Linguistics Circle Lecture Series 2018 - 2019

The Linguistics Circle is a research talk series that includes speakers from within and outside the university. The talks are open to all members of Bangor University and to the public in general. 

Abstracts for the different talks can be seen by clicking on the respective titles.

All Welcome. 2pm on Wednesdays 

(Unless stated otherwise)

Convenor: Sarah Cooper:

Wednesdays, 2pm

17th October, 2018 

Early phonological development in Welsh-English bilingual children: typical and atypical patterns
Rhonwen Lewis (Cardiff Metropolitan University) 
Lecture Room 5

24th October, 2018

Aloo’gobi, Mangoes and a Small Aubergine: Food, Foodscapes and Nostalgia 
Dr Anindya Raychaudhuri (St Andrews University)
Pontio PL2

7th November, 2018

What touches me?
Rosalind Holgate-Smith (dance artist) 
Followed by Q&A with 
Eva Bru-Dominguez (Bangor University)
Lecture Room 4

28th November, 2018

Secrets, Lies, and Love in Simmel and Shakespeare           
Dr Michael Durrant (Bangor University) & 
Dr Andy Balmer (University of Manchester)
Lecture Room 4

5th December, 2018

Syntactic priming and syntactic development: 
How children’s primed language production informs our understanding of language development.
Dr Katherine Messenger (University of Warwick)
Lecture Room 4

Previous Seminars

Click here for a list of our previous seminars