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This week's CRS speaker is Amelia Joulain-Jay, from the Department of History and CASS, Lancaster University, who will be delivering a talk titled Collocation statistics in OCR data: are they reliable?
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Amelia Joulain-Jay
The Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University is preparing an ELT symposium in honour of Alan Waters on 24 February 2017 followed by a fell walk in the Lake District on 25 February 2017.
The FORGE is pleased to announce our upcoming event welcoming Dr Bela Chatterjee talking about 'Gender and cyberwarfare – a critical examination of key terms and images'.
Event Time
1-2pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Dr Bela Chatterjee
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Greg Myers, on Stories and stance in research interviews: Closings, interpretations, and reorientations.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Greg Myers
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Nicola Halenko, on 'Evaluating the explicit pragmatic instruction of requests and apologies in a study abroad setting: the case of Chinese ESL learners at a UK Higher Education Institution'.
Event Time
12-1pm
Venue
Bowland North SR1
Speaker
Nicola Halenko
The FORGE is delighted to announce our first external guest speaker of 2017: Former Detective Chief Superintendent Laurence Carr (Merseyside Police).
Event Time
12-2pm
Venue
George Fox LT3
Speaker
Former Detective Chief Superintendent Laurence Carr (Merseyside Police)
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Franz Holzknecht who will talk about "Listening once or twice: A pilot study"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Franz Holzknecht
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Michael Kranert (Edinburgh Napier University), on Mapping political cultures, or ‘genre' as central category of comparative political discourse analysis. The case of Third Way discourses in Germany and the UK at the turn of the 21st century
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
Bowland North SR15
Speaker
Michael Kranert
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Hiroko Usami who will talk about "The CEFR in Japan"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Hiroko Usami
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Elisabeth Reber (University of Wuerzburg), on Evidence in Prime Minister's Questions.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Elisabeth Reber
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Anuchit Toomaneejinda who will talk about "ELF disagreement in academic group discussion: A work-in-progress"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Anuchit Toomaneejinda
The 'Culture, Society and Medicine' seminar series welcomes Angela Woods (Durham University).
Event Time
13.00 - 14.00
Venue
County Main SR4
Speaker
Angela Woods
The FORGE is pleased to announce our upcoming event welcoming Prof Tim Grant (Aston) talking about 'Taking language analysis to Court – How linguistic investigative advice, language evidence, and expert opinion are used in the UK justice system'.
Event Time
1-2pm
Venue
Management School LT6
Speaker
Prof Tim Grant
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Steve Oswald (University of Fribourg, Switzerland). Title TBA
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Steve Oswald
The 'Culture, Society and Medicine' seminar series welcomes Dr Miriam Bernard, Professor of Social Gerontology, Keele University, England and Dr Jill Rezzano, Head of Education, the New Vic Theatre, North Staffordshire.
Event Time
13.00 - 14.00
Venue
County Main SR1
Speaker
Dr Miriam Bernard and Dr Jill Rezzano
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Elena Semino, on Metaphor and narrative in the experience of illness.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Elena Semino
We are pleased to announce the 12th Lancaster University International Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching which will take place at Lancaster University on Monday 26 June 2017.
Venue
Lancaster University
We are pleased to announce that the 23rd edition of AMLaP will be hosted at Lancaster University, September 7-9, 2017. AMLaP (Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing) is the leading European conference in psycholinguistics.
Event Time
September 7-9, 2017
Venue
Lancaster University
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