Welcome to the Sixth Cambridge Postgraduate Conference in Language Research
Many thanks to everyone who attended the conference and made it such a success!
If you didn't get chance to do so at the conference, please could you take a moment to fill in the evaluation form? You can even complete it online!!
CamLing aims to bring together postgraduate students working in a wide range of areas of language research and to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion where students can present and discuss their work with other people from both theoretical and applied backgrounds. The conference is run under the auspices of the Cambridge Institute of Language Research, an organisation that aims to bring together research taking place in different departments and faculties at Cambridge and to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion.
Dates and venue
The conference will be held in the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.
Submission deadline: 3 September 2010
Notification date: 12 October 2010
Earlybird registration closes: 1 November 2010
Conference: 7-8 December 2010
We are delighted to be able to welcome two invited speakers: Dr Philip Durkin, Principal Etymologist at the Oxford English Dictionary, and Dr Napoleon Katsos, Senior Research Fellow in the Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge.
The second day of the conference will feature a workshop dealing with linguistics and public engagement. There will be invited talks by Professor Dick Hudson and Professor Peter Patrick as well as two round-table discussion sessions. This event is made possible through the generous support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of theDepartment of Linguistics, the Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics, Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press. Special thanks to the Arts and Humanities Research Council for funding our Linguistics Matters! public engagement workshop.