Seminars and Workshops in Semester 2, 2018/19
REGULAR DEPARTMENT EVENTS
Department seminars are usually scheduled each Wednesday during term time in the Reading Room (Blk AS5-05-09) unless otherwise stated. Speakers are staff members and guests to the Department. All are welcome.
|Mon, 18 Mar 3pm – 5pm
||All in One and One of Many: Representativeness in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture
By Heather Brink-Roby
|Mon, 1 Apr 4pm – 5:30pm
||Sparse input, rich inferences: connecting comparative syntax and learnability concerns
By Nick Huang
|Wed, 03 Apr 4pm – 5:30pm
||Romantic Entanglements: The Figure of an Era
By Andrew Warren
|Wed, 08 Apr 4pm – 5:30pm
||What schools do to language: Curriculum, language ideology,and the challenges of teaching
By Mark C. Lewis
|Wed, 10 Apr 4pm – 5:30pm
||That’s the Thing: The Material Turn in Literary Studies
By Liedeke Plate, Radboud University (The Netherlands)
|Thur, 11 Apr 4pm – 5:30pm
||‘Brexit and Legitimation’
By Rowan R. Mackay
|Mon, 15 Apr 4pm – 5:30pm
||On Late Modernist Wartime: Critical Empathy and the Phenomenology of an Air Raid
By Beryl Pong
Sociolinguistics Reading Group
The Sociolinguistics Reading Group is open to anyone who is interested in sociolinguistics.
The group meets for around one hour every Thursday afternoon at 1pm during term time in the Reading Room (Blk AS5-05-09) unless otherwise stated. The reading group will discuss current research articles from sociolinguistic journals (Language in Society, Journal of Sociolinguistics, etc).
For more information, please email Wang Tianxiao email@example.com.
ENDDOC Reading Group
The ENDDOC (on Endangered Languages & Language Documentation) Reading Group usually meets alternate Mondays during term time at Meeting Room 6, PC Commons, Education Resource Center (ERC) Level 2 University Town (above Starbucks) unless otherwise stated. All are welcome. Details: Enddoc general.