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Regular linguistics seminars: Tuesdays 13.15 - 15.00 even weeks. Contact: Åsa Abelin, Room: Dicksonsgatan 4, Seminar room


Research seminars: Tuesdays 13.15 - 14.15 odd weeks. Contact: Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten, Room: Dicksonsgatan 4, Seminar room


Every other Wednesday the logic seminar at the department meets. Usually (if nothing else is mentioned) we meet between 15:15 and 17:00 at Olof Wijksgatan 6 in room T307.

Practical Philosophy

The seminar in Practical Philosophy and Political Theory is a collaboration between the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science and the Department of Political Science.

The seminar takes place on wednesdays and some thursdays. The location of the seminar alters between the departments.

Language Technology

CLT - Centre for Language Technology has seminars on Thursdays between 10.30 and 12.00 in room L308 at Lennart Torstenssonsgatan 8.

Theoretical Philosophy

The seminar is normally held  10-12 in room T340

Theory of Science

The Theory of Science and Science and Technology Studies Seminar is normally held on Fridays between 13 and 15, at FLoV or at SOCAV (the Department of Sociology and Work Science).

When the seminar is at FLoV it is in room T340, Olof Wijksgatan 6. At SOCAV the room is F417, Sprängkullsgatan 25.
Fridays at 13.00-15.00

Contact: Johan Söderberg, Göran Sundqvist or Jesper Pettesson.  

PhilLang Seminar

We meet on some Thursdays from 13 to 15 in room T340. PhilLang has as a goal to bring linguists and philosophers together in a shared seminar.

For information on the semninar please contact Ellen Breitholtz or Stellan Petersson.

GSLT- Graduate School of Language Technology

Human Reasoning Seminars

Some Fridays from 10.15 to 12.00 in room T116.


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