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Brisbane LIP

Linguistics in the Pub (LIP) is a monthly gathering of language activists and linguists in Brisbane sponsored by the Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity. All are welcome. Visit RNLD's Facebook group Follow RNLD group on Facebook for details of the next LIP.

Those in other parts of Australia and the world are encouraged to organise a local gathering to discuss this topic and support language activities in your area.

Previous topics can be seen here.

Contact Brisbane LIP organiser Andrea Schalley if you have any questions a.schalley @ griffith.edu.au

 

Topics

March 2014              Game theory and linguistics

November 2013       English Only Worldwide or Language Ecology?

September 2013      Negotiating boundaries in talk

August 2013            Is English a 'killer language' and if so, does it really matter?

July 2013                 Mocking or crossing?: Mock Spanish, White crossover, and more

June 2013                Australians being Australian: a discussion on mockery, banter, taking the piss and jocular framing of talk