Literature / linguistic

Linguistics - Psychology - Jan 8
Linguistics - Psychology
Even when people believed Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 election, they did not use "she" to refer to the next president. Listen Throughout most of 2016, a significant percentage of the American public believed that the winner of the November 2016 presidential election would be a woman - Hillary Clinton.
Linguistics - Jan 1

Throughout his life, American writer and humorist Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name, Mark Twain, formed friendships with many notable figures in history that shaped his work and the way he saw the world.

Linguistics - Music - Dec 24, 2019

The place  Rosanna Warren  calls her "writing shack" is a tiny box of a building deep in the Green Mountains of Vermont that sits on a hillside at the edge of a vast, tumbling woods. From the outside, it looks about as large as a moderately generous walk-in closet, but once you step inside, the whole place deepens.

Linguistics - Dec 10, 2019

We made a list with a number of study locations. For those who want to study in silence, but still with other students...

Linguistics - Nov 27, 2019

Two French researchers from the CNRS and Ecole nationale des chartes disprove the theory according to which Corneille was Molière's ghostwriter - a popular and century-old theory, defended by some academics and writers.

Linguistics - Dec 27, 2019

A group of masked dancers, frozen in dramatic poses. A plane descending at an airport, with another trailing in the distance.

Health - Linguistics - Dec 11, 2019
Health - Linguistics

For 50 years, the theory of the "descended larynx" has stated that before speech can emerge, the larynx must be in a low position to produce differentiated vowels.

Linguistics - Dec 4, 2019

The UCLA Film & Television Archive, the second-largest repository of motion pictures and broadcast programming in the U.S., is now part of the UCLA Library.

Computer Science - Linguistics - Nov 23, 2019

An interdisciplinary team of CMU researchers use machine learning and statistical tools to determine origins of a 375-year-old document Though John Milton's "Areopagitica" - one of the most significant documents in the history of the freedom of the press - was first published 375 years ago, the printer of the pamphlet has - until now - remained unknown.

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Linguistics/Literature - 15.01
UniversitätsassistentIn - Postdoc Universität Innsbruck
Linguistics/Literature - 17.01
Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Linguistics University of Oxford
Linguistics/Literature - 17.01
Research Associate (Fixed Term) University of Cambridge
Linguistics/Literature - 09.11.2019
Postdoctoral Fellowship University of Alberta
Social Sciences - 19.10.2019
Assistant Professor, Indigenous Language Sustainability University of Alberta
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