University of Oxford     2014 Annual Meeting of the
Linguistics Association of Great Britain

The Queen's College, University of Oxford, 1-5 September 2014

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A final programme of for the LAGB Annual Meeting 2014 is now available. Download the programme.

The abstracts booklet is also available. Download the abstracts booklet [10.9 MB].

Conference dinner

The conference dinner will take place at 7.30pm on Wednesday 3rd September at Somerville College, University of Oxford. The dinner costs £35.00 per person and includes three courses, wine, water, coffee and chocolates. Attendees will be asked to choose between the following vegetarian and non-vegetarian options when they register online:

Starter: Arancini filled with gorgonzola cheese with a pepper coulis (V) or Potted salmon with pickled cucumber 

Main course: Roasted butternut squash rigatoni served with rocket, Old Winchester cheese and wild mushrooms (V) or Herby stuffed guinea fowl served with a lemon and thyme potato gratin, Japanese breaded baby carrots served with a red wine and balsamic sauce

Dessert: Trio of parfait - Rum and raisin, lemon, dark chocolate and orange

If you have some other specific dietary restriction, please contact Oliver Bond ( before registering for the conference dinner.

Handouts, powerpoint and audio

Please ensure that you have printed your handouts before arrival at the University as we will not be able to print them for you during the conference. 

We have registered 120 people for each day when parallel sessions are taking place so if you are using handouts only, 35 is a good minimum estimate if you are in a parallel session running again three other sessions, but it pays to have a few more. A PC and projector will be available in every seminar room. 

We encourage presenters to load their powerpoint presentations onto a memory stick in advance of the session to ensure a smooth transition between presentations.

If you need to play audio as part of your presentation, speakers will be available in each seminar room. However, to ensure that your sound files play correctly, you are advised to seek assistance from the local organisers as early as possible. If for some reason you must use your own computer, it will be your responsibility to make sure you have tested that it is compatible with the data projector well in advance of your session.
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