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 is language processed?
How are languages learned?
How do languages evolve?
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Friday 23 August 2019
Seminar: A constraint-based approach to text-setting in Kaytetye, Nay San & Myf Turpin, 6 Sept
Australian National University, Shape
Seminar: Language Diversification in Remote Oceania, Hedvig Skirgard, 28 Aug
Australian National University, Nicholas Evans, Wellsprings
Thursday 22 August 2019
Seminar: After Shaka: IsiZulu language in ideology and social history, Judith Irvine, 23 Aug
Australian National University
SYNAPSE Seminar: Signal and Process - reconstructing language histories in Melanesia, 30 September
Australian National University, Bethwyn Evans, Evolution
Friday 16 August 2019
Centre members take centre stage at ICPhS2019
Janet Fletcher, Paola Escudero, Processing
23 Aug 2019
RT @MattCarrollLing: Are you interested in spending the weekend in March 2020 discussing Papuan languages? Send me an email and a potential…
22 Aug 2019
MIT Scientists prove adults learn language to fluency nearly as well as children by @chacon t.co/eChaUjqAH2
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