You are cordially invited to the second ARRCIMS research seminar this term. Our speakers are:

Dr Akira Murakami who is currently working as a Birmingham Fellow at the Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Birmingham as well as a Visiting Scientist at the Natural Language Understanding Team at the Centre for Advanced Intelligence Project, RIKEN, Japan. Akira will talk about an ongoing collaborative research project on ”The effects of frequency, contingency, and formulaicity on the accuracy of L2 English grammatical morphemes.”

Maksi Kozinska, who is one of our PhD students. She works on heritage Polish in the UK, is a published author, teaches Polish in Saturday schools, and works as an examiner for Polish language qualifications. Maksi will talk about an aspect of PhD project: ”Students at Polish Saturday Schools – motivation and the role of non-formal learning in the formal examination.”

We very much look forward to seeing you there!

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17 Mar 2020, 3:00 pm

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Free – No booking required

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HEL 305
Anglia Ruskin University