The Department of Linguistics was pleased to host Georgetown University’s Paul Portner last Thursday at our inaugural colloquium of the 2008-2009 series. This week, we will be having Diane Brentari of Purdue University giving a talk on tracking phonological emergence in sign languages.
We eagerly anticipate the scheduled speakers for the Autumn colloquia and invite you to join us for the remaining sessions, which generally commence at 3:30 p.m.
October 23: Paul Portner, Georgetown University
Two Problems about Permission
October 30: Diane Brentari, Purdue University
When does a system become phonological? Grammatical regularities at the interfaces
November 4: Matthias Brenzinger, University of Cologne
Changing roles for African languages in the past, present, and future
*Note special date, time and place: 4-5:30pm, Harper 103
November 13: Duane Watson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
November 20: Luis López Carretero, University of Illinois at Chicago
December 4: Alicia Wassink, University of Washington,
The Development of Sociolinguistic Competence in Children
See you there!