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Dr. Nazrin B Laskar
  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.QUALIFICATION

    M.Phil., Ph.D.

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.DESIGNATION

    Assistant Professor

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.THRUST_AREA

    Sociolinguistics: Language Contact, Variation and Change; Pidgin & Creole Studies; Historical Linguistics and Morphosyntax

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.ADDRESS

    C-2, Zuberi House, Dodhpur, Civil Lines, Aligarh

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.MOBILE

    7417660945

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.EMAIL

    nazrinlaskar@gmail.com

  • DEPARTMENT_STAFF.TIME_TABLE

    MA III SEM LINGUISTICS

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Nazrin B. Laskar did MPhil and Ph.D. from University of Delhi. Her research interests include language variation and change, language contact, pidgins and creole studies and Morpho-Syntax. She is primarily interested in studying tense, mood and aspect in contact languages or minority languages embedded in multilingual or language contact situations. She co-authored a book “The Linguistic Identities of the Milky Shaikhs in India: A myth or reality”, which is published from Lincom Europa (München, Germany). She has published many research papers as book-chapters and in many journals of good repute. Some of her publications include a book-chapter in Variation in Indigenous Minority Languages (co-authored) (IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society 25) published by John Benjamins (Amsterdam/Philadelphia) and North East Indian Linguistics published by Cambridge University Press (New Delhi).She has prepared the e-texts of “Quantitative Sociolinguistics” for e-PG Pathshala Programme in Linguistics (Inflibnet). She is one of the editors of Aligarh Journal of Linguistics (included in UGC CARE LIST). 

She has presented papers in 19 international and 7 national conferences, some of which include NWAV ASIA-PACIFIC- I (Delhi University in 2011), NWAVE 37 (Rice University, Texas in 2008, jointly), NWAVE 32 (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia in 2003, jointly), International Symposium on Bilingualism-8 (Oslo University, Norway in 2011), 9th and 24th Himalayan Languages Symposium. Recently, her research paper has been accepted for presentation in Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics (SPCL) annual conference to be held in INALCO, Paris in June 28-30, 2021. She has supervised three PhD and one MPhil dissertations. Currently, she and her team of research students are engaged in the study of minority languages and contact languages in multilingual contexts in North and North-East India. She is the deputy coordinator of the Advance Diploma in Translation Course.


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nouns
02/05/2020
syntax 1
19/10/2021
Binding Theory
19/10/2021
Introducing Sociolinguistics (Miriam Meyerhoff)
19/10/2021
Quantitative Sociolinguistics
19/10/2021
Handbook of Sociolinguistics
19/10/2021
Bilingualism and Clitics in Bishnupriya : Nazrin
19/10/2021