The programme of the linguistics research seminar is available here (updated 27 October).
In the SPREMI seminar on Thursday 7 October, Aino Liira (English, University of Turku) will talk about ““Editorial endeavours in a manuscript fragment? Linguistic and material evidence in a 16th-century copy of the English ‘Polychronicon’”
The seminar meets online in Zoom (link in the abstract)
Everybody is welcome!
The SPREMI seminar series starts on 23 September, 2021, at 3 pm. Saija Merke (Finnish Language, ÅAU) will present recent research on: “The (non-) uptake of student-initiated stories in study circles: Opening or shutting down potential learning space” (ABSTRACT)
The seminar takes place online; link in the abstract.
We meet on Thursdays, every second week, 15-17, in Zoom (for link to Zoom, see the programme above). Three presentation slots are still available this spring!
The first SPREMI session of the year takes place on 14 January, 15:15-17 on Zoom (link in the abstract above). The speaker is Izabela Czerniak and her talk has the title “Relativisation strategies in English – Output from Penn Parsed Corpora of Historical English”.
15 October 2020 from 1515-1700
Izabela Czerniak’s SPREMI presentation will take place on 12 November 2020. The topic and Zoom link will be posted closer to the event.