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WIP-Seminar: “Socio-cultural and linguistic change in Late Modern English”
Erik Smitterberg will present a chapter titled “Socio-cultural and linguistic change in Late Modern English” from his forthcoming book.
Edward Long will defend his Licentiate Thesis titled “‘For God’s Sake’: Casual Oaths and Selected Discourse Markers in Early Modern English, 1560–1760”. The Opponent: Assistant Professor Ursula Lutzky (Vienna University of Economics and Business); the Examiner: Professor Nils-Lennart Johannesson (Stockholm University).
Seminar: “Adverb placement in learner writing: On the relative importance of linguistic and extralinguistic factors”.
Panel discussion: What Happened? The United States After the Mid-Terms
Welcome to a panel discussion about the recent elections in the United States. How can we understand the outcome of the elections? What does this mean for the coming years?
Seminar: “Language Change in Late Modern English: Colloquialization and Densification”
WIP-Seminar: “Participle clauses as noun-phrase postmodifiers in nineteenth-century English”
Lecture by Honorary Doctor John Heritage
Public lecture by Professor John Heritage, appointed honorary doctor of the Faculty of Languages 2019, with the title Agency in Response: Polar Questions and Other Contexts.