Sharing Session on #Linguistics is back on March 5, 2021!
Our first speaker for 2021 is Dr. Poppy Siahaan (University of Cologne, Germany) with the topic of the language of SMELL in Indonesian language (abstract here). Webex meeting link, password and dates can be found below:
Prof. I Wayan Arka was the guest lecture in the Language & Linguistics Lecture Series, Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia (23 February 2021). Prof. Arka talked about the diversity of Austronesian languages. See the abstract from the flyer below. Recording will be updated when it is available from the committee.
Our Shassion on #Linguistics in 2020 was concluded with a talk on the National Mothers Day (22 December 2020) by Prof. Dr. I Nengah Sudipa, M.A. Prof. Sudipa discussed about semantic molecules, Natural Semantic Metalanguage, and their application in analysing the meaning of words for MOTHER. Below is the recording of the talk. We will be back with Shassion on #Linguistics in March 2021!
The eight iteration of Shassion on #Linguistics (08 December 2020) featured a talk on the interface of digital humanities and language documentation presented by Dr. Simon Musgrave (Monash University, Australia) in collaboration with A/Prof. Nick Thieberger (University of Melbourne, Australia). See the recording of the talk below.
Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, PhD was one of the invited speakers in the University Centre for Computer Corpus Research on Language (UCREL) Corpus Research Seminar series online at the Lancaster University, UK. The talk was a joint work with Dr. I Made Rajeg and Prof. I Wayan Arka on the interaction of voice alternation and (non-)metaphoric meaning of verbs from corpus linguistic and experimental perspectives. Related publication on this topic (Rajeg, Rajeg, & Arka 2020) (PDF) is recently published in the Proceedings of the LFG’20 Conference. Watch the recording and download the slides from below; abstract can be viewed here.
This week in UCREL CRS (26/11/2020) we will be joined by Gede Primahadi presenting ‘Usage-based perspective on the meaning-preserving hypothesis in voice alternation: Corpus linguistic and experimental studies in Indonesian’. https://t.co/n9MLZSasiS
Prof. Martin Hilpert (University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland) participated as the invited speaker in our Shassion on #Linguistics (24 November 2020) in conjunction with the Guest Lecture for Corpus Linguistics class in Linguistics Doctoral Program at Udayana University (convened by Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, PhD & Prof. I Wayan Arka). Prof. Hilpert talked about quantitative corpus linguistic analysis on large database of English clippings. Flyer and recording of the talk can be seen below.
Professor Anna Wierzbicka (Australian National University) was the invited speaker for the sixth series of the Shassion on #Linguistics (16 November 2020, 12:00 Central Indonesia Time, or 15:00 AEDT). See the abstract and preliminary readings for Prof. Wierzbicka’s talk in the interactive flyer below; the recording is also available after the flyer.
Prof. Dr. Ketut Artawa, the leader of the Indonesian Language research strand of CIRHSS, was one of the keynote speakers in the online National Seminar at the University of Halu Oleo, Sulawesi. Prof. Artawa delivered a talk on Linguistic Landscape.
CIRHSS Deputy Director, Prof. Dr. I G. A. G. Sosiowati, delivered a guest lecture (in Indonesian) on a Pragmatics topic at the first Macrolinguistics Online Lecture series, jointly organised by the Linguistics Postgraduate Program of Udayana University, the Indonesian Linguistic Society (Denpasar branch), and the Asosiasi Peneliti Bahasa-bahasa Loka (APBL). The recording can be accessed via the link below:
Since the first Shassion on #Linguistics by Prof. I Wayan Arka, the Shassion has been running well up to the fifth series in October 2020. The sixth and seventh series will be held in November (16 November 2020 by Anna Wierzbicka [Australian National University]; 24 November 2020 by Martin Hilpert [University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland]).
Below are the recordings for the first up to the fifth Shassion on #Linguistics.