Archived Events in the Linguistics Department

Date Speaker/Event Title Affiliation Event Type
4/24/2015 Gennaro Chierchia Grammar as Logic: Two Examples from Polarity and Factivity Harvard University Colloquium
4/24/2015 Laura Kalin Two ways to Agree in Neo-Aramaic University of Connecticut Guest Speaker
4/22/2015 Linguistics Club Mini-Language Lessons Undergrad Linguistics Club
4/15/2015 Linguistics Club "Meet the Professor" featuring Robert Hoberman Undergrad Linguistics Club
4/14/2015 LaMERG talk: John Bailyn Language, music, fire and chess General Events
4/8/2015 Linguistics Club: Nicole Calma When Linguistics Meets Psychology Undergrad Linguistics Club
4/8/2015 Jonathan Howell Decomposing Weak Necessity in English Montclair State University Brown Bag Talk
4/2/2015 Maya Honda The Role of Linguistics in Indigenous Language Revitalization Wheelock College Linguistics Lecture Series
4/1/2015 Ammar Alammar Non-metrical vowel optimization and iambic unevenness in Arabic Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
3/27/2015 Jianjing Kuang Tone Beyond Pitch University of Pennsylvania Colloquium
3/25/2015 Nigel Vincent Periphrases simple and compound: the compositionality problem The University of Manchester Brown Bag Talk
3/25/2015 Linguistics Club Mini-Language Lessons Undergrad Linguistics Club
3/24/2015 Nigel Vincent Why English is not enough Manchester University Linguistics Lecture Series
3/11/2015 Thomas Graf A Computational Common Ground for Syntax and Phonology Stony Brook University Brown Bag Talk
3/6/2015 LaMERG 2nd Workshop on Music, Language and Emotion 2 General Events
2/20/2015 Lauren Clemens The possibilities and limitations of using prosodic phrasing as a diagnostic for syntactic structure McGill University Colloquium
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
2/6/2015 Arild Hestvik Mismatch Negativity effects of phonological underspecification University of Delaware Colloquium
2/4/2015 Robert Leonard Words on Trial—Forensic Linguistics in Criminal, Civil, and Intelligence Investigations Hofstra University Undergrad Linguistics Club
12/15/2014 CASL:Conversations on Autism & Sign Language:Unlocking the Emergence of Social Communication General Events