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Howell, Hohaus et al. in “Linguistic Variation”

May 4, 2021 by

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Prolific as ever Vera Hohaus has just published another paper! Howell, Hohaus, Berezovskaya, Sachs, Braun, Durmaz and Beck is out now in Linguistic Variation reporting on “(No) variation in the grammar of alternatives”. If you’re wondering why there are so many authors on this paper, it’s because there are a lot of languages in the […]

LEL linguists’ Spring conference circuit

April 8, 2021 by

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Just like snowdrops and bluebells popping out shyly the frozen ground, linguistic conferences have begun to arrive, reminding us that the Spring is finally here. The following meetings will feature contributions by LEL linguists. Jens Hopperdietzel will be presenting a poster on Talmy’s typology in serializing languages: Variations on a vP” (abstract here) at GLOW44, […]

Bowler’s talk at Tübingen

March 10, 2021 by

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LEL’s Margit Bowler will be the guest at this week’s colloquium organised by the C1 project at the University of Tübingen. She will be presenting on “Perspectives on cross-linguistic variation in degree constructions”. It’s an open research colloquium, so anyone interested in hearing about Margit’s research (and Emily’s and Ryan’s and Andrew’s – they all […]

Bermúdez-Otero in Glossa

January 5, 2021 by

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By now you will have surely devoured the Science Advances paper co-authored by Ricardo, and if you have an appetite for more, we have good news for you. Ricardo has done a Hohaus, which is Manchester slang for “published multiple impressive papers in a ridiculously short window of time”. The paper you’re about to discover […]

LEL linguists past and present in Science Advances

January 4, 2021 by

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Science Advances, an interdisciplinary science journal with an impact factor of 7 billion or thereabouts, has just published a paper penned by a fabulous line-up with more than a touch of LEL. In the driver seat is PhD alumnus Henri Kauhanen (now at Konstanz), joined by Deepthi Gopal (PhD alumna, now at Cambridge), Tobias Galla […]

Postdoc Hopperdietzel now a doc

November 4, 2020 by

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Jens Hopperdietzel has defended his dissertation on “Resultatives. A view from Oceani verb serialization” with a Summa cum laude result (this is understood to be GOOD). Congratulations! Jens is now enjoying some downtime before throwing all his scholarly energies at the Manchester lexical semantics project with Andrew & co.

Teaching award for Hohaus

October 23, 2020 by

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Vera Hohaus has been awarded an Outstanding Staff Award for Teaching, Learning and the Student Experience. She was nominated by her students who were asked to “recognise staff who inspired them to learn and do their best and who consistently provided a well-organised course that is taught effectively, supported through high-quality assessment and feedback”. While […]

AHRC grant for Mosegaard Hansen

October 16, 2020 by

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Congratulations to Maj-Britt for winning a prestigious AHRC Research Networking Grant! The project will focus on The Role of Pragmatics in Cyclic Language Change. The Co-I is Prof Richard Waltereit (Humboldt U, Berlin), and the network consists of 22 senior and junior colleagues from Europe, North America, the Middle East and the Far East.

Villa-García’s publishing spree

October 9, 2020 by

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Attentive readers of Manchet will remember Julio’s paper on Spanish que that came out in Glossa last year. Manchet is delighted to report that Julio has now graduated from que to sí que, and since it’s two words, two papers were needed to elucidate all the syntactic intricacies involved. “On the Contrasts Between sí ‘yes’ […]

Tweetin’ about Manchestah – Nini et al. research graphical representations of accent

September 21, 2020 by

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Andrea Nini has a new paper out, co-authored with George Bailey, Diansheng Guo and Jack Grieve. The paper, titled “The graphical representation of phonetic dialect features of the North of England on social media”, is a contribution to a volume edited by Patrick Honeybone and Warren Maguire on “Dialect Writing and the North of England”, […]