Programme 2017-2018

All seminars take place in room 3.58, 12.10-13.00

SPRING

7 February 2018

Inmaculada Senra Silva (Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, Madrid)

Grammar Checker for the development of ESL writing skills

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14 February 2018

Gabrielle Hogan-Brun (University of Bristol)

What is the market potential of multilingualism?

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21 February 2018

Jo Angouri (Warwick University)

Title tbc

27 February 2018

Josep Maria Cots (University of Lleida)

Researching and teaching intercultural learning: some methodological issues

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14 March 2018

Sylvia Jaworska (University of Reading)

Title tbc

2 May 2018

Marcus Perlman (University of Birmingham)

Title tbc

AUTUMN

25 October 2017

Cristina Suarez Gomez  (Universitat de les Illes Balears, Majorca)

Language contact and grammatical complexity in the structural nativization of relative clauses in Asian Englishes

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1 November 2017

Esther-Miriam Wagner (Woolf Institute, Cambridge University)

Social transformation and language change in medieval Jewish Arabic

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22 November 2017

 Arianna Maiorani (Loughborough University)

Multimodality and Interdisciplinarity: theoretical issues and promising results

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29 November 2017

Holly Branigan (University of Edinburgh)

Learning as we talk: Syntactic priming effects as evidence for syntactic representation and processing in children’s language development

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6 December 2017

Eva Codó (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Englishization policies and contemporary regimes of precarization: What educational ethnographies reveal

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10 January 2018

Erich Steiner (Universität des Saarlandes)

Models – predictions – data: an (un)problematic relationship? The Example of Systemic  Functional Linguistics (SFL)

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