Archived Linguistics Lecture Series Events

Date Speaker/Event Title Affiliation Event Type
10/27/2015 Michael Newman Four Myths about NYC English Queens College, CUNY Linguistics Lecture Series
9/10/2015 Ioanna Sitaridou Language Continuity, Contact, and Change: The Greek (Romeyka) Varieties in Turkey Today University of Cambridge Linguistics Lecture Series
4/2/2015 Maya Honda The Role of Linguistics in Indigenous Language Revitalization Wheelock College Linguistics Lecture Series
3/24/2015 Nigel Vincent Why English is not enough Manchester University Linguistics Lecture Series
9/19/2014 Edward J. Vajda History and Typology of the Yeniseian Language Family Western Washington University Linguistics Lecture Series
9/18/2014 Edward J. Vajda Language and Genes Across Bering Strait: Dene-Yeniseian and the Peopling of the Americas Western Washington University Linguistics Lecture Series
3/7/2014 Michael Ullman Do we learn language in the same brain systems that rats use to learn a maze? Evidence from a multidisciplinary investigation of first and second language Georgetown University Linguistics Lecture Series
3/6/2014 Michael Ullman Brain Commonalities across Developmental Disorders Georgetown University Linguistics Lecture Series
11/9/2012 Edward Vajda - TALK CANCELLED The Ket language in typological and historical perspective Western Washington University Linguistics Lecture Series
11/8/2012 Edward Vajda - TALK CANCELLED Language and Genes Across Bering Strait: Dene-Yeniseian and the Peopling of the Americas Western Washington University Linguistics Lecture Series
3/30/2012 John McWhorter Affixless in Austronesian: The Flores Puzzle and What To Do About It Columbia University Linguistics Lecture Series
3/29/2012 John McWhorter The New History of English (Including When It Hasn't Been English At All) Columbia University Linguistics Lecture Series
9/16/2011 Marianne Mithun Replicating the Unknown University of California, Santa Barbara Linguistics Lecture Series
9/15/2011 Marianne Mithun Language as a Window on Culture: Stories behind Mohawk Gender University of California, Santa Barbara Linguistics Lecture Series
4/1/2011 Richard Sproat Experiments in Morphological Evolution Center for Spoken Language Understanding, Division of Biomedical Computer Science at OHSU Linguistics Lecture Series
3/31/2011 Richard Sproat Some Common Misconceptions about Writing Systems and Symbol Systems Center for Spoken Language Understanding, Division of Biomedical Computer Science at OHSU Linguistics Lecture Series
11/5/2010 Karsten Steinhauer The impact of prosody on syntactic parsing decisions in real-time: Brain signatures of prosodic phrasing in speech (and music) McGill University Linguistics Lecture Series
11/4/2010 Karsten Steinhauer How critical is the critical period in second language acquisition? Evidence from event-related brain potentials McGill University Linguistics Lecture Series
11/4/2010 Phaedra Royle Adjective agreement in French: Acquisition, Second Language Acquisition, Specific Language Impairment and adult ERP data Université de Montréal Linguistics Lecture Series
3/2/2010 Michael Arbib Template Construction Grammar and the Description of Visual Scenes University of Southern California Linguistics Lecture Series