Linguistics Colloquium Series

The Linguistics Colloquium Series is partially funded by the UConn Graduate Student Senate.

Organizers: Tarcisio Dias & Yusuke Yagi

 

Name Title Date/Time Room
Miloje Despic,
Cornell University
Labeling and the Inverse System in Algonquian (joint work w/ Michael Hamilton) October 15, 2021

4PM-6PM

online
Artemis Alexiadou,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
A non-canonical view of causative alternation October 26, 2021

12:30PM-2:30PM

online
David Barner,
University of California San Diego
Inference, Alternatives, and Meaning In Language Acquisition November 19, 2021

4PM-6PM

online
Kathryn Davidson,
Harvard University
Compositionality in depiction and description December 3, 2021

4PM-6PM

OAK 117
Roland Pfau,
University of Amsterdam
Sign language negation – reconsidering typological classifications February 11, 2022

4PM-6PM

online
Richard Meier,
The University of Texas at Austin
ASL Was Once an Emergent Sign Language: A Quantitative View of the Early Signing Community at the American School for the Deaf and of Its Linguistic Ecology from 1817-1867 (or Since When Does UConn’s Linguistics Department Host Talks About the History of Hartford?) February 25, 2022

4PM-6PM

online
Richard Kayne,
New York University
Hypercomplex Inversion and the Status of Expletive Pronouns April 8, 2022

4PM-6PM

online
Cleo Condoravdi,
Stanford University
TBA April 22, 2022

4PM-6PM

tba

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