Upcoming Talks (Fall 2021)
CUNY Graduate Center Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Program’s Colloquium Series (schedule) – professional researchers and speech pathologists present on their work monthly. These are great talks to learn more about the field of speech pathology.
CUNY Graduate Center Linguistic Program’s Colloquium Series (schedule) – professional speakers (Professors, academics in industry) present on their research monthly. This is a great place to learn about state-of-the-art research in the subfields of linguistics.
CUNY Graduate Center Linguistic Program’s CIRCL series (schedule) – a student-run conference series put on by the linguistics graduate students. Students present their ongoing research in a relatively relaxed environment.
Abralin Linguists online (schedule, past talks – search by subfield and topic) – The Brazilian Linguistics Association organized a series of online talks (many of them are in English) during the beginning of the pandemic. Due to its huge success, it has now become a regular series. Read more about the talks here.
Selected Past Talks (recorded)
Linguistics Flash-Mobs: (link to YouTube page)
A series of video conferences thought to be a way to keep the linguistic community connected during the pandemic. In each conference, two scholars will face long-standing theoretical issues making use of different frameworks: fun is guaranteed with these ”sword fights”!
- Tanja Kupisch and Terje Lohndal share vews on Heritage Language. Moderator: A. Padovan (1 hour and 13mn)
- Gillian Ramchland and Hagit Borer on Event structure moderated by David Adger (1 hour and 20 mn)
- Ian Roberts and Giuseppe Longobardi on the notion of parameters moderated by M.R. Manzini (1 hour and 20 mn)
Abralin Linguists Online:
- Marilyn Vihman on First Steps In Language Development: The Role of Production and the Emergence of Lexical Systematicity (2020) (1 hour 25 mn)
- Shana Poplack on Code-Switching (introduction in Brazilian Portuguese, switches to English at 5”45) (1 hour)
- Michel DeGraff on Black Lives Will Not Matter Until our Languages also Matter: The Politics of Linguistics and Education In Post-Colonies (2 hours and 30 mn)
- David Poeppel on Rhythms of Speech and Rhythms of Brains ( 1 hour and 10 mn)
- Ray Jackendoff on The Texture of the Lexicon: Relational Morphology in the Parallel Architecture ( 1 hour and 35 mn)
- William Labov on “Justice as a Linguistic Matter” ( 1 hour 10 mn, introduction in Brazilian Portuguese for 7 mn)
Various language acquisition talks:
- Janna Oetting (2014) Language Impairment in Children who Speak Nonmainstream Dialects at ASHA (1 hour)
- Johanne Paradis (2014) Discriminating Children with SLI Among English Language-Learners at ASHA (1 hour)
- Australian Hearing Hub Inaugural Conference 2013: Plenary Session 3 – Professor Katherine Demuth on interface between phonological and morphosyntactic development in typically developing children and children with hearing impairment (2013) (30 mn)
- Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, PhD: High quality language environments create high quality learning environments ( 1 hour and 15 mn)
- Patricia Khul, PhD on the linguistic genius (infant speech perception) (2011) (13 mn)
- Tim Keeley – The Age Factor in Foreign Language Acquisition (2017) (35 mn)
Series on Patients with Brain Damage:
- CStart Center for Aphasia Recovery at the University of South Carolina: An excellent series of talks- past and upcoming