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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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Geoffrey Pullum is Speaking at Columbia on Feb. 22!

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NYU Colloquium Announcement: Adeen Flinker (Tuesday February 12, 2019, 1:45pm, 665 Broadway, 9th floor)

NYU Communicative Sciences and Disorders Colloquium Announcement February 12, 2019 665 Broadway, 9th floor Conference Room 1:45-3:15 Adeen Flinker [med.nyu.edu], PhD NYU Langone, Department of Neurology Intracranial electrophysiology of speech perception and production For many decades, the neurobiological basis of language has … Continue reading

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GC Linguistics Colloquium: Charles Yang, 2/7/19 – The Linguistic Basis of Natural Number

GC CUNY Linguistics Colloquium Charles Yang  University of Pennsylvania The Linguistic Basis of Natural Number Abstract: Only humans learn language and only humans develop the concept of natural number: How are these two abilities related? I propose that the Successor Function, which … Continue reading

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Protected: GC Linguistics Colloquium – Spring 2019 Schedule

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Phonoaesthetics

In her article, “Why we like some words more than others,” Carmen Álvarez-Mayo discusses the idea of words that are “phonoaesthetically pleasing,” which is something I have always found intriguing. Naturally, everyone has a preference in the words they like … Continue reading

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Protected: PhD/MA/MSc Program: University of Alberta (with funding)

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Protected: Endangered Language Initiative – invited speaker Kate L. Lindsey, Wed. Dec. 12th, 6:30

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Protected: Prof. Alastair Pennycook to Visit the Hunter Ling Club Dec 11

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Protected: Endangered Language Institute: Invited speaker Kate L. Lindsey, Wed. Dec. 12th, 6:30

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Protected: Grad Center Sociolinguistics Lecture series, Mary Robinson, 11/30, Spelling Out Syntactic Variation

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Protected: GC CUNY Linguistics Colloquium: Janet Dean Fodor, Dec. 6: What’s so difficult about center-embedding?

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Protected: Sociolinguistics Lunch Lecture Series – Fall 2018: Heritage Language Teaching and the Neoliberal Turn in U.S. Higher Education

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Protected: Cog Sci Talk on 11/9: Stephen Andrew Spencer; “Graphical Representations of Timbre Similarity: Problems and Prospects”

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Protected: GC Ling – CIRCL Nov 6: Hussein Ghaly – In the face of ambiguity: can prosody improve parsing? & Pamela Franciotti – Intervention Effects in L2 English Raising: Evidence from Acceptability Judgments

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