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OCT 11, 2013
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
OCT 10, 2013
Crossdisciplinary Approaches to American Sign Language Research: Lin Read more
OCT 8, 2013
Focus projection, prominence, and individual differences: Evidence from (lexical) processing Read more
OCT 1, 2013
A new look at clitics: Evidence from Slavic Read more
SEP 24, 2013
Nazik Dinçtopal-Deniz (The Graduate Center, CUNY), will give a talk entitled "Effects of constituent length on syntactic ambiguity resolution in Turkish: Evidence from reading and listening". Read more
SEP 17, 2013
The Factivity and Semantics of Presupposed Complements Read more
SEP 12, 2013
Do listeners perceive speech gestures: A critical examination of compensation for coarticulation. Read more
SEP 3, 2013
Semi-clefts and the syntax of predication and the 'object of' relation Read more
JUN 7, 2013
This is a seminar; the 5th of a 5-seminar event for spring 2013. Read more
MAY 17, 2013
The Institute conducts research on language, literacy, and bilingualism and their development and acquisition in urban societies. Read more