Monthly Archives: March 2019

Alumni News: Sarah Feng

Congratulations to Sarah Feng, who will be presenting “Modified Sinewave Speech and Tone Perception and Identification in Cantonese,” a talk at the 2019 Minnesota Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium!

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HULLS Deadline Extended!

The HULLS conference call for abstracts deadline has been extended to Friday of this week. Original post is linked below! https://undergrad-language-research.org/2019/02/10/hulls-9-at-hunter-college-call-for-abstracts/  

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Protected: Insight into the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

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Protected: Mass Incarceration- An Issue of Dialect

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On Geoffrey Pullum’s Colloquium at Columbia University

About two weeks ago, I attended Geoffrey Pullum’s Linguistics talk on “Grammar, Writing Style, and Linguistics” at Columbia University. Throughout the talk, professor Pullum raised the issue of “stupid and unnecessary grammar advice”, which mirrors his paper “50 years of … Continue reading

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