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A four-day PhD course organized by Janne Bondi Johannessen and MultiLing.
Maria Obojska and Judith Purkarthofer will present their work on language ideologies in transnational families in Norway as a preparation for their presentation for the AAAL Conference in Portland later in March.
MultiLing er for fjerde år på rad med å feire Morsmålsdagen. Årets Morsmålsdagsforelesning holdes av Arnfinn Muruvik Vonen. Arrangementet er gratis og åpent for alle!
Jannis Androutsopoulos, Professor at the University of Hamburg and Professor II at MultiLing, will be presenting his work at this week's Wednesday seminar. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Professor Kees de Bot (University of Pannonia) will give a talk at this week's Wednesday Seminar. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Professor Scott Jarvis (Ohio University) will hold a guest lecture at MultiLing. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Professor Marjolijn Verspoor (Groningen University) will hold a guest lecture at MultiLing. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
The MultiLing winter school 2017 will take place from 30 January - 3 February 2017. This year we will explore the use of ethnographic methodologies to study language, youth and identity.
Frenette Southwood and Helena Oosthuizen from Stellenbosch University in South Africa will join us on the last Clinical Forum of the year to tell us about assessment of multilingual children in South Africa.
Presentation by Guri Bordal Steien and Anne Golden.
The 4th Nordic Interdisciplinary Conference on Discourse and Interaction. Oslo, 23-25 November 2016. Registration by November 1.
Ingrid Lossius Falkum and Franziska Köder from CSMN will visit us on Thursday November 17th to talk about their ongoing poject about children's understanding of metonomy.
Researcher Haley De Korne will give a presentation at this week's Wednesday seminar.
Visiting researcher Ruth Singer, University of Melbourne, will give a lecture at this week's Wednesday seminar. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Interactive workshop on family language policy with Li Wei.
This is a closed event for MultiLing and the MultiFam project.
Master Nathan John Albury ved Institutt for lingvistiske og nordiske studier vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden philosophiae doctor (ph.d.): The folk lingustics of language policy: Knowing, feeling and doing Maori language revitalisation
Francisco Pons from the Department of Psychology (PSI) will come to the Clinical forum on October 20th to talk about his latest data on how children comprehend emotion. He will also introduce the TEst of Emootion Comprehension (TEC)
Anne Marie Dalby Landmarks gives an overview of her dissertation "Negotiating patient involvement in treatment decision making: A conversation analytic study of Norwegian hospital encounters", as a preparation for her upcoming defense, that will take place at Akershus University Hospital, 21st of October. The talk will be in Norwegian (as the defense will be in Scandinavian Languages).
Wednesday seminars are internal (closed) events, unless otherwise specified.
The 2016 Einar Haugen Lecture will be given by a renowned researcher in the field of bilingualism, François Grosjean. Among his many pioneering contributions is his view that bilinguals are not two monolinguals in one person but rather human communicators in their own right. In this lecture, he will discuss the bilingualism of adults and children, the importance of understanding biculturalism, and family strategies and support in the upbringing of bilingual children.
Associate Professor Mike Putnam from Penn State University is visiting MultiLing and he will present his work for us. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Helene Killmer and Ingeborg Ribu will present their PhD projects in clinical linguistics on Thursday September 22nd.
Senior Lecturer Zannie Bock (University of the Western Cape, South-Africa) will hold a guest lecture at MultiLing. The lecture is open to everyone. Welcome!
Narrative, discourse and interaction
Instructors: Anna De Fina (Georgetown) & Alex Georgakopoulou (King’s College London)
The aim of this course is to familiarize you with the main frameworks within discourse and sociolinguistic studies for the analysis of stories and identities.
The linguistic situation in Singapore has undergone dramatic changes in its 50 years of history. A number of linguistic issues have arisen as a result of active language planning policies, including a rapid shift in the languages used by Singaporeans to English only and the demise of the Chinese vernaculars. Learn more at this open lecture!