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  • Chicago Linguists at SALT 26

    Chicago linguistitcs will enjoy a strong showing at the upcoming Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26 this weekend at the University of Texas, Austin: Rebekah Baglini (PhD ’15): The semantics of quotative ideophones Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine (BA ’07, MA ’07): Focus association into copies and the scope of even Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine and Hadas Kotek: Untangling Tanglewood…

  • Cisneros receives NSF’s GRIP award

    Congratulations to Carlos Cisneros, who has received a Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) award from NSF, to work on the project “Research of language development initiatives worldwide”!

  • Chicago Linguists @ ACAL 47

    Several Chicago students and faculty are presenting at the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL) at UC Berkeley from March 23-26: Jonathan Pesetsky: How and When To Be Alive: Animacy in Swahili Joanna Pietraszko: The Ndebele relative marker as a nominal linker Rebecca Baglini (PhD ’15): The lexical semantics of Wolof ideophones Betsy Pillion, Lenore Grenoble, Emmanuel Ngue Um…

  • UChicago at BLS 2016

    Congratulations to UChicago Linguistics current students and alumni who will be presenting at BLS in 2016! Emily Hanink Jeff Geiger Suwon Yoon (PhD, 2011) Clara Cohen (BA, 2006)

  • Congratulations to Asia Pietraszko!

    Congratulations to Asia Pietraszko for successfully defending her dissertation proposal on “The structure of complex verbal expressions in Ndebele”!

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