Transforming the science of language: how languages vary, how we learn them, how we process them and how they evolve.
Why is language so diverse?
How are languages learned?
How is language processed?
How do languages evolve?
Ciao, Kon’nichiwa, Salut, Yaama. Who taught you that language? Why not nominate them for a teaching award?
The purpose of the Patji-Dawes award is to honour outstanding achievements in language teaching by an accomplished practitioner in Australia.
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Friday 24 February 2017
Shape Corpus Workshop, 2-3 May 2017, University of Melbourne
Thursday 23 February 2017
Public Lecture: Globalization, its discontents, and the future of multilingualism, Prof Kendall King, University of Melb...
Wednesday 22 February 2017
'The New York Times' reports on language study
Anne Cutler, Processing
Tuesday 21 February 2017
Diffusion & Change in Lexical Semantics Workshop, 5-7 July 2017, ANU
Archiving, Evolution, Shape
Sunday 19 February 2017
Wellsprings forum Dialogue
24 Feb 2017
RT @AIATSIS: NEW BLOG: Our #digitisation specialists went to #Wellington #NewZealand for @NDFNZ at @Te_Papa & visited @NLNZ t.co/in…
RT @theEthnologue: 7,099 languages are spoken in the world today. t.co/V4qkDY4Ekg t.co/weaStEh5rl
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