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Corpus Linguistics Online Talks Spring 2024


Workshop: Language@Leeds Sharing Impact Practice

We take 'impact' to refer to any change that academic activity generates in the world beyond academia. Objectives to showcase and...

CELCE Talk. Prof Ian Maddieson: What accounts for the geographical distribution of tone languages?

Speaker: Professor Ian Maddieson (University of New Mexico). Title: What accounts for the geographical distribution of tone languages? (with a discursus on...

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Looking for a PGR Rep

Would you like to co-lead the L@L PGR Group? Do you have a supervisee who would? The L@L PGR Group...

New project: Making democratic spaces more inclusive and accessible for all.

Prof Serge Sharoff and Dr Carlo Eugeni have been awarded EU Horizon funding to take part in the project "iDEM:...

New paper and policy note by Dr Cat Davies: Early education provides sustained benefits

The more time pre-schoolers spent in childcare during the first year of the pandemic, the more their vocabulary grew, a new study has found.  

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