Loading Events

Linguistics Events

There are no upcoming events at this time. Please check back for future events.

Past Campus Community Events


Wed, 4/21 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · via Zoom

The role of tone in phrasing in Bemba and an initial tonal experimental study

Nancy Kula, University of Essex

Program in Linguistics

Wed, 4/14 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · via Zoom

Form-based corpus analysis of signed languages

Kathleen Currie Hall, University of British Columbia

Program in Linguistics

Wed, 3/3 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · via Zoom

Factive Relative Clauses in Wolof

Harold Torrence, UCLA

Program in Linguistics

October 28, 2020 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · via Zoom

Fact vs. opinion: A psycholinguistic look at the interpretation of subjective adjectives

Elsi Miia Kaiser, University of Southern California

Program in Linguistics

October 14, 2020 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · via Zoom

Why are sign languages iconic?

Carol Padden, University of California, San Diego

Program in Linguistics

September 30, 2020 · 4:30 pm6:00 pm · via Zoom

Compositionality or generalization?

Christopher Potts, Stanford University

Program in Linguistics

February 15, 2019 · 1:30 pm3:00 pm · 1-S-5 Green Hall

Explain Me This

Adele Goldberg, Psychology

Program in Linguistics

November 7, 2018 · 6:00 pm7:30 pm · Wilson College

ASL Table


March 28, 2018 · 12:30 pm1:30 pm · 2-S-14 Green Hall

Cascading S-Curves: The Birth of a New Paucal Construction in Russian

Tore Nesset, Artic University of Norway

Co-sponsored by the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

March 14, 2018 · 12:30 pm1:30 pm · 2-S-14 Green Hall

Representing Events in Russian: How Much is Compulsory and How Much is Open to Construal?

Laura A. Janda, The Artic University of Norway

Co-sponsored by the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

Events List Navigation

Humanities Council Logo
Italian Studies Logo
American Studies Logo
Humanistic Studies Logo
Ancient World Logo
Canadian Studies Logo
ESC Logo
Journalism Logo
Linguistics Logo
Medieval Studies Logo
Renaissance Logo
Film Studies Logo