Month: February 2015

Schedule for Cognitive Brown Bag announced

The schedule for this semester’s Cognitive Brown Bag series (chaired by Jeff Starns), held at noon in Tobin 521, has been announced. 2/4 : Mara Breen 2/11 : Patrick Sadil 2/18 : Brian Dillon 2/25 : Greg Cox (Syracuse postdoc)

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Legate in Linguistics Friday 2/6 at 3:30

Julie Legate of the University of Pennsylvania will present “Restrictive Phi in a Partial Typology of Noncanonical Passives” in the Department of Linguistics colloquium series in ILC N400 Friday at 3:30. An abstract is below. Abstract: In this talk, I investigate the

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Kisseberth in Linguistics Weds. 2/4 at 12:15

From Lisa Selkirk: Pioneering phonologist and pioneer in the study of the syntactic conditioning of tonal and segmental phenomena in the sentence in Bantu languages, Chuck Kisseberth will give a talk on Prosody, Phonological Phrasing, and Focus in Chimiini next Wednesday

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Breen at Cognitive Brown Bag Weds. 2/4 at noon

Mara Breen of Mt. Holyoke College will be presenting Rhythmic context affects syntactic ambiguity resolution in listening and reading in the Cognitive Brown Bag series in Tobin 521 at noon Wednesday. Everyone is welcome – the abstract is below. Abstract:

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