Archived Events in the Linguistics Department

Date Speaker/Event Title Affiliation Event Type
12/1/2017 Danny Fox Pied Piping and Covert Movement: evidence from parasitic gap licensing MIT Colloquium
11/15/2017 Thomas Graf Grammar Size and Quantitative Restrictions on Movement Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
11/10/2017 Juliet Stanton Gradient lapse in American English –ative NYU Colloquium
10/27/2017 Michele Loporcaro Mass/count and grammatical gender in Romance Zurich/The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University Colloquium
10/21/2017 Northeast Computational Phonology Workshop (NECPHON) 2017 General Events
10/20/2017 Hadas Kotek Movement and alternatives don’t mix: A new look at wh-intervention effects NYU Colloquium
10/18/2017 Hossep Dolatian Phonological constituents in Armenian Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
10/13/2017 Latin and Linguistics Workshop (LLW) General Events
10/4/2017 So Young Lee A computational approach to the preference shown in the attachment ambiguity Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
9/29/2017 Tal Linzen Structure-sensitive dependency learning in recurrent neural networks Johns Hopkins University Colloquium
9/6/2017 Jun Lyu Weakest crossover in Chinese—now you see it, now you don’t Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
8/30/2017 Mark Aronoff Syncretism and Chomsky's S Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
8/24/2017 Anvita Abbi Tribal and Endangered Languages of India Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi General Events
4/28/2017 Colin Phillips Speaking, understanding, and grammar University of Maryland Colloquium
4/28/2017 (All day) North American Conference in Iranian Linguistics (NACIL 1) Conference
4/19/2017 John Drury Eye Tracking Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
4/14/2017 Florian Jaeger Why and how is speech processing so flexible? University of Rochester Colloquium
4/12/2017 Qian Luo When Laryngeal Contrast Met Tone Contrast… Michigan State University Brown Bag Talk
4/7/2017 Sam Bowman Sentence Understanding with Neural Networks and Natural Language Inference NYU Colloquium
4/5/2017 Svitlana Antonyuk-Yudina Scope Freezing in PP Dative Constructions? Stony Brook Brown Bag Talk