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Resebidrag och bidrag till forskarstuderande under åren 2014-2016

2016

  • "The core building blocks of sound symbolism and their influence on near-universal lexemes".
  • "Bruket av aspekt och tempus i hellenistisk grekiska"
  • "Island Constraints in Mainland Scandinavian - A structural analysis"
  • "Kongruensfenomen i de fastlandsskandinaviska språken"
  • "A Grammatical Description of Kalamang, an endangered language Papuan language"

 

2015

  • "Cityscape and Memory in recent Chinese Fiction"
  • "The London-Lund Corpus 2 of spoken British English"
  • "Language Variation and Mulitlingualism Among Speakers of the Northern Aslian Languages of Peninsular Malaysia"

Resebidrag och bidrag till postdoks under åren 2014-2016

2015

  • "How China puts an end to corruption: E-monitoring and empowerment"
  • "Testing the Ambiguity Hypothesis of Sapere in Italian"

2014

  • "Different aspects of "New Woman" trope and its role in early Chinese fiction"
  • "Unfinished utterances: a strange animal among the units of talk-in-interaction"
  • "What is the extent and characteristic of code-switching between vernacular North African Arabic and French?"

Resebidrag till konferensresor (titel på paper som presenterats)

  • "Combining corpus and experimental methods to gain new insights into APPRAISAL in spoken discourse"
  • "Language learners' performance of English in relation to different types of instruction and learning contexts: The complexity and the challenge for foreign language teachers"
  • "Is there a role of the first language in SV agreement for Vietnamese and Swedish learners of English"
  • "The competitive coupling of tones and constriction gestures in lexical accents"