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Read more at: About Language & AI: Interviews by Cambridge Language Sciences

About Language & AI: Interviews by Cambridge Language Sciences

Happy to share four excellent interviews published by the Cambridge Language Sciences Interdisciplinary Research Centre, two of which feature academics from MMLL.


Read more at: TAL Student Ariwan Kai Addy Suhairi Wins 2021 LAGB Dissertation Prize

TAL Student Ariwan Kai Addy Suhairi Wins 2021 LAGB Dissertation Prize

We are proud to share the news that undergraduate TAL student, Ariwan Kai Addy Suhairi, has won one of the LAGB dissertation prizes for 2021.


Read more at: Understanding Human Time Workshop

Understanding Human Time Workshop

Understanding Human Time Workshop 9-10 April 2021, University of Cambridge, via Zoom Tense and emotion Simon Prosser, University of St Andrews “Time stays, we go”: An exploration into the poetics of time Anna Piata, Université de Neuchâtel Perceiving direction in directionless time Matt Farr, University of Cambridge The 2D...


Read more at: Dr Kirsty McDougall secures funding for new project on 'Improving Voice Identification Procedures'

Dr Kirsty McDougall secures funding for new project on 'Improving Voice Identification Procedures'

Congratulations to Dr Kirsty McDougall and her team on securing Economic and Social Research Council funding worth £880,000 for their new project on ‘Improving Voice Identification Procedures’ (IVIP).


Read more at: How could multilingualism benefit India’s poorest schoolchildren?

How could multilingualism benefit India’s poorest schoolchildren?

Multilingualism is the norm in India. But rather than enjoying the cognitive and learning advantages seen in multilingual children in the Global North, Indian children show low levels of learning basic school skills. Professor Ianthi Tsimpli is trying to disentangle the causes of this paradox.


Read more at: Spanish-English speakers' text reading comprehension: An eye movements-EEG experiment

Spanish-English speakers' text reading comprehension: An eye movements-EEG experiment

The purpose of this study is to better understand whether learners of a second language differ from native speakers in text comprehension processes. Concretely, native Spanish speakers will be reading in their second language (English) to assess some cognitive processes that take place during normal text comprehension. To...


Read more at: Time: From Semantics to Metaphysics

Time: From Semantics to Metaphysics

Professor Kasia Jaszczolt (TAL, MML) will give a talk 'Time: From Semantics to Metaphysics'on Wednesday 30 May 2018, 4.30-6pm in the Faculty of Philosophy Board Room at a meeting of the Serious Metaphysics Group: https://www.phil.cam.ac.uk/seminars-phil/SMG All welcome. Abstract Investigation into the reality of time can...


Read more at: Rethinking Being Gricean: New Challenges for Metapragmatics

Rethinking Being Gricean: New Challenges for Metapragmatics

A new research project funded by a Cambridge Humanities Research Grant is launched in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics. Rethinking Being Gricean: New Challenges for Metapragmatics is led by Professor Kasia Jaszczolt with Dr Roberto Sileo as Research Associate. The project runs until 31 July 2018. You can read more about...


Read more at: 6th Cambridge Comparative Syntax conference (CamCoS 6) to take place 4-6 May 2017

6th Cambridge Comparative Syntax conference (CamCoS 6) to take place 4-6 May 2017

The two and a half day conference will take place in Cambridge 4–6 May 2017 . The first half-day will feature talks by Cambridge-based researchers, focusing in particular on the major results of the ReCoS project. This will be followed by a full-day general session on comparative generative syntax. The final day of the...


Read more at: Radical Pragmatics Forty Years On: Workshop with Professor Jay Atlas

Radical Pragmatics Forty Years On: Workshop with Professor Jay Atlas

Radical Pragmatics Forty Years On: Workshop with Professor Jay Atlas Friday 17 March 2017, Lucia Windsor Room, Newnham College Organiser: Professor Kasia M. Jaszczolt ( kmj21@cam.ac.uk ) Sponsored by Newnham College and the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics The workshop, lunch and drinks reception are free...


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About Language & AI: Interviews by Cambridge Language Sciences

20 September 2021

Happy to share four excellent interviews published by the Cambridge Language Sciences Interdisciplinary Research Centre, two of which feature academics from MMLL.

TAL Student Ariwan Kai Addy Suhairi Wins 2021 LAGB Dissertation Prize

2 September 2021

We are proud to share the news that undergraduate TAL student, Ariwan Kai Addy Suhairi, has won one of the LAGB dissertation prizes for 2021.

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