Activities calendar

Feb
20
Fri
2015
Call for Papers for Workshop: Oral History Meets Linguistics @ FRIAS, Freiburg
Feb 20 @ 12:00 am – May 1 @ 12:00 am
Call for Papers for Workshop: Oral History Meets Linguistics @ FRIAS, Freiburg | Freiburg | Baden-Württemberg | Germany

Call for papers: Workshop “Oral History Meets Linguistics”

In December 2015, the research training group “Frequency Effects in Language” and the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) will be hosting a workshop titled “Oral History Meets Linguistics”. Oral history archives offer many possibilities for language-related analyses. So far, however, they have been used in linguistics only to a limited extent. The workshop aims at bringing together linguistic approaches to oral histories in different target languages and discussing possibilities for a closer collaboration between linguists and oral historians. Potential questions include: What can linguistic uses of historical narratives look like? What are opportunities and challenges of using such archives in linguistic research? In what ways could oral historians profit from a closer collaboration? Which archives as yet undetected by linguists could be used for future research?

We welcome presentations on research projects at the interface between linguistics and oral history research.

If you are interested in submitting an abstract (300 words maximum) for an oral presentation, please contact katja.roller@frequenz.uni-freiburg.de (GRK DFG 1624).

Deadline: 01.05.2015

Date of workshop: 03.-04.12.2015

 

Jun
16
Tue
2015
Workshop “Reproducible Research in R” @ Kl. Sitzungssaal
Jun 16 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Workshop "Reproducible Research in R" @ Kl. Sitzungssaal | Freiburg | Baden-Württemberg | Germany

Am Dienstag, den 16.06. findet von 11:30-13:00 am GRK 1624 “Frequenzeffekte in der Sprache” ein Workshop zu “Reproducible Research in R” unter der Leitung von Göran Köber statt (Kl. Sitzungssaal, Werthmannstraße 8, 1.OG). Im Workshop wird es darum gehen, den Analyseweg von den Rohdaten zu den Endergebnissen transparent zu gestalten und die Ergebnisse wiederholbar zu machen. Grundkenntnisse in R sind Teilnahmevoraussetzung.

Für den Workshop sind noch drei Plätze verfügbar, die nach dem first-come-first-serve Prinzip vergeben werden. Interessierte können sich bei Katja Roller (katja.roller@frequenz.uni-freiburg.de) anmelden.

Jul
6
Mon
2015
Bridging a Gap with Construction Grammar: Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Varieties of English @ University of Freiburg, GRK 1624
Jul 6 @ 9:00 am – Jul 7 @ 5:00 pm
Bridging a Gap with Construction Grammar: Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Varieties of English @ University of Freiburg, GRK 1624

Keynote Speakers:

Ute Römer (Georgia State) and
Thomas Hoffmann (Uni Osnabrück)

Jul
30
Thu
2015
Frequency Lab Workshop: Frequency metrics in psycho- and sociolinguistics: divergence or rapprochement? @ GRK 1624, Freiburg
Jul 30 – Jul 31 all-day
Frequency Lab Workshop: Frequency metrics in psycho- and sociolinguistics: divergence or rapprochement? @ GRK 1624, Freiburg

 

Dec
3
Thu
2015
Workshop “Oral History Meets Linguistics” @ FRIAS, Freiburg
Dec 3 @ 9:00 am – Dec 4 @ 4:00 pm
Workshop “Oral History Meets Linguistics” @ FRIAS, Freiburg | Freiburg | Baden-Württemberg | Germany

In December 2015, the research training group “Frequency Effects in Language” and the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) will be hosting a workshop titled “Oral History Meets Linguistics”. Oral history archives offer many possibilities for language-related analyses. So far, however, they have been used in linguistics only to a limited extent. The workshop aims at bringing together linguistic approaches to oral histories in different target languages and discussing possibilities for a closer collaboration between linguists and oral historians. Potential questions include: What can linguistic uses of historical narratives look like? What are opportunities and challenges of using such archives in linguistic research? In what ways could oral historians profit from a closer collaboration? Which archives as yet undetected by linguists could be used for future research?

We welcome presentations on research projects at the interface between linguistics and oral history research.

If you are interested in submitting an abstract (300 words maximum) for an oral presentation, please contact katja.roller@frequenz.uni-freiburg.de (GRK DFG 1624).
Deadline: 01.05.2015
Date of workshop: 03.-04.12.2015

 

Dec
5
Sat
2015
Usage-based approach to language variation and change (date to be confirmed) @ FRIAS, Freiburg
Dec 5 all-day