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Eight Hundred Years of 'Like' and the Fallacy of the Recency Illusion

Alexandra D'Arcy, PhD, Department of Linguistics, UVic

Friday, April 27: 12:30 to 1:45 pm

Alexandra D'Arcy, PhD, is an associate professor of Linguistics and the director of the Sociolinguistics Research Lab at UVic. She specializes in the quantitative analysis of language variation and change, with expertise in longitudinal perspectives on linguistic systems. Alexandra has directed multiple funded research projects and is the author of Discourse-Pragmatic Variation in Context: Eight Hundred Years of ‘Like’ (2017).

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