Tanmoy Bhattacharya
Associate Professor of Linguistics

Address

Centre for Advanced Studies in Linguistics
University of Delhi
Delhi 110007
INDIA



Email: tanmoy at linguistics dot du dot ac dot in

Phone: +91-11-27666676 ext 108


Office Hours

Varies as per semester
Winter Semester, 2020:
Wed 11:00-1:30
And by appointment

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Tanmoy Bhattacharya (PhD, University College London, 1999 as a Commonwealth Scholar) joined the Department of Linguistics, University of Delhi in 2001 as an Associate Professor after a postdoctoral stint as a research scientist in the Cognitive Science Group of the University of Leipzig, Germany. He specilises in Syntax and has also guides research on Sign Language, Psycholinguistics, Parsing, Conversational Analysis, Gender and Disability. He is also the founder secretary of FOSSSIL, which a runs a very successful international Summer School in Syntax & Semantics.Outside of Linguistics, he works in Disability Studies and has been running a reading group called SIG-DSU/CDSI since 2012.

Classes in the Time of Pandemic

My recent lectures (starting March 16, 2020) on the following two topics (addressed to MA (Linguistics) students of the University of Delhi):
  • Topics in Typology (South Asian Languages)
  • Topics in Advanced Syntax (Agree in its different Manifestations
can be found at my Classes Channel

Action Taken Report

Programme (UG and PG courses) Semester/ Year Course/ Paper Title Paper Code Essential Reading material available on the website (please give link) Students have been informed (Yes/No)
PG II/ 1st Open Elective MALING015
  1. Lecture Videos YouTube Link
  2. Google Classroom LInk
  3. University Website Link
YES
PG IV/ 2nd Topics in Typology L-15
  1. Lecture Videos YouTube Link
  2. Google Classroom LInk
  3. University Website Link
YES
PG IV/ 2nd Seminar Course L-34
  1. Lecture Videos YouTube Link
  2. Google Classroom LInk
  3. University Website Link
YES

Furthermore Zoom class schedules are as follows:

  • Topics in Typology (South Asian Languages): Friday 4:30 PM
  • Topics in Advanced Syntax (Agree in its different Manifestations: Thursady 7:15 PM

Links for these classes will be sent to elgible students only.

Webinar on 17th April 2020 (4:30 - 6:00 PM)