The Institute conducts research on language, literacy, and bilingualism and their development and acquisition in an urban society. The central mission of RISLUS is to investigate those research questions that are at the nexus between language and the New York City urban environment.
The Linguistics Program at The CUNY Graduate Center is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the 43rd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL43), April 17-19, 2013. Please see attached flyer. You can also visit the conference website at: http://lsrl43.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ for further information.
Starting in 1970 at MIT, the North East Linguistics Society (NELS) has been meeting yearly in October/November. This fall semester, the student-organized NELS will be hosted by CUNY for the third time for its 43rd meeting on October 19-21, 2012. The conference will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center and Hunter College and will be followed by a special one afternoon workshop on computational and theoretical linguistics. The invited speakers are:
Tarald Taraldsen (CASTL, University of Tromsø)
Robert Frank (Yale University)
Juliette Blevins (CUNY Graduate Center)
To learn more go to the website:http://nels2012.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
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Christen N Madsen II
Marcel den Dikken (faculty)
William Sakas (faculty)
Virginia Valian (faculty)
Karen Duek (UC Santa Cruz)
CUNY MA/PhD Program in Linguistics, in collaboration with the CUNY Phonology Forum, will cosponsor the CUNY Conference on WEIGHT in Phonology and Phonetics, January 16-17, 2014 in the Segel theater. There will be two days of talks with an invited speaker every day (Kevin Ryan, Harvard University, and Draga Zec, Cornell University). To see the program please visit the website at CUNYPhonologyForum.net. Attendance is free for all CUNY students and faculty, but we encourage you to register at email@example.com.
The SYNC Conference is a one-day linguistics conference organized and run by the graduate students of SUNY Stony Brook, Yale University, New York University, and the CUNY Graduate Center. It provides a venue for students and faculty to present their research, covering all areas of linguistics, both theoretical and applied, in a friendly environment.
Join us at: http://sync2012.tumblr.com/
SQUID (Showcasing Quirky and Unusual Ideas in Development) is an annual student run conference which provides students and faculty the opportunity to present works in progress and other light hearted research projects