Archived Brown Bag Talk Events

Date Speaker/Event Title Affiliation Event Type
2/22/2017 Richard Larson Work of LSA's AP Linguistics Committee Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
11/10/2016 Ana Ulicheva The psychology of correspondence between writing and morphology University of London Brown Bag Talk
11/9/2016 Franc Marušič On the syntax of possibility modality in Slovenian: synchrony and diachrony University of Nova Gorica Brown Bag Talk
10/26/2016 Sedigheh Moradi Non - canonical Epenthesis Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
10/12/2016 Richard Larson Transitive Agreement? Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
9/28/2016 Jon Rawski Homeostatic Reinforcement Learning for Generative Grammars Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
9/7/2016 Anna Melnikova Palatalization triggers and targets in Russian loanword phonology Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
3/30/2016 Niranjan Balasubramanian Knowledge Extraction and Reasoning Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
3/2/2016 Masoud Rouhizadeh Computational Semantic Analysis of Atypical Language in Autism Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
2/24/2016 Brown Bag Research Blitz Brown Bag Talk
2/17/2016 So Young Lee & Joanne Chau Wh-scope in Kyeongsang Korean / Turkish Focus Question Morpheme -mI Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
2/3/2016 Varya Magomedova & Mark Aronoff Russian diminutive suffixes / Competition and variation Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
10/28/2015 Anne-Michelle Tessier Weigh(t)ing the Evidence: Analyses of Lexical Avoidance in Later Phonological Acquisition University of Alberta Brown Bag Talk
5/6/2015 Umit Atlamaz Extending Greenberg’s Universal 20: Adjectives, Arguments and the NP Rutgers University Brown Bag Talk
4/29/2015 Robert Pasternak Referential terms in dynamic semantics Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
4/8/2015 Jonathan Howell Decomposing Weak Necessity in English Montclair State University Brown Bag Talk
4/1/2015 Ammar Alammar Non-metrical vowel optimization and iambic unevenness in Arabic Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
3/25/2015 Nigel Vincent Periphrases simple and compound: the compositionality problem The University of Manchester Brown Bag Talk
3/11/2015 Thomas Graf A Computational Common Ground for Syntax and Phonology Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
2/11/2015 Fabio Montermini Using distributional data to explore derivational under-markedness: A study of the event / property polysemy in nominalizations CLLE-ERSS, CNRS & Université de Toulouse 2 Brown Bag Talk