Survey Seminar Series Autumn 2014
The Survey of English Usage organises a number of seminars each year for staff and students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and beyond. They are generously sponsored by the English Department.
The following research seminars will take place during the Autumn term.
Both seminars will begin at 4:15pm in Foster Court 114.
|Lynne Murphy (Sussex)
|"Polite" words in American and British English: how please, thank you and sorry differ|
|Philip Durkin (Oxford English Dictionary)
|Lexical borrowing and basic vocabulary: How well can we quantify the impact of loanwords on the basic vocabulary of English? Can we identify any common patterns?|
Note: Students studying for their MA in English Linguistics have been asked to write their own abstract of one of these talks as an exercise. For this reason, we have not published an abstract here.
All welcome! Drinks afterwards.
- Spring term 2014
- Autumn term 2013
- Spring term 2013
- Autumn term 2012
- Autumn term 2011
- Spring term 2011
- Autumn term 2010
- Summer term 2010
- Spring term 2010
- Autumn term 2009
- Survey 50th symposium on the Changing English Verb Phrase
- Spring term 2009
- Autumn term 2008
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