Previous Seasons Meetings

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.

Mar
19
2005

March 2005

Documenting language
Prof. Peter Austin (School of Oriental and African Studies)

At St. John's College, Cambridge

Feb
06
2005

February 2005

Agreement, co-ordination and resolution strategies
Prof. Louisa Sadler (University of Essex)

Jan
14
2005

Jan 2005

Caused and voluntary motion in adult L2 acquisition
Dr. Henriette Hendriks (Research Centre of English and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge)

Nov
19
2004

November 2004

The demise of impersonal constructions in English: a Cognitive Grammar account
Dr. Graeme Trousdale (University of Edinburgh)

Oct
15
2004

October 2004

Is historical sociolinguistics possible? The case of Parisian French
Prof. Anthony Lodge (University of St. Andrews)

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