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Dr David Hornsby (Kent).
Tuesday 05 May 2015, 18:00-19:15
Prof. Sylvie Frigon (Ottawa).
Thursday 23 April 2015, 18:00-19:15
Sylvie Frigon (Ottawa).
Thursday 01 May 2014, 18:00-19:15
Damien Mooney (University of Oxford).
Tuesday 12 November 2013, 18:00-19:15
Dr Leigh Oakes (Queen Mary, London).
Thursday 08 March 2012, 18:00-19:15
Dr James Costa (ENS, Lyon).
Tuesday 01 November 2011, 18:00-19:15
Damien Mooney (Oxford).
Wednesday 02 March 2011, 18:00-19:15
Elena Pala (Cambridge).
Wednesday 26 January 2011, 18:00-19:15
Dr Damien Hall (York).
Tuesday 16 November 2010, 18:00-19:15
Dr Ruth Kircher (SOAS).
Tuesday 19 October 2010, 18:00-19:15
Dr. Tim Jenkins (Cambridge).
Wednesday 05 May 2010, 19:00-20:00
Dr. Robert Blackwood (Liverpool).
Thursday 18 February 2010, 18:00-19:15
Dr Emmanuelle Labeau, Aston University.
Thursday 05 November 2009, 18:00-19:15
Dr Richard P. Ingham, Birmingham City University.
Thursday 22 October 2009, 18:00-19:15
Stephen Leonard, Exeter College, Oxford.
Tuesday 19 May 2009, 18:00-19:15
Mr J.C. Smith (St Catherine's College, Oxford).
Tuesday 24 February 2009, 20:45-22:00
La correspondance familière et l'emploi des temps du passé à l'indicatif: vers la disparition du passé simple. Comment, pourquoi? Méthode d'enquête et questions en suspens.
Philippe Caron (Université de Poitiers & French Government Visiting Professor, University of Cambridge).
Friday 06 February 2009, 13:00-14:45
Dr. Kate Beeching (University of the West of England).
Tuesday 27 January 2009, 20:45-22:00
Endangered language maintenance and revitalisation: issues of ‘authenticity and ‘correctness’ (with reference to varieties of French).
Dr. Julia Sallabank (Endangered Languages Programme, SOAS).
Tuesday 25 November 2008, 20:45-22:00
Professor Thierry Bulot (Rennes 2).
Tuesday 28 October 2008, 20:45-22:00
"Politique et exercice de la langue sous les premiers Bourbons: les conflits de pouvoir et la question de la norme dans la première moitié du XVIIe siècle".
1. Please note change of time and venue 2. This will be a joint session with the Early Modern French Seminar
Philippe Caron (Université de Poitiers and Churchill College).
Friday 16 May 2008, 13:00-14:45
David Hornsby (Cambridge).
Tuesday 04 March 2008, 19:30-21:00
Anna Tristram (Cambridge).
Tuesday 19 February 2008, 19:30-21:00
Thomas Rainsford (Cambridge).
Tuesday 05 February 2008, 19:30-21:00
Thierry Bulot (Rennes).
Tuesday 20 November 2007, 20:45-22:00
Tim Pooley (London Metropolitan).
Tuesday 06 November 2007, 20:45-22:00
Ros Temple (New College, Oxford).
Tuesday 23 October 2007, 20:45-22:00
L'invention de la définition en langue dans la "La Logique" de Port-Royal (1662) et le "Dictionnaire de l'Académie" (1694)
Please note change of time and venue
Thursday 10 May 2007, 17:30-18:30
Edith Esch (University Cambridge).
Wednesday 07 March 2007, 20:30-21:30
The evolution of "constructions" from Latin to French: the evolution of valency patterns and valency reorganisation
Lene Schøsler (Copenhagen).
Wednesday 21 February 2007, 20:30-21:30
Avi Lifschitz (Brasenose, Oxford).
Wednesday 07 February 2007, 20:30-21:30
Brechtje Post (University of Cambridge).
Wednesday 24 January 2007, 20:30-21:30
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