Monthly Archives: February 2019

GC Ling. Colloquium: Andrew Rosenberg, 3/7, Prosody of Vocal Attractiveness

Andrew Rosenberg  (Google) Prosody of Vocal Attractiveness Abstract: A speaker’s voice impacts listeners’ perceptions of its owner, leading to inference of gender, age, personality, and even height and weight. In this chapter we describe research into the qualities of speech that … Continue reading

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Protected: It’s Perfectly Fine

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Protected: Anglophilia in Kids

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Deadline Tomorrow! Submit to undergrad conference at MULS (in Minnesota)

Title: Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium 2019 Short Title: MULS Date: 13-Apr-2019 – 13-Apr-2019 Location: Minneapolis, MN, USA Contact Person: Katherine Redetzke Meeting Email: muls@umn.edu Web Site: http://z.umn.edu/muls Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics Call Deadline: 22-Feb-2019 Meeting Description: The Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium (MULS) … Continue reading

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MA Program in Linguistics at Syracuse

Institution/Organization: Syracuse University Department: Languages, Literatures & Linguistics Web Address: http://lll.syr.edu/linguistics/graduate.html Level: MA / MSc Duties: Teaching Specialty Areas: Anthropological Linguistics; Applied Linguistics; Clinical Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Language Documentation; Linguistic Theories Description: Teaching Assistantships are still … Continue reading

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Protected: Research update

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Princeton Phonology Forum 2019

Love phonology? Come attend these free workshops at Princeton! https://linguistics.princeton.edu/pphf/  

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3rd Canadian Linguistics Undergraduate Symposium

On behalf of the Concordia and McGill Linguistics student association, we would like to invite your students to our 3rd annual Canadian Linguistics Annual Undergraduate Symposium (CLAUSE) that will be taking place on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Concordia University … Continue reading

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Protected: Can Alcohol Help You Speak a Second Language?

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Protected: Project Update: We have data!

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Protected: Bilingualism; a Bad Educational Approach?

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HULLS 9 (at Hunter College) Call for Abstracts!

Hello everyone, We hope you’re all enjoying your semester so far! We’re very proud to announce that our Linguistics Conference, HULLS, will be happening on Friday, May 3rd and Saturday, May 4th! More details to come! That being said, we are … Continue reading

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Protected: A response to “Haiti’s ‘linguistic apartheid’ violates children’s rights and hampers development”

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Protected: Arbitrary Semanticity or Phonological Symbolism?

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Protected: The ‘how’ matters

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