Conferences

The following conferences were held at the University of Connecticut or organized by members of the Linguistics Department.

Conference Information Date
NAACCL 32 The 32nd North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics Sep 18-20, 2020
50th Anniversary Celebration The Department of Linguistics at the University of Connecticut marked fifty years of scholarly achievement with a celebration on the campus at Storrs. See the event website for more information. Sep 7-8, 2018
Linguistics Graduate Roundtable 5 Graduate student workshop, held at UConn Dec 12, 2015
2015: Going Heim. Linguistic Meaning Between Structure and Use Workshop to celebrate Irene Heim’s 60th birthday, organized by the UConn Logic Group May 2-3, 2015
LangFest Workshop sponsored by the University of Connecticut Cognitive Science Program, and by an IGERT grant (NSF) Apr 25, 2015
What’s the Point? Pointing and Gestural Communication Workshop organized by the Expression, Communication, and the Origins of Meaning (ECOM) Research Group Mar 6-8, 2015
Linguistics Graduate Roundtable 4 Graduate student workshop held at UConn Dec 4, 2014
SignFest Sign Fest is an opportunity for deaf researchers and researchers on sign languages to present and discuss their work Nov 22, 2014
Word Accent 4 The fourth Workshop on Stress and Accent (co-organized by members of the UConn, Delaware, and Leiden Linguistics Departments), held at the LUCL (Leiden, The Netherlands) Aug 15-17, 2014
UUSLAW 2014 UConn UMass Smith Language Acquisition Workshop, held at UConn Apr 5, 2014
Workshop on the Evolution of Syntax Organized by UConn Philosophy Mar 28-29, 2014
Linguistics Graduate Roundtable 3 Graduate student workshop, held at UConn Dec 7, 2013
NELS44 North Eastern Linguistic Society, held at UConn Oct 18-20, 2013
ECO5 East Coast Workshop in Syntax (Uconn, UMass, UMD, MIT, Harvard), held at UConn Mar 30, 2013
Linguistics Graduate Roundtable 2 Graduate student workshop, held at UConn Dec 1, 2012
Word Accent 3 The third Workshop on Stress and Accent (co-organized by members of the UConn, Delaware, and Leiden Linguistics Departments), held at the University of Delaware Nov 29 – Dec 1, 2012
CGSW27 Co-organized by members of the UConn and Yale Linguistics Departments, held at Yale University May-Jun 2012
Linguistics Graduate Roundtable 1 Graduate student workshop, held at UConn Dec 2011
Word Accent 2 Second UConn Workshop on Stress and Accent, held at UConn Dec 2011
UUSLAW 2011 UConn UMass Smith Language Acquisition Workshop, held at UConn Dec 2011
SNEWS 2011 Southern New England Workshop in Semantics, held at UConn April 2011
Word Accent  1 First UConn Workshop on Stress and Accent, held at UConn Apr 2010
GALANA3 Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition — North America, held at UConn Sep 2008
First Sign Typ Conference Held at UConn Jun 2008
SALT17 Semantics and Linguistic Theory, held at UConn May 2007
NELS35 North Eastern Linguistic Society, held at UConn Oct 2004