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  • UConn Linguists at TISLR
    The 14th conference on Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research (TISLR14), which is taking place in Osaka, Japan on 27th-30th September 2022. The UConn linguistics community will be well represented at the conference with a keynote address by: Marie Coppola. How interacting minds make language: The creative forces behind homesign, sign languages, and all human […]
    Posted on September 24, 2022
  • Yixuan Yan (Pepper) | New Student
    Hi, my name is Yixuan Yan (Pepper), I was born in northern mainland China. Basically I’m interested in formal semantics and pragmatics, and the development and processing of them as well. Before coming to UConn, I was a research assistant doing language acquisition and experimental linguistics in the Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages at […]
    Posted on September 24, 2022
  • Aarón Sánchez | New Student
    I’m Aarón Sánchez, and I’m from Mexico City. I did my BA and MA at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. I have focused mostly on syntax, morphology, and syntax/semantics interface. I also like baking bread, cooking, playing tennis, and classical music.
    Posted on September 24, 2022

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Upcoming Events

  1. Oct 7 Linguistics Colloquium: Anna Papafragou4:00pm
  2. Oct 21 Conference: Conditional Thought and Talk12:00am
  3. Oct 22 Conference: Conditional Thought and Talk12:00am
  4. Oct 28 ECOM Speaker Series: Robyn Carston2:00pm
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