Polish Studies Bulletin

Event

Date of the event: 18.02.2020 g.12:00
Added on: 03.02.2020

Gaston Dorren: Linguistic cultures around the world / odczyt

Type of the event:
Lecture
City or town:
Toruń

Instytut Językoznawstwa UMK zaprasza na odczyt Gastona Dorrena "Linguistic cultures around the world”, który odbędzie się w Toruniu
18 lutego 2020 r. o godz. 12:00 na Wydziale Humanistycznym w Collegium Maius (ul. Fosa Staromiejska 3) w sali 307.

 

Streszczenie autorskie:
Based on my books Babel and Lingo, I will show how languages are more diverse than even many linguists realise - let alone laypeople. This is true both for internal features, such as grammar and phonology, and for the 'linguistic culture' that pervades each language.

Gaston Dorren jest autorem książek Lingo: A Language Spotter's Guide to Europe (2014) i Babel. W dwadzieścia języków dookoła świata (oryg. Babel: Around the World in Twenty Languages, 2018).

 

Information

Address:
Collegium Maius, ul. Fosa Staromiejska 3, sala 307, Toruń

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