Tag: Linguistics

  1. Decolonisation of Space and Mind: The Native Garden Project

    Byline: Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Lee, Oskar, Charles, Finn & Flynn. The first year Arts Discovery program has a strong focus on Indigenisation and decolonisation of the spaces and structures that we inhabit and invites students to step outside of the classroom and beyond traditional research outputs to create New Futures.  This has led a group of 2024 first-year […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2024/07/04/decolonisation-of-space-and-mind-the-native-garden-project

  2. Graduate Series: an Interview with Shuting Liu

    Felicia interviewed Shuting about her experience in linguistic research, her PhD project, its significance and her advice to aspiring doctorate students.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2024/06/22/graduate-series-an-interview-with-shuting-liu

  3. Alumni Series: An Interview with Dr Michael Davey

    Hangyu Zhang Dr Michael Davey is currently working as a research assistant at the Language Testing Research Centre (LTRC) at the University of Melbourne. He completed his PhD at the School of Languages and Linguistics (SoLL) in May 2022 under the supervision of Prof Carsten Roever and A/Prof Chloe Diskin-Holdaway. Hangyu interviewed Michael to learn […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2024/06/10/alumni-series-an-interview-with-dr-michael-davey

  4. Migration’s Impact on Sound Change: an Interview with Valentina De Iacovo, Visiting Fellow from University of Turin

    Valentina De Iacovo is a Researcher based at the University of Turin, Italy, and a visiting fellow at the phonetics laboratory at the School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne. Felicia interviewed Valentina about her experience as visiting Fellow at SOLL, and the significance of the project that she is currently working on with Prof. John Hajek

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2024/05/09/migrations-impact-on-sound-change-an-interview-with-valentina-de-iacovo-visiting-fellow-from-university-of-turin

  5. Partaking in Ongoing Academic Conversation: Dang Ngoc Chau’s Research Presentation Experience at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference (AAAL) 2024 in Houston

    Hangyu Zhang Chau Dang (Dang Ngoc Chau) is a third-year PhD candidate at the School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne. Last year, Chau shared some interesting points about her research project, which was enlightening. From 16th March to 19th March this year, Chau presented at the AAAL 2024 conference in Houston, United States, […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2024/04/27/partaking-in-ongoing-academic-conversation-dang-ngoc-chaus-research-presentation-experience-at-the-american-association-for-applied-linguistics-conference-aaal-2024-in-houston

  6. Language, Politics and History: Complexity in Language in Wartime Ukraine

    24 February this year marked the two-year anniversary of the Russo-Ukrainian war. The war has raised complex questions relating to the role of language in the war, language issues and language choice among Ukrainians in post independent Ukraine. It is impossible to divorce the notion of language with history and politics in the discourse at the same time.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2024/03/12/language-politics-and-history-complexity-in-language-in-wartime-ukraine

  7. Graduate Researcher Series: an Interview with Chau Nguyen

    Chenyang Zhang Chau Nguyen is a second-year PhD student in the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD project investigates the implementation of new English curricular reforms in the Vietnamese context. Chau is supervised by Dr Kellie Frost and Dr Olga Maxwell. Chenyang interviewed Chau about her PhD research and […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2023/12/02/graduate-researcher-series-an-interview-with-chau-nguyen

  8. Student Achievement: An Interview with Tula Wynyard

    Tula is a second-year PhD candidate at the School of Languages and Linguistics. She is working on documenting Ritharrŋu-Wägilak, an Indigenous language spoken in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. She is the 2023 recipient of the John Mulvaney Fellowship. Valeria spoke with Tula about her PhD project, her fieldwork in Arnhem Land and her personal connection to her research.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2023/11/09/student-achievement-an-interview-with-tula-wynyard

  9. Graduate Researcher Series: an Interview with Valentina

    Chenyang Zhang Guzman Polanco Valentina is a second-year PhD student in the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD project investigates second language writing development under the supervision of A/Prof Neomy Storch and Dr. Kellie Frost. Her research interests focus on second-language writing and planning. Chenyang interviewed Valentina about her […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2023/10/18/graduate-researcher-series-an-interview-with-valentina

  10. Graduate Researcher Series: an Interview with Menghan Wang

    Hangyu Zhang Menghan Wang is a second-year PhD student at the School of Languages and Linguistics of the University of Melbourne. Her research interests focus on embodiment and language processing. Her PhD project investigates the embodied mental simulation in Mandarin and English sentence processing under the supervision of Dr. Helen Zhao and Prof. Carsten Roever. […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/soll-talk/2023/09/28/graduate-researcher-series-an-interview-with-menghan-wang

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