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Forgeries and the Bible: from Shappira to the Jerusalem Papyrus
Agnes Scholz: "What eye movements reveal about exemplar retrieval during multi-attribute inference"
The General Seminar
Passive voices: be-, get- and Prepositional Passives In Recent American English
The aim of the thesis is to shed light on the use and development of passive voice in American English. Empirical, corpus methods are employed in order to examine the syntactic, semantic, and stylistic preferences of three English passive constructions across time and genre in American English.
Doctoral Defence: Sarah Schwarz. Passive Voices: BE-, GET- and Prepositional Passives in Recent American English
Magnus Jedenheim-Edling: "Dietz on Group-Based Reasons"
The Higher Seminar in Practical Philosophy
Reading Group Session – Wittgenstein
Seminar in Computational Linguistics
Writing together: The challenging practices of co-authorship
Anna Einarsson: ”Kroppslighetens och situationens betydelse för sjungande och komponerande av musik”
The Open Seminar in Music Psychology