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ExLing tutorials

ExLing tutorials

Established scholars in diverse areas of experimental linguistics will be invited to present their current research and exchange ideas with ExLing Society members at regular ExLing tutorials.

The tutorials will bring together major research centers, individual researchers and research groups in a worldwide, interdisciplinary and interactive setting. The tutorials are aimed at facilitating discussion on current approaches and methodologies and will especially provide young scholars with the chance to engage with established researchers.

In addition to the Advisory board and the ExLing Administration in general, members of the ExLing Society may propose tutorial themes and participate in the setting up of the programme in the context of the interests of experimental linguistic disciplines.

The tutorials will, as a rule, take place on the last Friday of the month at 16:00 GMT. The duration of a tutorial will be 1 hour, i.e., half of the time for the lecture and the other half for discussion, in which any tutorial participant may be involved. The duration may be extended in accordance with the requirements of the presentation and the development of the discussion. 

 

Programme 21/22, 16.00 GMT

Upcoming tutorials

Date

Name

Title

Institution

Country

Connection

 28 01 22 

Ann Bradlow

Bilingual Speech Intelligibility Northwestern University United States  Zoom
           

Past tutorials

25 09 20

Petra Wagner

Multimodal prosody 

Bielefeld University

Germany

YouTube

18 12 20

Edward Gibson

Linguistic universals

MIT

United States 

YouTube

29 01 21

Donca Steriade

Phonology and paradigm uniformity 

MIT

United States 

YouTube

26 02 21

Yi Xu Duration in speech from an articulatory-functional perspective  University College London United Kingdom

YouTube

26 03 21

Minna Lehtonen Multilingualism and cognition University of Turku  Finland

YouTube  

30 04 21

Antonella Sorace Monolinguals: a species facing extinction? University of Edinburgh United Kingdom

YouTube

28 05 21 Laura Dilley

Language understanding, prosody, and segments: Role of the predictive brain

Michigan State University United States YouTube

25 06 21

Maite Taboada Finding discourse relations Simon Fraser University Canada YouTube 

17 12 21

Ingo Plag Morpho-phonetics: The role of the acoustic signal in morphology Düsseldorf University   Germany YouTube