Monthly Archives: September 2013

Welcome to new PhD student Ahmad Haider

We are very pleased to welcome to UC Ahmad Haider, who has recently arrived to begin working on a PhD in Linguistics. In this guest post, Ahmad introduces himself and his research. Welcome to Canterbury, Ahmad. I am Ahmad S. Haider, … Continue reading

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The words we use

Hello everyone The students on LING102 are carrying out a small research project, with the help of Linguistics lecturer Dr Kevin Watson. It’s about the words we use  – words for things, words we used in our school days, words we use … Continue reading

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UC to UKLVC

UC was out in force at UKLVC, the UK’s largest conference on language variation and change, which was held from 2-4 September in Sheffield. Jen Hay (UC Linguistics & NZILBB) was an invited speaker and gave a plenary lecture called … Continue reading

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