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A Higher Clause on a higher cause

Linguistics graduate students raise $ 1,659.42 for United Way.

Courses in Arabic and Muslim Cultures

Register before January 26th using your Student Centre!

Program receives support from Mitsui Canada

Thank you Mitsui Canada for your continued support!

Russian students organize Anna Karenina seminar

Literary history comes to life in student-organized seminar.

Danke very much Nein. Quarterly

He tweeted, he toured, he won our hearts and minds.

LLC's Wei Cai is President of new Association

Chinese Language Teaching & Research Association formed.

WINTER 2015 - ACADEMIC DATES

 

 

 

 

EVENTS

Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 3:30pm

Michael Adorjan (Sociology): "Public Perceptions of the Hong Kong Police Force"

Friday, February 6, 2015 - 3:00pm

Sophia Van Hees (University of Calgary): "Mapping the brain mechanisms of naming treatment post-stroke"

Monday, February 9, 2015 - 5:00pm

A Speakeasy sponsored by the Faculty of Arts, with Darin Flynn as co-presenter.

Friday, February 13, 2015 - 1:00pm

Ines Martin (Penn State): "L2 pronunciation training boosts the acquisition of L2 grammar among classroom learners"

Friday, February 13, 2015 - 3:00pm

"Xie Jin and the Conversion of Filiality in Chinese Socialist Cinema"

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Richard Slipp (PhD student, German) passed his Candidacy Examination on January 23rd. Richard was also selected for a SSHRC doctoral scholarship. He is supervised by Dr. Florentine Strzelczyk (Vice Dean, Faculty of Arts).

Dr. Cheryl Dueck, Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor, German, has been awarded a CIH fellowship (2015-16) to continue her research on Post-Communist Cinemas of Central Europe.
Jamison Cooper-Leavitt (PhD student, Linguistics), passed his Thesis Oral Examination on January 8th. Jamison is supervised by Dr. Steve Winters (Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor, Linguistics).
Dennis Storoshenko (Assistant Professor in Linguistics), attended the 89th annual meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, in Portland, Oregon (held January 8-11, 2015). He presented a talk titled, "Variation within variation: The use of non-standard reflexive forms in English".

 

To read more, click HERE.

Research Participation / Critical Thinking - LING 201

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