Please note: this list has been updated following the postponement of talks on the 23rd of April and 19th of May
We have an exciting line-up in our Language and Linguistics research seminar series this semester.
Like many others, we’ve been enjoying the opportunity to join seminars online and to welcome online visitors to our events this year.
All are welcome to these.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We’ll let you know if there any additions to the programme,
Northumbria Language and Linguistics Research Seminars Semester 2 2020-2021
12/03/2021 – 16:00-17:00
Sarah Kelly – University College Dublin
“Examining the linguistic properties of threatening communications”
17/03/2021 – 16:10-17:30 – Joint seminar with the Institute of Humanities
Deirdre Wilson – University College London
POSTPONED: 23/04/2021 – 16:00-16:45
Sameeha Al Ahmadi – Northumbria University
“The Effect of Gender on the Nativisation and Lexical Density of Tweets by Saudi Bloggers: A Corpus Based Study “
30/04/2021 – 16:00-17:10
Kingsley Ugwuanyi – Northumbria University
“Linguistic ownership among speakers of Nigerian English”,
Judith Taylor – Northumbria University
“Evaluations, impressions, and affiliations; measuring language regard amongst gen-Z Geordies”
07/05/2021 – 16:00-17:00
Sarah Duffy – Northumbria University
“Winter is coming… or are we coming up to winter? An exploration of two contrasting perspectives on time”
POSTPONED: 19/05/2021 – 16:10-17:30 – Joint seminar with Institute of Humanities
Louise Pybus – Northumbria University
“Language, identity and the school curriculum: challenges and opportunities for students with EAL in rural secondary school contexts”