Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL) 52


LSRL 52 will be hosted by UW-Madison virtually April 21-23, 2022. All talks will take place virtually over Zoom. See the full conference program for abstracts and the schedule of talks. Keynote speakers: Dr. Marlyse …

Ling Fridays – AnderBois: A’ingae Language Documentation Project


Documenting Switch Reference in A'ingae Scott AnderBois, Brown University In this talk, I present an overview of the A'ingae Language Documentation Project, a collaborative project to document A'ingae (Cofán, ISO code: con), and isolate spoken …

LSO Picnic

Picnic Point

All Linguistics students are invited to the LSO Picnic on lovely Picnic Point! We will have a bonfire with popcorn and s'mores. The picnic will be at Firepit 2, which is the second firepit on …

Fall Welcome Reception

1120 Van Hise

Welcome back reception for all Language Science faculty and graduate students.

UW Languages Resource Fair

Van Hise Hall, 1st floor lobby

Resource Fair organized by departments that offer language learning opportunities at UW-Madison. Learn about what languages are offered, and how studying a language or linguistics can help advance your career! Opportunities to speak with current …

Communications Majors & Certificates Fair

Union South

Drop by and speak with representatives of communications-related departments across campus, to learn more about possible programs, careers, and research opportunities. The Linguistics major will be there, as well as Information Science, Comm Arts, English, …

Ling Fridays: Camacho-Rios on Quechua motion verbs


Associated motion and direction in South Bolivian Quechua Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk Gladys Camacho-Rios University of Texas at Austin   Online (Email for the link)   This talk discusses associated motion (AM)/directional polysemy in …

LSO Kick-off Meeting

1151 Van Hise

Linguistics majors, graduate students, and all other interested students are invited to attend the Linguistics Student Organization Kick-off Meeting! The meeting will be on Tuesday, October 25th in 1151 Van Hise Hall! Come to learn more …