Lecture Series in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
Location: Ross S 562
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- Monday, Jan. 27, 5:30-6:30
Geoff Lawrence (York University) Poster (PDF)
- Thursday, Feb. 6, 5:15-6:15
James Walker (York University)
- Tuesday, Feb. 25, 5:15-6:15
Veena Dwivedi (Brock University)
- Thursday, March 13, 5:15-6:15
On the notion of "word": the case of noun incorporation
Eric Mathieu (University of Ottawa)
- Thursday, Sept. 26, 5:15-6:15
Sali Tagliamonte (Univ. of Toronto)
"Probabilistic syntax in sociolinguistic corpora: The dative alternation"
- Thursday, Oct. 24, 5:15-6:15
Alexei Kochetov (Univ. of Toronto),
"Tracking and Imaging the Tongue: New insights into language-particular phonetic variability" Poster (PDF)
- Tuesday, November 12, 5-6
Robert Kohls (OISE/Univ. of Toronto)
"Tales from a church basement: Exploring beliefs about writing and a writer's voice among volunteer literacy tutors and their multilingual students" Poster (PDF)
- Thursday, November 28, 5:15-6:15
Arsalan Kahnemuyipour (UTM) & Susana Bejar, (University of Toronto)
"Non-canonical agreement in copular contexts" Poster (PDF)
- Tuesday, December 3, 5-6
Clarissa Jordao (Univ. of Parana, Brazil)
- January 17
Celeste Rodríguez Louro (University of Western Australia)
"Quotatives and tense variation in cross-generational Australian English speech"
- January 24
Alister Cumming (OISE, University of Toronto)
"Where do language, literacy, and culture intersect? And what should educational researchers do about it?"
- February 28
Ellen Bialystok (York University)
Title "Reshaping the Mind: The Benefits of Bilingualism"
Location: Curtis Lecture Hall J.
- April 1
Universidade de São Paulo/New York University
"Coda (r) in the sociolinguistic landscape of São Paulo"
Monday, 1 April, 5:00 PM
Ross South 562
York University, Keele Campus
- October 11
Véronique Lacoste (Universität Freiburg)
"Language variation, acquisition and usage in creole-speaking communities:
Jamaican children in school and Haitians in the Canadian diaspora"
- October 16
Miriam Meyerhoff (The University of Auckland)
"Defining "indefinite" in N'kep (Vanuatu)"
- October 18
Jordana Garbati (University of Western Ontario)
"Inclusion of English Language Learners in Core French: Ontario Teachers' Perspectives"
- November 22
Nate Charlow (University of Toronto)
Title: "The meaning of imperatives: a guided tour"
- November 29
Rebecca Pardo (University of Pennsylvania)
Title "How Television Producers Do Things With Words: Multimodal Analysis In and Of
The Edit Room"
- Jan 27
Cécile Vigouroux (Simon Fraser)
"Why isn't there a South African French variety?" -- special day and time (Friday at 3pm)
- Feb 9
Jim Cummins (OISE, University of Toronto)
"Reflections on the Policy Impact of 40 years of Applied Linguistics Research in Canada"
- March 1
Daniela Isac (Concordia U)
Title "Discourse level polarity items"
This talk investigates the properties of the discourse, rather than of a single sentence.
- March 30
Anne-José Villeneuve (University of Toronto)
Title "Language contact and bilingualism effects in Vimeu, France: the influence of Picard on French"
Ahrong Lee (DLLL Korean)
Alexandre Duchêne (Université de Fribourg/Universität Freiburg, Switzerland)
"State's instrumentalisation of linguistic diversity: Swiss multilingualism as a national profit?"
Kelly Nedwick (Yale University)
"Metalinguistic Negation from a Developmental Standpoint"
Antonella Valeo (DLLL ESL)
Wladyslaw Cichocki (University of New Brunswick)
"Retention of traditional phonetic features in Acadian French"
Khaled Barkaoui (York University)
Professor Karen Englander (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California)
"Writing Research in a Second Language: Data from Spanish-Speaking Scientists""
Alejandro Paz (University of Toronto)
"Enregistering Ethnic Difference: Latino Labor Migrants' Bilingual Discourse in Israel"
Michael Friesner (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Developing the Variationist Study of Ethnicity in Montréal French
Eva Codó (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Civic society institutions and the state in neoliberalism: An ethnographic sociolinguistic study of legal advice services for migrants in Spain
Daphnée Simard (Université du Québec à Montréal)
"Metasyntactic Ability Among Heritage Language Children: Looking at Explanatory Variables"
Gerard van Herk (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
"Work that -S! Drag queens, gender, identity, and traditional Newfoundland English"
Professor Lindsay Brooks (OISE/University of Toronto)
"Paired Performance in a Test of Oral Proficiency"
Professor Stephen Levey (University of Ottawa)
Professor Naomi Nagy (University of Toronto)
"Heritage Language Variation and Change in Toronto: Focus on Faeto"
(co-sponsored with the Centre for Research on Language Contact)
Professor Robert Hagiwara (University of Manitoba/York University) "Spectrogram Reading for Fun and Profit
Professor Adam Schembri (University College London) "The British Sign Language Corpus Project: Documenting and Describing Sociolinguistic Variation and Change in BSL"
Professor Brian Morgan (Glendon College, York University) "Fostering Conceptual Roles for Change: Identity Options for EAP/ESL Teacher Preparation"
Professor Ping Deters (OISE/University of Toronto & Seneca College) "Identity, Agency, and Second Language Acquisition: The Case of Internationally Educated Professionals in Ontario"