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Wednesday seminars are internal events, unless otherwise specified.
This workshop thus aims to make a contribution to showing how issues of language and culture are oriented to in everyday workplace interaction.
Professor Tess Fitzpatrick (Cardiff University, UK) will be discussing what place word association methods have in a linguist's toolkit, and under which conditions they can be reliably used. Welcome to this open lecture!
Kickoff workshop for the project "MultiFam: Family language policy in multilingual transcultural families". Closed event.
Closed workshop. More information coming shortly.
This workshop invites descriptions and analyses of the metalinguistic discourses as well as the linguistic practices that sustain and reproduce, but also potentially contest or inflect regimes of standardization. Closed workshop: Open to MultiLing members only.
Though American born, Einar Haugen was as well one of the most European of linguists; where others saw trans-Atlantic conceptual conflict, he professed comparability. While he rose to eminence within a structuralist episteme, his most imaginative contributions can now be appreciated through the lens of sociolinguistic process.
The 2015 Einar Haugen Lecture will be given by Michael Silverstein, and is open to everyone.
Open guest lecture by Professor Silvina Montrul (University of Illinois, US).
Seminar series at MultiLing. Visiting scholar Shirin Zubair will be giving a talk on metaphorical constructions of identity in Pakistani women's informal conversations. This seminar is open to MultiLing members.
The workshop focusses on using the software ELAN to transcribe and analyze video data. Instructors are Jennifer Gerwing and Sara Healing.
It's once again time for our biannual PhD course! The lecturers are Jim Cummins (University of Toronto) and Lynda Yates (Macquarie University, Sydney).
Seminar series at MultiLing, this time with a presentation by MultiLing postdoctoral fellow Hana Gustafsson. Open to everyone.
In this guest lecture, Julia de Bres will look into connections between different types of minority languages in post-colonial New Zealand. A key focus will be the language ideologies adopted by the minority language representatives to justify their position and aspirations in relation to other language groups. Open lecture.
Seminar for the project "Linguistic Capacity Building — Tools for the inclusive development of Ethiopia". Open to project members only.
Half-day methodology workshop with Francis Hult (Lund University). Open to everyone at the Faculty of Humanities.
Høgskolen i Hedmark og Multiling, Universitetet i Oslos senter for fremragende forskning, arrangerer den 12. nordiske forskningskonferansen om nordiske språk som andre- og fremmedspråk.
Wednesday seminars are MultiLing's primary forum for presenting various dimensions of research on multilingualism. The presenter is visiting scholar Jürgen Jaspers (Free University of Brussels). Open seminar.
Guest lecture by soon-to-be MultiLing postdoctoral fellow Valantis Fyndanis. This presentation will show that focusing on healthy aging can provide significant insights on the relationship between language and cognition, as well as on the nature of the language impairment. Open lecture.
This workshop will discuss the feature pool, Second Language Acquisition and the Emergence of Creoles: What have we Learned to Date? The invited speaker is Professor Salikoko Mufwene (University of Chicago). Registration is necessary to participate in this event.
Wednesday seminars are MultiLing's primary forum for presenting various dimensions of research on multilingualism. Open seminar.
Guest lecture by visiting scholar Professor Suzanne Quay (ICU, Japan). Quay specializes in child language and multilingualism. Open lecture.
Presentation by MultiLing guest researcher Vuk Vukotic, PhD student at the Research Institute of the Lithuanian Language in Vilnius.
Open lecture by Professor Alison Wray.