Past issues of our quarterly newsletter, MultiLing Voices.
In December, we received the best Christmas present we could have wished for: The news that the funding of our INTPART project would be extended until 2021! We also had two doctoral defenses in autumn, and the report "Language in Norway — Culture and Infrastructure" was published. All this and more in our Christmas edition!
December 21, 2018
In June, MultiLing was awarded funding for its second 5-year period as a Center of Excellence. In this issue, you can read about how multilingual families in Norway use social media to juggle up to five languages in a couple of minutes, whereas “Life as a MultiLing researcher” offers a sneak peek into what conferencing is like from the perspective of one of our PhD students.
September 12, 2018
This spring term has been very busy with events for MultiLing. The launch of the center’s socio-cognitive laboratory was a significant milestone, two important conferences were organized—Multilingualism and Education, and Women & Leadership—and June started off with an innovative seminar on the most current research on sign language and interpreting. Happy reading!
June 7 2018
This first issue of MultiLing Voices in 2018 marks an important milestone of MultiLing's work: the grand opening of the center's socio-cognitive laboratory! You can also enjoy reading about our work on an Ethiopian language database and perhaps even start learning Kven online. Enjoy!
March 8, 2018
In our third issue, we present a few highlights from an extremely busy autumn. Pernille Hansen held the fifth and last doctoral defense of 2017, and MultiLing launched a brand new and exciting research topic: forensic linguistics. You can meet the recipients of this year's MA grants, and read about Unn Røyneland's exciting, new appointment. Happy reading!
December 6, 2017
In our second issue, we are excited to announce that Ellen Bialystok is awarded an honorary doctorate at the University of Oslo. Another two of our PhD fellows defended their theses, and our Summer School started the new semester with a bang! Kristin Vold Lexander gives us her take on Life as a MultiLing Researcher, and we introduce a new section, MultiLing in Society.
September 1, 2017
In our very first issue, you can read all about two exciting and very different PhD defenses, check out some of our recent publications and media appearances, and learn about our unique exhibition Oslo says. Language in the city. Valantis Fyndanis kicks off the series Life of a MultiLing Researcher, asking the question, "Is speaking more than one language good for your mind and brain?"
May 1, 2017