Lectures and Workshops Spring Term 2020

Her dow half spake posh, dow her. The Black Country dialect: what does it sound like, why is it so unpopular, and how does its use of the pronouns she and her express solidarity, respect and disrespect?

Lecture

Lyndon Higgs

Format: Forum Language and Society
Locality: Unitobler, room F-123
Time: 10.03.2020, 16.15 – 17.45

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Multiethnolects and The Founder Principle – The dominance of Romani and Turkish loans in Low Stockholmian

Lecture

Nathan Young

CANCELLED! 

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Three vernacular determiners in York English: jointly deriving evidence for processes of change

Lecture

Laura Rupp

Format: Forum Language and Society
Locality: Unitobler, room F-123
Time: 03.03.2020, 16.15 – 17.45

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Mobility, migration and reciprocity: A look at communicative practices an identity constructions within a transient community

Lecture

Anna De Fina

Format: Forum Language and Society
Locality: Unitobler, Seminarraum F-122
Time: 21.02.20, 16.15 – 17.45

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Memetic practice in social media: From repetition and imitation to critical recontextualization

Workshop

Sirpa Leppänen

Format: Workshop Language and Society
Locality: Unitobler, SMeeting Room Walter Benjamin Kolleg
Time: 20.02.2020, 14.00 - 16.00 Uhr

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Variationslinguistik diachron. Sprachwandel und Stilwandel in historischen deutschen Predigten

Lecture

Simon Pickl

Format: Forum Language and Society
Locality: Unitobler, Seminarraum F-123
Time: 18.02.2020, 16.15 – 17.45 Uhr

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