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8. Dec 2023
kl 10:00 - 23:00

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Disputation: Malin Toften Mangersnes: Spoken word production in Norwegian-English bilinguals. Investigating effects of bilingual profile and articu...

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Time

8 Dec
kl 10:00 - 23:00

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Malin Toften Mangersnes will defend her thesis Spoken word production in Norwegian-English bilinguals. Investigating effects of bilingual profile and articulatory divergence for the PhD degree in Humanities and Education.    

Mangersnes has followed the PhD programme in Humanities and Education with spesialisation in linguistics. 

Trial lecture starts at 10.00.

Public defence starts at 12.00.

Title of trial lecture: Spoken word production in Norwegian-English bilinguals. Investigating effects of bilingual profile and articulatory divergence

Read the thesis in AURA

See a summary of the thesis

Disputation chair: Gunhild Kvåle 

Assessment committee:    

  • First opponent: Postdoctoral researcher Sandra Kotzor, University of Oxford 
  • Second opponent: Professor Emmanuel Ferragne, Université Paris Cité 
  • Chair of assessment committee: Professor Gro-Renée Rambø, UiA 

Supervisors in the doctoral work:   

  • Main supervisor: Professor Allison Wetterlin 
  • Co-supervisor: Professor Linda Wheeldon 

What to do as an online audience member:  

The disputation is open to the public. To follow the trial lecture and the public defence online, register on Zoom.

We ask online audience members to join no earlier than 10 minutes in advance. After these times, you can leave and rejoin the meeting at any time. 

Opponent ex auditorio:  

Deadline for the public to pose questions is during the break between the two opponents. Questions ex auditorio can be submitted to Gunhild Kvåle