This course will bring students up to date with recent developments in morphology and pragmatics and show how convergences between these two areas of linguistics are being explored in current work.
MultiLing's Summer School 2020 will take place from 7 to 11 September, 2020. This year, the topic is issues in second language learning and interaction. It will address how language learning is accomplished in conversational interaction and how the development of linguistic and interactional competence may be traced in actual conversational behavior over time.
How does multilingualism affect our mind in early childhood and later? And is it true that older people who speak more languages get dementia later than others?
The 2020 Einar Haugen Lecture will be given by renowned researcher Lourdes Ortega, who has contributed immensely to the field of second language acquisition.
New dates: 14-16 June 2021 (i.e., one year postponed)!
The NGL conference series (previously also known as ICNGL) provides an open forum for linguistic research in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas on Nordic (including Germanic, Finnic, Saamic and Greenlandic) and other languages, including multilingualism. Its main goals are to create and strengthen connections between researchers working on different languages, with different methodological and theoretical approaches.
Master Gianina Druta vil den 26. juni forsvare sin avhandling Ibsen at the Theatrical Crossroads of Europe: A Performance History of Henrik Ibsen’s plays on the Romanian stages (1894-1947) for graden ph.d.
The 25th International Lexical-Functional Grammar Conference (LFG20) will be organized digitally. See https://lfg20.w.uib.no/
The Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Research Group is pleased to announce that its twelfth international conference – APLL12 – will be held as a digital event run from the University of Oslo on 18-20 June, 2020.
Master Rafael Lomeu Gomes vil 15. juni forsvare sin avhandling Family multilingualism: Language practices and ideologies of Brazilian-Norwegian families in Norway for graden ph.d.
Constanze Weth, Associate Professor for Multilingual Education at the University of Luxembourg, will give a talk on French spelling patterns of German fourth graders with French as Foreign language.
In-house Webinar: Associate Professor Liyang Xia (Centre for Ibsen Studies) will have a conversation with some of the artists involved in the theatre piece The Greatest Event in a Doll’s Life and discuss topics such as the creative process, the societal impact, and the controversies of this project.
This seminar brings together three on-going Nordic projects that focus on language and digital interaction in families.
In-house Webinar: Professor Ellen Rees about the significance of the racialized status of the character Gerd in Ibsen’s Brand, the dramatic poem that launched his literary career in 1866. This lecture will be held as a webinar because of the coronavirus.
Jonas Nordby holder sin prøveforelesning for stillingen som førsteamanuensis i runologi og eldre nordisk språkhistorie. Åpent for alle
Alessandro Palumbo holder sin prøveforelesning for stillingen som førsteamanuensis i runologi og eldre nordisk språkhistorie. Åpent for alle
Master Ingeborg Sophie Ribu ved Institutt for lingvistiske og nordiske studier vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.: Language and cognition in healthy aging and dementia.
Elise Kleivane holder sin prøveforelesning for stillingen som førsteamanuensis i literacy. Åpent for alle
Yesim Sevinc, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, MultiLing, will give a talk entitled "Mindsets and family language pressure: Language or anxiety transmission across generations".
In-house Webinar: Guest lecture by assistant professor Marija Zlatnar Moe about translating drama between peripheral languages - translating Ibsen into Slovenian. This guest lecture will be held as a webinar, as the first scheduled event was canceled because of the coronavirus.
This event has been cancelled to prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Orkneyinga saga is a thirteenth-century Icelandic saga set largely in northern Britain. Sophus Bugge Annual Lecture will provide an overview of the poetry both preserved in, and associated with the saga.
Alessandro Palumbo (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, ILN) will present his current project entitled "Language switching and script mixing: multilingual landscapes of medieval Scandinavia".
Elisabeth Selj kommer og forteller om et spennende prosjekt hun har jobbet med, og om problemstillinger rundt dette.
Junyi Yang er stipendiat ved Utdanningsvitenskapelig fakultet, hvor hun er medlem av forskergruppa Tekstforståelse: utvikling, opplæring og multiple tekster (TextDIM). Hun har bakgrunn som språklærer, og har en mastergrad i tidlig språklæring fra Universitetet i Øst-Finland. Yang jobber også som frivilling kinesisklærer på Kinsesisk skole i Norge
Junyi Yang is a Doctoral research fellow at the Department of Education, and a member of the research group Text Comprehension: Development, Instruction and Multiple Texts (TextDIM). She has a background as a language teacher for young learners, and an MA in Early Language Education from University of Eastern Finland. She also works as a volunteer in teaching Chinese at Kinesisk Skole i Norge.