• Stefan Kaufmann | Algorithmic Arts & Humanities Colloquium
    Stefan Kaufmann will be speaking at the Algorithmic Arts & Humanities colloquium at the UConn Humanities Institute on October 21, 2021 at 12:30pm in HBL 4-209. The event will be livestreamed and you can attend in person. Here is the link for more information:  
    Posted on October 15, 2021
  • UConn Linguistics at Algonquian Conference
    The 53rd Algonquian Conference will be held online on October 14-17, 2021, hosted by Carleton University, Ottawa. UConn linguistics will be represented at the conference by: Ksenia Bogomolets (PhD 2020, now at The University of Auckland), Paula Fenger (PhD 2020, now at Leipzig University) and Adrian Stegovec. The blocking effect of Negation on Initial Change: […]
    Posted on October 12, 2021
  • UConn Linguistics at J/K
    The 29th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference will be held online on October 9-11, 2021,¬†co-hosted by Nagoya University and the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL). UConn linguistics will be represented at the conference by: Yuya Noguchi. Where is a monster?: A case study of indexical shift in Japanese Koji Shimamura. (PhD 2018, now at […]
    Posted on October 6, 2021

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Upcoming Events

  1. Oct 22 ECOM Speaker Series: Trip Glazer4:00pm
  2. Oct 26 Linguistics Colloquium: Artemis Alexiadou12:30pm
  3. Nov 5 Logic Colloquium: Sarah Murray (Cornell)2:30pm
  4. Nov 15 ECOM Spotlight Series: Mengyu Hu2:30pm
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