Department of Linguistics

Série de conférences de la Faculté des arts

French

Le conférencier Mark Kingwell est professeur de philosophie à l’Université de Toronto. Contributeur pour le Harper’s Magasine, This Magazine et le Globe and Mail notamment, ses publications visent tout autant le milieu académique que le grand public. Il a été récompensé entre autres par le Spitz Price for Political Theory, le Drummer’s General Award et par un doctorat honorifique des beaux-arts du Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

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Enseigner à penser, penser l’enseignement
Date: 
Wednesday 11 April 2018 à 17 h 00
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Faculty of Arts Conference Series

English

Keynote Speaker, Mark Kingwell, is a University of Toronto professor and a contributor for the Harper’s Magazine, This Magazine and the Globe and Mail notably. He not only publishes in academia but also for a general audience. He was awarded with the Spitz Price for Political Theory, the Drummer’s General Award and he received an Honorary Doctor of Fine art Degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

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Teaching Thinking, Thinking Teaching
Date: 
Wednesday, 11 April 2018 - 5:00 pm
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Erik Anonby, French/Lingusitics, Carleton University

English

Structural effects on contact between French and Mambay (Niger-Congo)

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­'Structural effects on contact between French and Mambay (Niger-Congo)'
Date: 
Wednesday, 9 March 2016 - 2:30 am to 4:00 am
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Exposition et vente d’œuvres d’art

French

Une exposition d’œuvres d’art suivant le thème de la résilience et la ruine dans la nature.L’art contemporain peut créer un dialogue constructif entourant les questions de la ruine dans la nature et sa capacité d’être résiliente.

Les invités pourront acheter les œuvres d’art ainsi que des cartes de vœux créées par les étudiants et les anciens étudiants de l’université d’Ottawa.

Cette exposition comprendra aussi une vente aux enchères par écrit ainsi qu’une tombola.

Cet événement gratuit est ouvert au public.

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La galerie du doyen accueille Resilience in and from Ruin in Nature
Date: 
Thursday 10 December 2015 à 17 h 00 to à 19 h 00
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Holiday Art Show and Sale

English

A themed exhibition of student artwork centred on the idea of Resilience/Ruin in Nature;

how contemporary art can create constructive dialogue around issues surrounding nature's ruin and its capacity for resilience.

 Visitors will be able to purchase works of fine art and greeting cards by students and alumni of the University of Ottawa.

The exhibition will also include a silent auction and raffle.

The event is free and open to the public;

complimentary food and drink will be provided throughout the evening.

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The Dean's Gallery presents: Resilience in and from Ruin in Nature
Date: 
Thursday, 10 December 2015 - 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
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Pizza lunch et séance d'information

French

Venez nous rejoindre à une pizza lunch et découvrez comment faire votre maîtrise en un an seulement en littératures et cultures du monde, le seul programme au Canada unique en son genre!

Quand: Le  mardi 8 décembre de 12 h à 1 h.
Lieu:    Pavillon Arts (renommé Pavillon Hamelin)
            5ième étage, pièce 509

 

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Maîtrise en arts en un an seulement!
Date: 
Tuesday 8 December 2015 à 12 h 00 to à 13 h 00
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Pizza Lunch and Talk

English

Join our pizza lunch and discover how you can complete your master's degree within one year  in World Literatures and Cultures,  the only program of its kind in Canada!

When: December 8th from 12 to 1p.m
Location:  The Arts building (renamed to Hamelin Hall)
                   5th floor, room 509

 

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A Master of Arts degree in one year
Date: 
Tuesday, 8 December 2015 - 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
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Linguistics Department Colloquium

English

How to explain linguistics to a general audience

Do you wish people knew more about lingustics? Do people's eyes glaze over when you talk about your research, even though you know deep inside that it's really fascinating? Are you worried about how you're going to make linguistics relevant to potential employers after graduation?

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Gretchn McCulloch
Date: 
Monday, 2 November 2015 - 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
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Linguistics Department Colloquium

French

To be determined

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Raj Singh, Carleton University
Date: 
Wednesday 2 December 2015 à 14 h 30 to à 16 h 00
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Linguistics Department Colloquium

English

"Conjunctive scalar implicatures"

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Raj Singh, Carleton University
Date: 
Wednesday, 2 December 2015 - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
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