Monday, 8 February 2016

Free linguistics research seminars: Spring 2016



Here is our programme for the Research on Languages and Linguistics at Sussex seminars. The seminars are free and open to all, so feel free to come along.

All talks in Jubilee G36

27 February, 9.00-15.30
Corpus Linguistics in the South
Doing corpus linguistics with small and large corpora
*places are limited for this one-day event - please book in advance*

24 February (Wk4), 13.00-14.00
Melanie Green (University of Sussex)
Information structure in a spoken corpus of Cameroon Pidgin English
                  
6 April (Wk8), 13.00-14.30,
Anna Gladkova (University of Sussex)
Beauty and the beast: 'aesthetics' opposites across three languages

13 April (Wk9), 13.00-14.30,
Lynne Cahill (University of Sussex)
Exploring the original language of medieval charters

27 April (Wk11), 13.00-14.30,
Antonia Rubino (University of Sydney)
Pseudo-intimacy and agency in an Italo-Australian phone-in radio program

31 May, 10.00-15.00
ROLLS POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE
Plenary speaker: Dr. Enam Al-Wer (University of Essex)


For further information, please contact Charlotte Taylor, School of English, University of Sussex charlotte.taylorATsussex.ac.uk