11/17/2015 18:30 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
11/13/2015 14:00 PM
Zvjezdana Vrzic (New York University) presents on a topic in Sociolinguistics. All are welcome.
11/12/2015 16:15 PM
Christian Madsen (The Graduate Center, CUNY) provides a gentle introduction to doing statistics in R.
11/11/2015 16:30 PM
Yuki Hirose (The University of Tokyo) presents "Predictive Processing of Novel Compounds in Adults and Young Children." All are welcome!
11/06/2015 14:00 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.
11/05/2015 16:15 PM
Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut) presents "Chipping Away at the Gradience Problem" (Syntax). All are welcome.
10/30/2015 14:00 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...
10/27/2015 18:30 PM
Vera Zu (New York University) presents as part of our Syntax Supper series. All are welcome.
10/22/2015 16:15 PM
An introduction to the Event-Related Potential technique and its application in linguistics research, presented by Ian Phillips (Graduate Center, CUNY)
10/13/2015 18:30 PM
Simon Charlow (Rutgers) presents at this semester's second installment of the Syntax Supper series. All are welcome to attend.