Spring 2009 colloquia are off and running. This full and final season of talks in the 2009 colloquium series began on April 2 with by MIT’s Adam Albright on “Rabbitometry vs. rabbitography: phonetic faithfulness and affix-by-affix differences in derived words.”
Coming up in the following weeks are several other fantastic speakers, including
April 30: Teresa Satterfield, University of Michigan
May 14: Nick Fleisher, Wayne State University
May 21: Ryan Shosted, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
May 28: Shigeto Kawahara, Rutgers University
June 4: Rob Podesva, Georgetown University
Per custom, colloquia are held on Thursday afternoons at 3:30 in Cobb 201. We look forward to these visits, and hope many of you will join us!