolinguistics’ has emerged as a sub-discipline of sociolinguistics with interdisciplinary links to media and communication studies, education, sociology and anthropology. Instructors are Jannis Androutsopoulos (University of Hamburg) and Ana Deumert (University of Cape Town).
Presentation by Professor Bjørn Ramberg (CSMN, UiO). Closed event.
Seminar on language acquisition in bilingual children, by one of Denmark's top child language specialists, Professor Dorthe Bleses. Open seminar.
Professor Andrew Linn (University of Sheffield, UK) will be giving the first Wednesday Seminar of 2015. Open to everyone at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies.
This two-day workshop on linguistic landscapes is open to researchers at MultiLing only.
This lecture focuses on the bodily, emotional, and historico-political dimensions of language experience along life trajectories. Open lecture.
Alexandra Jaffe (CSULB, United States) will be giving the presentation at the first Conf'apéro of 2015. Closed event.
Conf'Apéros are closed events.
Professor Jan Svennevig and PhD fellow Kamilla Kraft (MultiLing) give the presentation at this year's final Wednesday seminar. Closed event.
MultiLing postdoctoral fellow Alfonso Del Percio gives a presentation on the role of language in migration to the EU. Closed event.
Guest lecture on the relationship between language, space and social mobility, by Médéric Gasquet-Cyrus, Aix-Marseille University/LPL, France. Open lecture.
Presentation by Øystein A. Vangsnes from UiT The Arctic University of Norway & Sogn og Fjordane University College. Open event.
NB! This month's Conf'apéro is on a Tuesday, not the usual Thursday. The title of this Conf'apéro is The futility of studying performance, with a presentation by Jan Terje Faarlund (UiO). Closed event.
Open guest lecture with Professor Dr. Mehmet-Ali Akıncı (Université de Rouen – IRED, France).
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).