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FYI: Linguistics Podcast from the CSMN, Uni of Oslo
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Linguistics Podcast from the CSMN, Uni of Oslo
Message 1: Linguistics Podcast from the CSMN, Uni of Oslo
From: Georg Kjøll <georgakhf.uio.no>
Subject: Linguistics Podcast from the CSMN, Uni of Oslo
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As of the 1st of July, the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature (CSMN)
will start a project to make a number of sound files publicly available
from lectures and talks given at the University of Oslo, Norway. Free Mp3
files from three conferences and workshops held in June are already
available for live streaming and downloading:
Here you will find interesting, high-quality lectures in a variety of
disciplines with an emphasis on theoretical linguistics and philosophy. At
our homepage you can download talks given at the workshops
'Metarepresentation and Non-Literal Language Use' and 'Metarepresentation,
Communication and Culture,' as well as the conference 'Aim of Belief.'
Speakers at these events included Herb Clark, Elisabeth Camp, Kendall
Walton, Sam Glucksberg, Robyn Carston, Deirdre Wilson, Dan Sperber, Pascal
Engel, Paul Horwhich, Anandi Hattiangadi, Ralph Wedgwood, Kathrin
Glüer-Pagin & Åsa Wikforss, and more.
So far we have 10 sound files up on our website and will publish more over
the course of the summer and fall with the hope of making the content of a
large part of CSMN's activities downloadable for a wider audience. Please
check the site frequently for the latest public talks and updates. You also
have the option of subscribing to the podcast service via an RSS-feed.
Please contact me with any questions or queries!
Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature
University of Oslo
(+47) 228 41667
PA Munchs hus, Room 281
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Linguistic Theories; Philosophy of Language
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