Linguistics Colloquium Series Spring 2023 Schedule
Ohio University’s Linguistics Colloquium Series announces its Spring 2023 schedule. Colloquia are Fridays from 12:55-1:50 p.m. via Microsoft TEAMS.
*Some colloquia where indicated will have in-person speakers in Gordy 211 on the Athens campus of Ohio University. All colloquia are accessible via Microsoft TEAMS.
Jan. 27: *Post-enrollment language assessment in an English-as-a-Lingua-Franca setting: Implications for Diagnostic testing in English-medium university – Dr. Yogesh Sinha, Ohio University
Feb. 3: Re-Thinking Language-in-Education Policy in Ghana: Toward Multilingual Alternatives – Edwin Dartey, Penn State University
Feb. 10: *Language across the Curriculum: The View from Humanities and Area Studies Programs – Dr. Loren Lybarger, Ohio University
Feb. 17: *Mixed Methods Research in Applied Linguistics: Writing the Introduction, Lit Review, and Methods Sections – Dr. Edna Lima, Ohio University
Feb. 24: *On the Syllable Constraints on Word-formation of the So-called "Ra-dropped" Expressions in Japanese – Dr. Kensuke Emura, Iwate Prefectural University, Japan
March 3: *Critical Race Theory in Written Media: A Lexical Analysis – Dr Laura Harrison & Gabriela Castaneda-Gleason, Ohio University
March 31: Positional identities of Japanese college students in EFL and academic contexts – Dr. Miki Shibata, Hiroshima University, Japan.
April 21: Longitudinal Development of “Advanced” L2 Students’ Use of Linking Adverbials: A Corpus Perspective – Dr. Joseph J. Lee, Dalarna University, Sweden.
April 28: An integrated Concept-based Instruction and Sociocultural Theory informed Narrative Inquiry approach to Language for Specific Purposes Teaching Instruction overview – Alba Garcia Alonso, Penn State University
How to Access the Colloquia via Teams
Meeting ID: 295 384 204 600
Or call in (audio only)
+1 614-706-6572,,846025533# United States, Columbus
Phone Conference ID: 846 025 533#