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- Albert Valdman Award Winners 2017
- 13 April 2017,
- Blog post from Akira Murakami and Theodora Alexopoulou: We wish to express our sincere gratitude to Studies in Second Language Acquisition and Cambridge University Press for selecting our paper, ‘L1 influence on the acquisition order of English grammatical morphemes: A learner corpus study’, as the winner of the Albert Valdman Award. The paper is based on the PhD thesis of Akira, who first grew his interest in SLA when he learned about the natural order in an undergraduate SLA class. It is an interesting coincidence that his very first journal paper turned out to be on the topic and eventually won this prestigious award. Morpheme studies in the 1970’s and 1980’s let us believe that the morpheme acquisition order is universal. Modern . . . → Read More: Albert Valdman Award Winners 2017...
- JLG Call for Co-Editor
- 11 April 2017,
- Journal of Linguistic Geography (JLG) is an online-only refereed journal of international scope publishing the highest quality scholarship on dialect geography JLG was co-founded by Bill Labov and Dennis Preston. Professor Labov has recently stepped into the role of Senior Editorial Advisor. The journal actively seeks applications for a new co-editor to work alongside Dennis Preston, preferably holding a tenured position at . . . → Read More: JLG Call for Co-Editor...
- “Analysing English Sentences” – A. Radford
- 28 March 2017,
- By Susan E. Holt My love affair (and it really is love) with linguistics began back as a nine year old watching “My Fair Lady” for the first time. After the initial romance, it was time to make a serious commitment and that came in the form of saying “I do” to a university place at Durham studying English Language and Linguistics. This marriage was solemnized in the presence of a holy book: “Analysing English Sentences” by Andrew Radford. So my venture into the book began in the first week of university. The heaviest of all the books on our booklist, myself and my new linguistics friends quickly (and correctly) figured it must be important. During first year syntax, the red book was . . . → Read More: “Analysing English Sentences” – A. Radford...