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FEB 5, 2015: 4:15 PM
Speaker: Maria Bittner – Rutgers University
Title: Perspectival discourse referents for indexicals Read more
FEB 3, 2015: 6:30 PM
Speaker: Kaja Jasińska (Haskins Laboratories, Yale University)
Title: What can neuroscience tell us about language and reading? Read more
JAN 27, 2015: 6:30 PM
Speaker: Lotte Hendricks (Meertens Instituut)
Title: Knowledge of verb clusters Read more
DEC 11, 2014: 4:15 PM
Professor Claire Bowern of Yale University
Research Areas: Morphology, Field Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Linguistic Variation
Title: Yidiny Stress, Length, and Truncation Reconsidered Read more
NOV 7, 2014: 2:00 PM
Speaker: Rudolf P. Gaudio (SUNY Purchase)
Title: Dem Dey Blow Foné: Naijá pidgin and English radio styles in Nigeria Read more
NOV 6, 2014: 4:15 PM
Professor Iris Berent of Northeastern University
Research: The nature of linguistic competence, its origins, and its interaction with reading ability
Title: The Phonological Mind Read more
OCT 31, 2014: 2:00 PM
Speaker: Deyanira Rojas-Sosa (SUNY New Paltz)
Title: The Denial of Racism in Latino Students’ Narratives about Discrimination in the Classroom
OCT 10, 2014: 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
OCT 10, 2014: 2:00 PM
Sociolinguistics Lunch Series hosted by the Linguistics Program
Talks begin at 2pm, and are followed by a reception in the Linguistics Lounge. Read more
Speaker: Renee Blake, NYU
Title: A Sociolinguistic Perspective on the Classification of African Americans and Blacks in Century the 21st Read more