Linguistics Circle Lecture Series 2017 - 2018
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. 4:00pm - 5.00pm on Wednesdays, Lecture Room 2, New Arts (unless otherwise stated)
(Unless stated otherwise)
|24th January 2018
The pace of grammaticalization in non-standardized Romance languages (and in comparison to major Romance languages)
Emanuele Miola - University of Milan-Bicocca
7th February 2018
'David Crystal Day'
Talk 1: ‘Language BLANK Literature: from Conjunction to Preposition.’
Main Arts Lecture Theatre at 2pm
|14th February 2018||
Using linguistic prior knowledge in deep learning
|21st February 2018||
Silva Nurmio - Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Room A0:01 - Alun Building
|7th March 2018||
“Placing Places in English: how linguistic context tells us where people think things are”.
Clare Davies (University of Winchester)
|14th March 2018||
Metaphor and the experience of illness.
Elena Semino - Lancaster University
|21st March 2018||
Meaning: Before and Beyond
Tim Wharton - University of Brighton