More Manc linguistics in Alberta

Posted on May 4, 2009 by

Borjars wasn’t the only one feasting on linguistic turkey in Alberta this weekend.  Members of the GerManc project spoke on “The GerManC Project:  Developing a representative corpus of Early Modern German (1650-1800)”, while Richard J. Whitt gave a talk of his own on “(Inter)Subjectivity and evidential perception verbs in English and German.”  Our late colleague Richard Hogg was also on the program, in a joint talk with Fulk entitled “The development of disyllabic noun stems in Old English.”  The full program is here.

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