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June 30, 2020
Short clip of interview footage from linguistic fieldwork in Guinea-Bissau
June 30, 2020
Short clip of interview footage from linguistic fieldwork in Guinea-Bissau
June 30, 2020
Short clip of interview footage from linguistic fieldwork in Guinea-Bissau
June 29, 2020
Short documentary about the complexity of language use and language choices in Guinea-Bissau.
May 26, 2020
Speaker introduction
May 21, 2020
Speaker introduction
May 21, 2020
Speaker introduction
November 25, 2019
1-minute talks by the poster presenters on a range of topics
November 25, 2019
Keynote lecture by Prof. Kenny Smith, Centre for Language Evolution, University of Edinburgh
November 25, 2019
Talk by Dr Christian Bentz, Assistant Professor, University of Tübingen
November 25, 2019
Talk by Dr Marieke Meelen, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Theoretical & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
November 25, 2019
Keynote lecture by Prof. Monika S. Schmid, Dept. of Language & Linguistics, University of Essex
October 29, 2019
The second film we visit an English medium private school in Hyderabad which is modelled on the Waldorf Steiner approach. The teachers generally work with the same group of children over several years, moving with them as they progress up through the levels of school. The lessons typically have a relatively slow pace, with a focus on deep learning, reflection and discussion.
October 29, 2019
In this lesson, the teacher aims to focus on different festivals in India to support cross-cultural understanding of children who practise different religions.
December 14, 2018
Dr Claudia Abreu Lopes, Dept. of Politics & International Studies, University of Cambridge and Senior Advisor for Research & Innovation, Africa's Voices Foundation
December 4, 2018
Talk by Dr Jenny Gibson, Lecturer in Psychology & Education at the University of Cambridge, and Principal Investigator in the Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL).
December 4, 2018
1-minute talks by the poster presenters
December 4, 2018
Keynote lecture by Courtenay Norbury. Professor of Developmental Disorders of Language and Communication at University College London, and Director of the Literacy, Language and Communication (LiLAC) Lab.
May 18, 2018
NOTE: DATA IN THIS TALK IS PRELIMINARY AND UNPUBLISHED, AND THE RESEARCH IS ONGOING. Lecture at the University of Oxford as part of a special seminar series on the ESRC-DFID Raising Learning Outcomes in Education Systems Research Programme (Oxford Comparative and International Seminar Series, Jan-March 2018). Filming and dissemination courtesy of The Impact Initiative.
December 6, 2017
1-minute talks by the poster presenters
December 6, 2017
Talk by Dr David Willis, Reader in Historical Linguistics, University of Cambridge
December 6, 2017
Keynote lecture by Saul Nassé, Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge Assessment English
December 6, 2017
Keynote lecture by Professor Steve Young (University of Cambridge Dept. of Engineering/Siri Development Team)
January 13, 2017
Professor Simon Fisher, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
January 9, 2017
Dr Nigel Collier, Co-Head of the Language Technology Lab, Dept. of Theoretical & Applied Linguistics
January 9, 2017
Professor Lorraine K. Tyler, Centre for Speech, Language and the Brain, Dept. of Psychology, University of Cambridge
December 9, 2016
Inaugural lecture by Ianthi Maria Tsimpli, Professor of English and Applied Linguistics
October 28, 2016
In this talk, Professor Charles A. Nelson, Harvard University, discusses what happens to children whose experience after birth deviates from the norm; specifically, infants who experience profound early neglect. In the Bucharest Early Intervention Project three groups of Romanian children are being studied: infants abandoned to institutions and who remain in institutional care; infants abandoned to institutions but then placed in high quality foster care; and infants who have never been institutionalized. These three groups have been studied for the past 16 years and in this talk he discusses the findings from a variety of domains (including but not limited to IQ, attachment, and brain development). This work will be considered within the broader context of the 140 million parentless children around the world, 8 million of whom are being raised in institutional settings. This talk is supported by the Economic and Social Research Council.
December 3, 2015
Research in neuroscience on how we extract meaningful structures in order to learn from experience and adapt to new situations
December 3, 2015
Linguistic patterns and trends identified as a result of the New York Times dialect quiz
December 3, 2015
Keynote lecture by guest speaker Prof. Stephen Levinson
December 2, 2015
Modelling linguistic sound changes to "bring back to life" languages from the past.
October 16, 2013
Asif Ghazanfar, Brechtje Post, Matt Davis, William Marslen-Wilson, Robert Foley, Q&A and panel discussion
October 15, 2013
Nicholas Asher, Richard Holton, Kasia Jaszczolt, Stephen Clark, Ann Copestake, Aurelie Herbelot, William Marslen-Wilson
October 15, 2013
John Williams, Elisabetta Ragagnin
October 15, 2013
Spike Gildea, Geoffrey Khan
October 15, 2013
Conference opening: Vice-Chancellor, Judith Kroll, Henriette Hendriks
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