Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2019 - Perspectives on Language Change

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Created: 2019-11-25 14:17
Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Description: Talks from the annual meeting of minds organised by Cambridge Language Sciences Interdisciplinary Research Centre
Website: https://www.languagesciences.cam.ac.uk
 

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Change and stability in the native language of migrants

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Keynote lecture by Prof. Monika S. Schmid, Dept. of Language & Linguistics, University of Essex

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2019 - Perspectives on Language Change

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Mon 25 Nov 2019


Darling, dukeling, duckling: how historical corpora can verify predicted pathways of language change

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Talk by Dr Marieke Meelen, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Theoretical & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2019 - Perspectives on Language Change

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Mon 25 Nov 2019


Poster slam 2019

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1-minute talks by the poster presenters on a range of topics

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2019 - Perspectives on Language Change

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Mon 25 Nov 2019


Language change as a (random?) walk in entropy space

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Talk by Dr Christian Bentz, Assistant Professor, University of Tübingen

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2019 - Perspectives on Language Change

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Mon 25 Nov 2019


The acquisition and evolution of linguistic variation

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Keynote lecture by Prof. Kenny Smith, Centre for Language Evolution, University of Edinburgh

Collection: Language Sciences Annual Symposium 2019 - Perspectives on Language Change

Institution: Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Created: Mon 25 Nov 2019