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OCT 11, 2012: 4:15 PM
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OCT 9, 2012: 6:30 PM
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.
OCT 8, 2012: 4:15 PM
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OCT 5, 2012: 2:00 PM
Two Types of Dialect Features and Two Types of Dialect Boundaries Read more
OCT 4, 2012: 4:15 PM
The CUNY Linguistics Colloquium is a series of biweekly lectures on any topic of linguistic inquiry given by specialists in their fields. Read more
OCT 2, 2012: 6:30 PM
Knowledge of gender in Spanish heritage speakers and second language learners: Where are the differences? Read more
SEP 29, 2012: 10:30 AM
Wondering about smaller languages of the Americas, such as Ojibwe and Garifuna? How about the lesser-known European language Circassian, and the Indo-Aryan language of Bishnupriya Manipuri? Read more
SEP 20, 2012: 4:15 PM
SEP 11, 2012: 6:30 PM
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
SEP 4, 2012: 6:30 PM
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