PhilSoc usually holds seven meetings each academic year, in October, November, January, February, March, May and June (AGM). At most meetings, a full paper is read; other meetings take the format of a thematic symposium. Regular meetings start at 4.15pm, with tea served to members and their guests from 3.45pm. Significant announcements made at meetings are reported on the homepage of the Society's website.
All meetings will be held at 4:15pm UK time via Zoom, unless otherwise notified
PhilSoc welcomes proposals for papers to be read at meetings. Proposals should be forwarded to the Honorary Secretary (contact details on the Contact page). Papers may be on any topic falling within the scope of PhilSoc's interests, but speakers are asked to bear in mind that the audience will represent a wide range of linguistic interests, and papers should therefore be accessible to non-specialists.
Reconstructing the accents of Old Celtic: stress without accent marks
Patrizia de Bernardo Stempel (País Vasco)
From grammaticalization to agrammatism: a functional approach to grammar
Kasper Boye (Copenhagen)
Workshop on Prominent Possessors
Workshop on Prominent Possessors (organised by SOAS University of London, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge and Surrey Morphology Group)