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APR 26, 2013
The discursive role of the child speaker of Chinese as a heritage language. Read more
APR 25, 2013
Information Extraction Crossing Language, Robustness and Domain
Barriers Read more
Basque Accentogenesis: From phrasal pitch accent to word-level stress. Read more
APR 23, 2013
Garden-path Resolution in L2 Learners and its Effects on Grammar Acquisition. Read more
APR 19, 2013
The Linguistics Program at the Graduate Center, CUNY is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the 43rd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL43), April 17-19, 2013. Read more
APR 18, 2013
APR 17, 2013
APR 16, 2013
Overt movement triggered by Givenness and Alternatives - evidence from ellipsis. Read more
APR 12, 2013
SQUID is an informal conference held by the Linguistics department at which students present twenty-minute talks on a variety of unusual linguistic topics.
*Open only to GC Linguistic Students* Read more
APR 11, 2013
Particle Paths Read more