Linguistics and English Language

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News

Sir Godfrey Thomson Exhibition

3 Aug 2016

Pioneering educational psychologist brought to life...

Forward Thinking Blog: Dr Guy Fletcher

25 Jul 2016

New Forward Thinking Podcast now available...

Forward Thinking Blog: Lauren Hall-Lew

1 Jul 2016

New Forward Thinking Podcast now available...

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Events

Linguistic Circle

8 Sep 2016 16:10 – 17:00

Speaker: Gladys Tang (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Title: "TBA"

Linguistic Circle

29 Sep 2016 16:10 – 17:00

Speaker: Pavel Iosad (University of Edinburgh)
Title: "The northwest European phonological...

Language Variation and Change Research Group

5 Oct 2016 13:10 – 14:00

Daniel Lawrence (University of Edinburgh), 'Do some people notice pronunciation differences more...

Language Variation and Change Research Group

19 Oct 2016 13:10 – 14:00

Speaker TBC (Affiliation TBC), 'Title TBC'.

Linguistic Circle

27 Oct 2016 16:10 – 17:00

Speaker: Nathan Hill (SOAS)
Title: "The contribution of Tibetan to the Study of...

Language Variation and Change Research Group

2 Nov 2016 13:10 – 14:00

Speaker TBC (Affiliation TBC), 'Title TBC'.

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