Linguistics Seminar Series

The Linguistics Seminars are an opportunity to hear from guest speakers, UQ staff and HDR students working on topics of interest in Linguistics, Language Revitalisation and Applied Linguistics. If you would like to present in our series, please contact Linguistics Cluster Co-ordinator, Samantha Disbray.

Seminars are generally held fortnightly during semester on Friday afternoons, and are free to attend. UQ staff and students, staff and students from other universities, and members of the general public are welcome to attend. If you would like to receive invitations to our Linguistics Seminar Series, please complete this form.

Rosemary Narrurlu Plummer and Samantha Disbray at Barkly Regional Arts, Warumungu Country, Tennant Creek

Go GLAM – Collaborations in language-arts research

14 October 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
Presented by Samantha Disbray from UQ School of Languages and Cultures

A Snapshot of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages across Queensland

9 September 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
Presented by Desmond Crump from UQ's School of Languages and Cultures

Secondary Grammaticalization of an Immediate Anteriority Marker in Cantonese

2 September 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
This week's seminar will be presented by Pun Ho Lui from UQ's School of Languages and Cultures

Electro-magnetic reception in Gurindji people

26 August 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
This week's Linguistics Seminar will be presented by Professor Felicity Meakins from UQ's School of Languages and Cultures

Language tech - speech recognition and notebook text analytics

19 August 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
This week's seminar will be presented by Ben Foley from UQ's School of Languages and Cultures

Medieval Merchant Matters: A window into the French influence on middle-class Middle English

12 August 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
This week's seminar will be presented by Dr Charlotte Chambers from the School of Languages and Cultures

Unarticulated Constituents and Neo-Gricean Pragmatics

5 August 2022 4:00pm5:00pm
This week's Linguistics Seminar will be presented by Professor Yan Huang from University of Auckland