Archived Linguistics Lecture Series Events

Date Speaker/Event Title Affiliation Event Type
3/1/2010 Michael Arbib How the Brain Got Language: The Mirror System Hypothesis University of Southern California Linguistics Lecture Series
9/18/2009 Bruce Hayes Maxent grammars for the metrics of Shakespeare and Milton UCLA Linguistics Lecture Series
9/17/2009 Bruce Hayes The textsetting problem: the intersection of phonology, music cognition, and computation UCLA Linguistics Lecture Series
2/6/2009 Ken Wexler Developing Phases, Verbal, Resultant State and Target State Passives, Inverse Copulas, Clefts MIT Linguistics Lecture Series
2/5/2009 Ken Wexler Lenneberg’s Dream in our Time: Development, Learning and the Search for a Genetics of Language MIT Linguistics Lecture Series
12/5/2008 Daniel L. Everett A Finite Grammar in a Non-finite Language? Illinois State University Linguistics Lecture Series
12/4/2008 Daniel L. Everett Arrows, Pizza, and Language: Grammar as a Cultural Tool Illinois State University Linguistics Lecture Series
3/7/2008 Akira Watanabe Number in Language and Natural Numbers University of Tokyo Linguistics Lecture Series
3/5/2008 Akira Watanabe Comparative Measure Phrases University of Tokyo Linguistics Lecture Series
3/4/2008 Akira Watanabe Measure Phrases in Japanese University of Tokyo Linguistics Lecture Series
10/1/2007 David Poeppel The relation(s) between linguistics and neurobiology University of Maryland Linguistics Lecture Series
2/9/2007 Ray Jackendoff The week after week construction and its theoretical challenges Tufts University Linguistics Lecture Series
2/8/2007 Ray Jackendoff Peculiar Logic of Value Tufts University Linguistics Lecture Series
9/22/2006 Juan Uriagereka The Dynamics of Islands: Speculations on the Locality of Movement University of Maryland Linguistics Lecture Series
9/21/2006 Juan Uriagereka The Gordian Knot of Linguistic Fossils University of Maryland Linguistics Lecture Series