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Andrew has never been the same ever since

A rite of passage, a transition ceremony of sorts! Andrew’s identity changed when he left the group of non-shoe tyers and became a member of the shoe-tyers group. 66 more words

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Big and small data in ancient languages

by Nicholas Zair (University of Cambridge)

Back in November I gave a talk at the Society’s round table on ‘Sources of evidence for linguistic analysis… 1,517 more words

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This Week's #NPRSource: Amelia Tseng

Amelia Tseng is a research associate at the Smithsonian Institute, scholar-in-residence in education at American University, and adjunct lecturer in linguistics and Spanish at Georgetown University. 45 more words

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The Faces of PhilSoc: Karen Corrigan

Name: Karen Corrigan

Position: Professor of Linguistics and English Language

Institution: Newcastle University

Role in PhilSoc: Council Member

About You

How did you become a linguist – was there a decisive event, or was it a gradual development? 839 more words

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Video: How to Talk about Indigenous People in Canada

I recently came across a video by CBC News called How to Talk about Indigenous People in Canada, featuring Inuk journalist Ossie Michelin, that I think would be a great classroom resource for those teaching in Canada. 288 more words

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Linguistische Berichte

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Linguistische Berichte.

From the Ingenta Connect website for the journal:

“”Linguistische Berichte” is open-minded regarding linguistic subjects and methods, but attaches great importance to theoretical reasoning and empirical validation.

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Communication Contract: The Use of Low Code (Ngoko) in Javanese

Communication Contract: The Use of Low Code (Ngoko) in Javanese

Majid Wajdi

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Paulus Subiyanto

Politeknik Negeri Bali, Kampus Bukit Jimbaran, Kuta Selatan, Badung, Bali… 348 more words

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