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4:15 PM | 7:00 PM
CUNY NYSEIB Film Screening
Tell Me How You Talk - Raconte-moi Ta Langue (In French with English subtitles)
In a small village in Alsace, two teachers invite the parents of their pupils to...
5:45 PM | 7:00 PM
CUNY NYSEIB is hosting a discussion of the film "Tell Me How You Talk - Raconte-moi Ta Langue," hosted by Professor Christine Hélot, Professor, University of Strasbourg (France).
6:30 PM | 8:00 PM
Speaker: Darrel Larsen (University of Delaware)
Title: Particle-verb Constructions and the Particle-in-situ Hypothesis
Starting from the assumption that particles are optionally...
4:15 PM | 6:15 PM
SPEAKER: Julie Anne Legate (UPenn)
VoiceP: Noncanonical Passives
In this talk, I investigate the syntactic structure of voice, focusing on noncanonical passives; I build on...
Kristen Syrett (Rutgers University, New Brunswick)
Prosodic cues to quantifier scope: Why it pays to listen carefully
In 1972, Jackendoff claimed that speakers...
Title: Post Doc and Grant Writing Workshop
Speaker: Stephanie Solt
After a Ph.D., the next step in an academic career is often a position as a postdoctoral researcher. This...
Speaker: Michael "Mitcho" Erleweine (MIT)
Former Alumni of the Graduate Center Linguistics Department will come speak to current students about their experiences on the academic job market.
2:00 PM | 4:00 PM
Speaker: Kathleen Riley (Queens Coll.)
Speaker: Neil Myler (NYU)
Please check closer to the date for more details.