Kinga Kozminska, Leonie Schulte, Dr Nancy Hawker, Dr Stephen Leonard
A 2-day linguistic anthropology conference will take place at the University of Oxford in April 2016. The conference will bring together leading scholars and graduates in linguistic anthropology and related fields in order to explore the relationship between languages and senses of belonging. Focus will be placed on the indexical character of language in the modern, changing world as manifest in communicative practices that are impacted by social, political and economic processes that bring different languages or forms of language into contact. Participants in four dedicated conference panels will examine how global, state, local and institutional aspects of belonging are indexed through language, how these levels can be distinguished from one another, and how linguistic anthropology and sociolinguistics can account for related linguistic transformations.
Registration for the conference will begin in February 2016.
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2016 Bursary Information
The PhilSoc Council has announced that this year's competition for Masters Bursaries is now open. It is intended to support individuals wishing to undertake study in linguistics/philology at Masters level in
the academic year 2016-2017. Bursaries of £4000 are available. The competition includes the Anna Morpurgo Davies Masters Bursary which would be given normally to someone working on Ancient Languages (also non-Indo-European ones). The application form, which contains details of terms and conditions, the application process, and deadlines, is now available on the website:
The Philological Society has launched the ninth R. H. Robins graduate student Prize for an article on a linguistic topic that falls within the area of the Society's interests as defined by present and past publications in the Transactions of the Philological Society (TPhS). For details, please see the Robins Prize page on the website:
Recognised Student status is a special status for postgraduate research students...
The Faculty of Linguistics welcomes a wide range of academics and practitioners who wish to contribute to and participate in the work of the Faculty...
Please note there may be additions and amendments throughout the term - some venues and times may be changed at fairly short notice.
For all Papers IV & V, Romance/Slavonic/Celtic Linguistics, Individual Languages & Oriental Studies Lectures or Computational Linguistics please refer to the relevant Institute: