The Linguistic Laboratory (LingLab) is a work-in-progress colloquium organized by the Chair of English Linguistics. LingLab showcases ongoing research in English Linguistics at the University of Bayreuth and is open to presenters from all stages of academic life (advanced MA students, PhD students, postdocs, visiting researchers, professors).
We meet every second Tuesday of the month between 4 and 6pm (c.t.).
Program WiSe 2021/2022
(all talks conducted via Zoom; please email email@example.com for access information)
November 9: Jude Ssempuuma - Code Switching and Translanguaging in the Classroom: Their Implication in the Teaching and Learning of English in Elementary, High and Academic High Schools in Saxony, Germany
December 14: Ryan Fountain - Rethinking Standard Language Ideologies: A Mixed-Methods Approach to the Language Attitudes of Students in English-Medium Instruction (EMI) Programs
January 11: Jocelyne Kenne - Language and Interaction in the Chinese Community in Cameroon: A Sociolinguistic Profile
February 8: Susanne Mühleisen - Puns and Picong, Boasting and Complaining: The Language of Calypso