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NOV 24, 2015: 6:30 PM
Vera Dvorak (Rutgers) presents on a topic in syntax. All are welcome to join us for the final installment of this semester's Syntax Supper series. Read more
NOV 20, 2015: 2:00 PM
James Walker (York University) presents The Sociolinguistic Consequences of Ethnolinguistic Diversity. All are welcome. Read more
NOV 17, 2015: 6:30 PM
Yukiko Koizumi (Yamagata University & CUNY) presents The Role of Prosody and Pragmatics in Resolving Scope Ambiguity: The Case of 'not-because' Sentences in English, and Beyond Read more
NOV 13, 2015: 2:00 PM
Zvjezdana Vrzic (New York University) presents on a topic in Sociolinguistics. All are welcome. Read more
NOV 12, 2015: 4:15 PM
Christian Madsen (The Graduate Center, CUNY) provides a gentle introduction to doing statistics in R. Read more
NOV 11, 2015: 4:30 PM
Yuki Hirose (The University of Tokyo) presents "Predictive Processing of Novel Compounds in Adults and Young Children." All are welcome! Read more
NOV 6, 2015: 2:00 PM
Lotfi Sayahi (University of Albany) presents A Centuries-Long Contact: The Case of Arabic and Spanish in Iberia and North Africa. All are welcome. Read more
NOV 5, 2015: 4:15 PM
Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut) presents "Chipping Away at the Gradience Problem" (Syntax). All are welcome. Read more
OCT 30, 2015: 2:00 PM
Marnie Holborow, associate faculty at Dublin City University, presents Neoliberalism, the commodification of language and the labour dimension, and develops some themes to be found in her recent book Language and Neoliberalism (Routledge 2015). Read more
OCT 27, 2015: 6:30 PM
Vera Zu (New York University) presents as part of our Syntax Supper series. All are welcome. Read more