Month: May 2012
Helena Aparicio was awarded a full scholarship to attend the North American Summer School of Logic, Language and Information (NASSLLI) at UT Austin this summer. Congratulations, Helena!
The 2013 LSA Institute will be held from June 24 to July 19 at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Several Chicago faculty and (so-to-be) alumni of the Linguistics department will be teaching courses there: Computational Modeling of Sound Change: James Kirby (PhD 2010, now at University of Edinburgh) and Morgan Sonderegger Individual differences in sound change: Jeff…
Double congratulations are in order to the two students who successfully defended their dissertations yesterday: Don Metlay, for his dissertation on ‘[take] and the ASL Verb Complex: An Autolexical Account’, and Eduardo Ribeiro, for his dissertation ‘A Grammar of Karajá’. Great job, Don and Eduardo!