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Research Center for Language and Cognition (CLCG)

Linguistics Lunch 2023

Monthly on Thursday, 12.00-12.45:

Usually hosted in Collaboratory A in the Harmony Building

  • 12.15 - 12.30: Presentation 1
  • 12.30 - 12.45: Presentation 2

An overview of the 2023 Linguistics Lunches can be found below: 

Speaker & Title of presentation
25 May

Bita Heshmati: TBA

Özlem Yeter (Neurolinguistics and Language Development): TBA

20 April

Massih Zekavat (Discourse and Communication): Satire, Humor, and Environmental Crises

Hedwig Sekeres (Computational Linguistics): A social dialectological analysis of Gronings: Acoustic data collection online and in the field

23 March

Andreas Hiemstra (Neurolinguistics and Language Development): Linguistic transfer between closely related languages in third language acquisition (L1/L2 German/English – L3 Dutch)

Melanie Hof (Discourse and Communication): Making sense of written language development: the value of a stylistic and genre-based approach

23 February

Yingie Wang: A Contrastive Study on the Representation of “Made in China” in Chinese and U.S. Newspapers

Anastasia Pattemore (Neurolinguistics and Language Development): To binge-watch or not: The effects of various viewing time distributions on language gains

19 January 2023

Lourens Visser (Theoretical and Empirical Linguistics): Adverbs of Degree in Early West Germanic

Thomas Tienkamp (Computational Linguistics): Acoustic and kinematic vowel space in individuals surgically treated for oral cancer

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