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CCLS Lecture Series

Talks in the winter semester of 2021/22

Please find the talks of the CCLS Lecture Series for the summer semester below. CCLS members receive the link to join the meeting (also meeting ID, password and phone options) via the weekly CCLS newsletter. Students can find all these pieces of information on ILIAS. If you have any questions, please contat the CCLS coordinator.

11.10.2021 SFB 1252: Bodo Winter (University of Birmingham)
Statistics in linguistics: Thoughts on recurrent issues and pedagogy
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18.10.2021 Martin Pickering & Simon Garrod (University of Edinburgh)
Understanding dialogue: Language use and social interaction
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25.10.2021 Student Day: André Welters (USB Köln)
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08.11.2021 | 18 Uhr Igor Melʹčuk (Université de Montréal)
Language: From Meaning to Text
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15.11.2021 Tim Grant (Aston University)
The idea of progress in forensic authorship analysis
22.11.2021 Michael Franke (Osnabrück University)
Probabilistic Models of Question and Answer Choices
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29.11.2021 Kate Davidson (Harvard University)
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06.12.2021 Stefan Th. Gries (UC Santa Barbara)
Towards more and more independent dimensions in corpus linguistics
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13.12.2021 | 16 Uhr SFB 1252: Jesse Harris (UCLA)
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10.01.2022 SFB 1252: Jason Bishop (City University of New York)
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17.01.2022 Elena Lieven (University of Manchester)
Children's learning of noun and verb morphology in Polish, Finnish and Estonian: Experimental and Modelling studies
24.01.2022 Roman Bartosch (University of Cologne)
Interdisciplinary lecture
Climate Change as Troublemaker: Why Climate Education Needs More than Facts and Feelings

Video recordings of CCLS Lecture Series

You can find recordings of many past talks held within the frame of the CCLS Lecture Series here in the Opencast portal.

Archive CCLS Lecture Series

Here you can find the posters of the past semesters of the CCLS Lecture Series.