Past colloquia (2012)

An overview of colloquia that have taken place in 2012.

The production-perception relationship in a language with multiple phonological grammars.

On Monday 8 October Ellen Broselow (Stony Brook University) will give a presentation on 'The production-perception relationship in a language with multiple phonological grammars'.

The MesAndLin(g)k project, a search for linguistic links between Mesoamerica and western South America

On Friday 28 September Willem Adelaar will presentation of the MesAndLin(g)k project, a search for linguistic links between Mesoamerica and western South America.

The eye and the nest of a magpie: Neurocognitive correlates of morphological processing in Dutch language production

On Friday 25 May Niels Schiller gave a talk on 'The eye and the nest of a magpie: Neurocognitive correlates of morphological processing in Dutch language production'.

Language: the Cultural Tool

On Tuesday 15 May, Dan Everett gave a talk entitled 'Language: the Cultural Tool'.

(Syntax Feeds Semantics, so) Meaning Eats Structure and Grammar Is Incomplete

On Friday 27 April, Crit Cremers (LUCL) gave a talk on (Syntax Feeds Semantics, so) Meaning Eats Structure and Grammar Is Incomplete.

Enchrony and agency: key elements of human sociality

On Friday 23 March Nick Enfield (MPI Nijmegen & Radboud University) gave a talk on 'Enchrony and agency: key elements of human sociality'.

Pragmatics: the final frontier

On Thursday 9 February David Crystal OBE (Honorary Professor of Linguistics at the University of Wales, Bangor) gave a talk entitled 'Pragmatics: the final frontier'.

 
Last Modified: 17-09-2013