Guest lectures and seminars
A guest lecture by Sendy Caffarra.
Aleese Block, visiting Oslo from UC Davis, talks about the production and perception of word-final devoicing in German across text-to-speech and naturally-produced utterances.
Helge Lødrup will talk about Norwegian verbs.
Camilo Rodríguez Ronderos talks about words like "fucking" and how it is processed in conversation.
by Georgia Zellou (University of California, Davis)
Henrik Torgersen will give a naiselais seminar about a previously undescribed way of diminutivizing process in Norwegian.
Pritty Grosz-Patel postpones her talk to next semester.
Paulina Lyskawa (UiT) presents work from the ExSynOp project. Using automatic phonological alignment of data from the Nordic Word Order Database, she and her colleagues have tested phonological hypotheses explaining object shift in Scandinavian.
Jamie Findlay talks about what idioms really are.
Masha Esipova presents new quantitative data on whether inferences about prejudice contributed by slurs persist under ellipsis in dialogue.
Timo B. Roettger will give you the answer you don't want to hear, but deserve.
Mai Ha Vu talks about her postdoctoral project of applying linguistics to solving questions in immunology.
Our new postdoc Nathan Young talks about loanwords in Swedish, and looks specifically at hip-hop lyrics.
Eline Visser (guest researcher and postdoc in Åshild Næss's project) talks about her project. The event is in English and open to everyone. Welcome!
All scholars with an interest in reception studies and book history are welcome to register for the seminar. Keynote addresses by Simone Murray (Monash University, Australia) and Shafquat Towheed (Open University, UK). The event is held in Oslo and streamed via Zoom.
David Felipe Guerrero-Beltran (Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle, Université de Paris/CNRS & School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne) holder foredrag. Han skal snakke om grammatiske relasjoner i et australsk språk. Arrangementet er åpent for alle. Velkommen!