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Tid og sted: 18. mai 2017 14:1516:00, Rom 536, Henrik Wergelands hus

Jan de Jong from the University of Bergen and the University of Amsterdam will present his research on children with specific language impairment (SLI). 

Tid og sted: 6. apr. 2017 14:1516:00, Room 536, Henrik Wergelands Hus

On April 6th Helene Fulland from Statped will visit the Clinical forum. She defended her PhD before Christmas, and will talk to us about her work entitled: Language minority children's perspectives on being bilingual - On 'bilanguagers' and their sensitivity towards complexity.

Research assistant Eirik collecting information in USA.
Tid og sted: 20. mars 2017 09:0023. mars 2017 16:00, Multiling, ILN, Henrik Wergelands hus, Blindern, Oslo

A four-day PhD course organized by Janne Bondi Johannessen and MultiLing. 

Photo: Nadia Frantsen/ UiO
Tid og sted: 30. jan. 20173. feb. 2017, MultiLing Meeting Room

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.

Tid og sted: 1. des. 2016 14:1516:00, HW536

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. 

Tid og sted: 17. nov. 2016 14:1516:00, HW536

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.

Tid og sted: 20. okt. 2016 14:1516:00, HW536

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)

Tid og sted: 22. sep. 2016 14:1516:00, HW536

Helene Killmer and Ingeborg Ribu will present their PhD projects in clinical linguistics on Thursday September 22nd.

Tid og sted: 5. sep. 2016 09:159. sep. 2016 16:00, Center for Multlingualism in Society across the Lifespan

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.

Tid og sted: 26. mai 2016 14:1516:00, HW536

The conference International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association (ICPLA) 2016 is held in Halifax, Canada, 15.-18. of June. We have been accepted with four oral presentations and will present two of them at this meeting: 

1) N-LARSP: Adaption of the LARSP profile chart to Norwegian

2) Cross-linguistic adaptations of The Comprehensive Aphasia Test: challenges and solutions

Photo: Terje Heiestad/UiO
Tid og sted: 1. feb. 20165. feb. 2016, MultiLing Meeting Room

We are proud to present our third annual Winter School! This year it will be all about experimental methods. A wide range of fields, from psycholinguistics and cognitive psychology to sociolinguistics, will be represented and discussed by six different lecturers. The Winter School is open for fellows who are pursuing a PhD in linguistics. There is no course fee, but participants will have to cover their own travel and accommodation expenses.

Tid og sted: 26. nov. 2015 14:1516:00, Room 536, Henrik Wergelands hus

Postdoctoral fellow Valantis Fyndanis at MultiLing will give a lecture at the Forum for clinical linguistics and language acquisition on the 26th of November. The title of his talk is: "Testing the Tense Underspecification Hypothesis: Evidence from Greek, Italian, and German". 

Tid og sted: 12. nov. 2015 14:1516:00, Room 536, Henrik Wergelands hus

PhD fellow Yeșim Sevinç at MultiLing will give a lecture at the Forum for clinical linguistics and language acquisition on the 12th of November. The title of her talk is: "Language anxiety across generations, across disciplines: Implications for the relation between bilingual speech, anxiety and physiology".