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Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Reconceptualising conditionals

UserChi-Hé Elder, University of East Anglia.

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 21 January 2016, 16:30-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Eliminating A/A'-positions

UserCoppe van Urk, Queen Mary University of London.

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 26 November 2015, 16:30-18:30

Cambridge Institute for Language Research events

Bilingual Language and Cognition: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Workshop sponsored by Cambridge Institute of Language Research, organised by Dr. Luna Filipovic (Linguistics) and Dr. Napoleon Katsos (RCEAL)

UserMultiple speakers (see www.cilr.cam.ac.uk for details).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockFriday 18 March 2011, 09:00-19:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Phonetic and phonological aspects of gemination in Lebanese Arabic

UserDr Ghada Khattab (School of Education Communication and Language Sciences, University of Newcastle).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 11 June 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

The pragmatic bases of musical meaning

UserDr Ian Cross and Ghofur Woodruff (Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 28 May 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Loan Word Typology

UserProf Bernard Comrie (Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 14 May 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Dealing with disasters: the problem of polysemy

UserProf Jean Aitchison (Faculty of English Language and Literature, University of Oxford).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 30 April 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Eye tracking and syntactic processing in children with Williams Syndrome

UserDr Diane Nelson (Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, University of Leeds).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 05 March 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Constructions, functional heads and unbounded dependencies

UserProf Bob Borsley (Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 19 February 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Quantifying dialect similarity by comparison of the lexical distribution of phonemes

UserDr. Warren Maguire (School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences, University of Edinburgh).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 05 February 2009, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Variation in British Sign Language

UserDr Rachel Sutton-Spence, Centre for Deaf Studies, University of Bristol.

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 27 November 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

How to learn and use a language

UserProf Richard Hudson (Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 05 June 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Contributions of phonetic detail to understanding speech processing

UserProf Sarah Hawkins (Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 22 May 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Immanuel Kant’s Sparrow: High level acoustic communication in songbirds and humans

UserDr Lucie Salwiczek, Dept of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge.

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 08 May 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

What goes wrong when speakers stutter?

UserProf Peter Howell (Department of Psychology, UCL).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 13 March 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Referential intentions and minimal semantics

UserProf Emma Borg (Department of Philosophy, University of Reading).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 28 February 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

The role of statistical learning in early generative L2 grammars

UserProf Roger Hawkins (Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Essex).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 14 February 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Tone contrast maintenance driving phonological change in intonation grammars

UserProf Carlos Gussenhoven (Department of Linguistics, Radboud University Nijmegen).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 31 January 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

'A fair knowledge of their tongue': Re-evaluating Missionary Linguistics

change of time

UserDr Marcus Tomalin (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 17 January 2008, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

When and where does language change? Syntax, phonology, acquisition and diachrony

*back to usual venue*

UserDr Patrick Honeybone (Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 29 November 2007, 17:30-19:00

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Historical sociolinguistics and the transmission of language change

UserProf Terttu Nevalainen (Department of Linguistics, University of Helsinki).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 01 November 2007, 17:30-19:00

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

The fascinating first year

UserProf David Crystal (School of Linguistics and English Language, University of Wales, Bangor).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 18 October 2007, 17:30-19:00

Cambridge Institute for Language Research events

CILR meeting

Please see www.cilr.cam.ac.uk for agenda

UserSpeaker to be confirmed.

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 07 June 2007, 16:00-17:00

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Discourse variation, grammaticalisation, and stuff like that

UserProf Jenny Cheshire (Department of Linguistics, Queen Mary, University of London).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 08 March 2007, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Compounding in English and the nature of attribution

Dinner with speaker afterwards at Sala Thong (Thai); email apc38 if interested

UserProf Heinz Giegerich (Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 08 February 2007, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Some aspects of verb morphology and syntax in Modern Aramaic

*Back to usual venue*

UserProf Geoffrey Khan (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 25 January 2007, 17:00-18:30

Cambridge University Linguistic Society

Concord, convergence and accommodation in bilingual children

UserProf Andrew Radford (Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex).

HouseGR06-7, English Faculty, 9 West Road (Sidgwick Site).

ClockThursday 19 October 2006, 17:00-18:30

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