Month: March 2015
HSA Lecture Series: Greek Language and Bilingualism
Professor Anastasia Giannakidou will be giving a lecture on Greek language and bilingualism on Wednesday, April 1st, 6:00pm in Harper 140. Please refer to the Greek Biligualism Lecture Ad for more details.
Chicago Linguists at WCCFL 33
WCCFL is just around the corner and two Chicagoans will be presenting their work there: Andrea Beltrama (U of Chicago). Flat-out metalinguistic. Extreme degree modification as speaker’s preference evaluation Julian Grove (U of Chicago). Semantic Layers in DP Way to go!
Tim Grinsell has been awarded a Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship for 2015-16 to complete his doctoral dissertation “Semantic Indecision.” Well done, Tim!
2nd and 3rd year Graduate Student QP-fest! — Poster sessions
Dear all, The research seminar class will present to you a QP Poster fest on March 10th! We have a large class this year, and the poster presentation is divided into two sessions. Please come by to talk to the grad student researchers! They have all made significant progress on their QPs. Your support will […]
Tentative CLS 51 Schedule
Dear Chicago Linguists, CLS 51 is pleased to share with you all the tentative schedule for the upcoming conference. The attached PDF is the tentative schedule and includes session titles, session members, paper titles, and invited speaker slots. Of course, this schedule is tentative, so the schedule may shift around a bit. Nevertheless, we wanted […]