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DEC 4, 2012
The CUNY Syntax Supper is a series of biweekly talks on syntax and its interfaces with semantics and morphology, given by students, faculty, and visiting scholars, usually from institutions in the greater Metropolitan area. Read more
NOV 29, 2012
Speakers discuss such topics as employment opportunities for linguists and skills necessary for both academic and non-academic positions. Read more
NOV 27, 2012
CUNY's Psycholinguistics Supper is an informal venue for the discussion of current issues and on-going research in language processing, language acquisition, and speech perception. Read more
NOV 20, 2012
Clitic-hood as a Phonological Correlate of Phase-Head Status: Connecting Phonological and Syntactic Opacity Read more
NOV 16, 2012
The CUNY Sociolinguistics Lunch is a series of talks on sociolinguistics and anthropological linguistics given by students, faculty, and visiting scholars usually from local institutions. Read more
Language policy and Catalan language socialization of adolescent Latin American and Chinese immigrants in Catalonia. Read more
NOV 15, 2012
[Canceled] The CUNY Linguistics Colloquium is a series of biweekly lectures on any topic of linguistic inquiry given by specialists in their fields. Read more
NOV 13, 2012
Multi-lingualism and cognitive control: Simon and Flanker task performance in monolingual and multilingual young adults. Read more
NOV 9, 2012
On Fridays, computational linguistic courses and informal research meetings are frequently held at the Graduate Center. Read more
Neural Networks and Supervised Embedding Models for NLP and Retrieval Read more