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The Linguistics Department regularly hosts invited talks and you find details at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychlangsci/research/linguistics/seminars. These normally take place fortnightly on Wednesday afternoons, starting at 16.00 and finishing around 17.30.
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For enquiries, please contact Natalie Berry.
Departmental news and events
13 June 2014
Summer Party for alumni and end of year party for current students - further information to follow.
26 February 2014, 6 - 8.30 pm: Alumni and Careers Evening
Event for alumni and current students - further information to follow
7-8 November 2013
We were able to welcome a number of alumni to our First UCL Graduate Conference in Linguistics. Some photos below:
If you are interested in TV and film screenwriting, follow the blog of one of our alumni at http://arbitrarynonsense.com/
The 2013 Graduation Ceremonies took place at the beginning of July (for graduate students) and end of August (for undergraduates). It was great to see so many of you again, some photos below:
Award of Leverhulme Trust grant to Ad Neeleman: I recently was awarded a grant from the Leverhulme Trust for
two years of teaching replacement. This is to allow cooperation with Peter
Ackema on a book on person (provisional title: A Grammar of Person). Although I
will miss teaching (no, really!), I am very much looking forward to working on
this project. Peter and I go back a long way (we did our PhD in Utrecht at
around the same time), and our cooperation has always been fun. Fact: when
Peter was in London to work on our previous book (Beyond Morphology), he met his
long-time partner, Amela Čamdžić, with whom he now has a son, Sam.
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