Language Sciences Dissertator Group 10/9/18
The first meeting of the dissertator group will be Tuesday from 12:30-1:30 pm. Anyone working on a dissertation in any language sciences field (Linguistics, Psychology, English, Spanish, German, CSD, ...) is welcome. Students will take …
Lang Sci Dissertator Group 10/23/18
The next meeting of the dissertator group will be 10/23. Note the time change: 1:00-2:00! Anyone working on a dissertation in any language sciences field (Linguistics, Psychology, English, Spanish, German, CSD, ...) is welcome. Students …
Historical Linguistics Reading Group 11/9/18201 Van Hise
This week the group will continue their discussion of "Save the Trees: Why We Need Tree Models in Linguistic Reconstruction (and When We Should Apply Them)" by Guillaume Jacques & Johann-Mattis List, Journal of Historical …
Lang Sci Dissertator Group 11/13/18
Soon-to-be-defending Linguistics Ph.D. student George Corley will share his perspective on managing a project through to the end. Dissertators from any area of language sciences are welcome to attend!
Lang Sci Dissertator Group
This week graduate student Julia Anderlé de Sylor from German, Nordic, & Slavic, who is writing a dissertation in German sociolinguistics, will give a practice talk for an upcoming presentation.
Historical Linguistics Reading Group155 Van Hise
Human sound systems are shaped by post-Neolithic changes in bite configuration
Linguistics Fridays: Discussion of Cohen & Gleason lenition paperOnline
The first Linguistics Friday meeting of the Fall semester will be an online discussion of a recent paper by Uriel Cohen and Emily Gleason: “The causal structure of lenition: A case for the causal precedence …
Working Group: Language Ideology and Linguistic DiscriminationOnline
The newly formed Working Group on Language Ideology and Linguistic Discrimination will have its first meeting at noon on Friday September 25, and plans to meet every two weeks after that. If you’re interested in …
Historical Linguistics Reading GroupOnline
Historical Linguistics Reading Group This week the group will discuss the article "The role of frequency of use in lexical change: Evidence from Latin and Greek" by Wilson, Pappas & Mooers 2019 in Diachronica 36:4. …
Heritage Language Linguistics Reading GroupOnline
Discussing “Variation and stability of American Norwegian /r/ in contact” by David Natvig. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism (2021). Online - Email Becky Shields for link.