End of Centre Event
Since 2014, CoEDL has worked to investigate, support and transform the language sciences. The Centre pioneered a dynamic and multi-faceted model guided by four key puzzles:
- Why is human language so diverse and how can linguists measure and document this diversity?
- How is language learned and what impact do contexts like age and multilingualism have on language learning?
- How does the brain process language and how do linguistic and neurological diversity impact cognition?
- Why and how did language evolve, does continue to evolve, and what does this tell us about society, diversity and culture?
Interweaving these questions were concerted efforts to improve and explore the documentation and archiving of linguistic and heritage materials; the ways technology can facilitate language use and linguistics research; and countless education and outreach activities.
With CoEDL widing down in late 2022, this event will reflect on the achievements of Centre investigations, the lessons learned and the future avenues for linguistics research.
Date: Wednesday, 28 September, Thursday, 29 September and Friday, 30 September
Location: Canberra, Australia
Venue: The Shine Dome, 15 Gordon Street, Acton ACT 2601
Please note that the Australian Academy of Science (which operates the Shine Dome) has a strict COVID-19 vaccination policy, and requires all visitors to be fully vaccinated (two doses) to enter the venue.
Information to assist visitors with coming to Canberra will be released shortly.
Please send any questions to email@example.com.
Professor Clint Bracknell will be giving a public lecture on Wednesday, 28 September from 6pm. Stay tuned for more information.
Each day of the event is organised around a theme: education and outreach, CoEDL research achievements, and linguistic research futures.
Full program details will be available shortly.
Registration for the event is $80 per day and will open in mid-July. Stay tuned to this website and the CoEDL newsletter as more details are released.