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Schwarzschild in Linguistics, Fri. 4/24 at 3:30pm

Roger Schwarzschild of MIT will be giving a talk in the Linguistics department titled “The Paradox of Mass Plurals” this Friday, 24 April at 3:30pm in ILC N400. Abstract follows. All are welcome. “The Paradox of Mass Plurals” The nouns used

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Kaufmann in Linguistics, Tues. 4/21 at 4:00pm

Magdalena Kaufmann of UConn will be giving a talk in the Linguistics department titled “Embedded imperatives: venturing into the cross-linguistic picture” on Tuesday 21 April at 4:00pm in ILC N400. Abstract follows. All are welcome. Embedded imperatives: venturing into the

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Platt at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 4/23 at 12:00pm

Rob Platt of Northeastern University will be speaking at the Machine Learning and Friends Lunch this Thursday, 23 April at 12:00pm in CS 150. All are welcome.

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Listgarten at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 4/16 at 12:00pm

Jennifer Listgarten of Microsoft Research will give a talk titled “Methods for Genome and Epigenome-Wide Association Studies” at the Machine Learning and Friends Lunch this Thursday, 16 April at 12:00pm in CS150. Abstract follows. All are welcome. “Methods for Genome

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Wagner in Linguistics, Fri. 4/17 at 3:30pm

Michael Wagner of McGill University will give a colloquium talk titled “Additivity and the syntax of ‘even’” in the Linguistics department this Friday, 17 April at 3:30pm in ILC N400. All are welcome. Abstract follows. Additivity and the syntax of

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Pareek in LARC, Wed. 4/8 at 12:15pm

Benu Pareek of Jawaharlal Nehru University will speak about “Verb Agreement in Hindi and its Acquisition” in this week’s Language Acquisition Research Center (LARC) meeting on Wednesday, 8 April, at 12:15pm in ILC N451. All are welcome.

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Weston at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 4/2 at noon

Jason Weston of Facebook AI Research will be giving a talk titled “Memory Networks” at the Machine Learning and Friends Lunch this Thursday, 2 April at 12:00 pm in CS150. Everyone is welcome.

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Hyman in Linguistics, Fri. 4/3 at 3:30pm

Larry Hyman will be giving a colloquium talk titled “Multiple argument marking in Bantoid” in the Linguistics department this Friday, 3 April at 3:30pm in ILC N400 (abstract follows). All are welcome. “Multiple argument marking in Bantoid” Given the typological

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Rossi at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 3/26 at 12pm

Francesca Rossi of the University of Padova, Italy will be giving a talk at the Machine Learning and Friends lunch titled “Probabilistic Conditional Preferences” (Joint work with C. Cornelio, U. Grandi, J. Goldsmith, N. Mattei, and K. B. Venable) this Thursday,

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Hunter in Linguistics, Thurs. 3/26 at 9:30am

Tim Hunter of the University of Minnesota will be giving a talk titled “On Finding New Ways to Test Old Theories” this Thursday, 26 March at 9:30 am in ILC N400. The abstract follows. “On Finding New Ways to Test

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