Dr Sam Hellmuth, Thursday 11th December 5pm-6pm

The ‘Language at Leeds’ Postgraduate Research Group (L@L PGR) is delighted to announce that Sam Hellmuth (University of York) will be giving a guest lecture titled:

Prosodic boundary marking as disjunction: evidence from Arabic [abstract]

We would like to invite all interested postgraduates and staff to attend the lecture on Thursday 11th December, 5pm-6pm.

Following the lecture some of us will be heading into the city centre for food. If anyone would like to join, please let us know by emailing languageatleedspgr@gmail.com

The lecture will take place between 5pm and 6pm on Thursday 11th December in the Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI), in Seminar Room 1. The LHRI buildings are 29-31 Clarendon Place, or Number 25 on the University’s campus map (http://bit.ly/TYxVWP).

We look forward to seeing everyone there.

The L@L PGR Organisers.

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