[RNLD] Melbourne Linguistics in the Pub March 25th 10 years of Linguistics in the Pub NOTE NEW VENUE

Ruth Singer ruth.singer at gmail.com
Tue Mar 10 23:33:04 EDT 2020

March 2020 LIP: 10 years of Linguistics in the Pub

Discussion led by: Lauren Gawne (La Trobe University)

December 2019 marked a decade of Linguistics in the Pub events in
Melbourne. In our first LIP for 2020, we reflect on ten years of
Linguistics in the Pub in Melbourne. Across the 80 (!) LIP events held over
the last decade, how have these discussions shaped our work? We will
discuss how the topics discussed at LIP events have reflected major themes
in language documentation, language revitalisation and community language
work, as well as linguistics and research more broadly.

We will also take this chance to look forward and plan topics for LIP in

If you can’t make it to the event, but would still like to share how LIP
has played a role in your work, please get in touch with Lauren (
L.Gawne at latrobe.edu.au) or Ruth (rsinger at unimelb.edu.au).

For a list of previous linguistics in the pub, see:


*Date*:      Wednesday 25th MARCH 2020

*Time*:       6:00 - 8:00 pm

*Venue*:     Wagaya NOTE NEW VENUE with reasonably priced Japanese food
(private room at Karaoke club)

*Address: *

Shop 201, Mid City Arcade
200 Bourke Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tel:03 9663 7756


LIP is an occasional gathering of language activists and linguists in
Melbourne and is coordinated by the MLIP committee: Ruth Singer (Melbourne
Uni), , Lauren Gawne (LaTrobe Uni), Jill Vaughan (Melbourne Uni),
Chloé Diskin (Melbourne Uni), Jonathon Lum (Melbourne Uni) and Andrew
Tanner (RNLD)

Dr Ruth Singer
School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne
Research Unit for Indigenous Language (RUIL):
ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language (CoEDL):

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