Seminars, Conferences and Events
The Department of Linguistics at SOAS is host to a range of academic events and seminars throughout the year. In addition to the Departmental Seminars that run at regular intervals during term time, there are also regular special events, workshops and conferences. Details of future and previous events in the Department of Linguistics can be accessed via the calendar below, or through links to the left.The Linguistics Departmental Seminar Series is a forum for speakers to present their work to an audience of fellow academics and students of Linguistics. These seminars are open to members of SOAS and the wider academic community.
Meetings are normally held on Tuesdays at 3.30pm, in room S312 in the Paul Webley Wing of the Senate House, unless stated otherwise. The current schedule is available below.
Please contact Dr Sheena Shah (firstname.lastname@example.org) the convenor of the seminar series, if you have any queries.
- Liberating Language
Liam Renouf (Goldsmiths)
- Accommodation options at SOAS - webinar
- The pseudopassive: Not so phoney after all
Jamie Findlay (Oxford)
- "The mother of the girl of this person's house": Aspects of person reference in Datooga (Nilotic)
Alice Mitchell (Bristol)
- Language documentation, culture strengthening and empowerment: From non-writing to a PhD. A personal narrative of my journey as an indigenous speaker.
Wary Kamaiurá Sabino (Brasilia) & Vera de Silva Sinha (UEA)
- The sounds of Malacca Portuguese Creole
Stefanie Pillai (Malaya)
- Homophony of DOM and DAT: Morphology or syntax?
András Bárány (SOAS)