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MAR 5, 2013: 6:30 PM
Unifying Movement and Adjunction Read more
FEB 26, 2013: 6:30 PM
Developmental Sociolinguistics: The Acquisition of Social Indexing Read more
FEB 19, 2013: 6:30 PM
Anaphoric Strategies in the Extended DP: Partitive Ellipsis and Contrastive Ellipsis. Read more
FEB 7, 2013: 4:15 PM
Evidence from Mina, an endangered Central Chadic language
Co-sponsored by the Endangered Language Initiative. Read more
FEB 5, 2013: 6:30 PM
Proper Names, Sortals, and the Mass-‐Count Distinction Read more
DEC 11, 2012: 6:30 PM
Sign Language Read more
DEC 7, 2012: 2:00 PM
Linguistic and Ethnic Variation in New York City’s Black Community Read more
DEC 6, 2012: 4:15 PM
Rethinking acceptability judgments: Seeing an old friend in a new light Read more
DEC 4, 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
NOV 27, 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