Protection for Jinuo

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Protection for Jinuo

given by Dr. Lijun Fan

Friday, March 6 at 3:30pm in Straub 145

University of Oregon

What Can Computers Do for Us? Grammar Engineering for Linguistic Hypothesis Testing, Linguistic Typology, and Language Documentation

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

What Can Computers Do for Us? Grammar Engineering for Linguistic Hypothesis Testing, Linguistic Typology, and Language Documentation

given by Dr. Emily Bender

Friday, February 28 at 3:30pm in Straub 145

University of Oregon

Canonical and Non-canonical Applicatives in Waray

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Canonical and Non-canonical Applicatives in Waray

given by Dr. Tom Payne

Friday, February 21 at 3:30pm in Straub 145

University of Oregon

 

Applicatives-abstract

Referential coherence and communicative strategies in Zenzontepec Chatino

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Referential coherence and communicative strategies in Zenzontepec Chatino

given by Dr. Eric Campbell

Friday, February 7 at 3:30pm in Straub 145

University of Oregon

The role of reinforcement learning in speech sound categorization and morphophonology

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

The role of reinforcement learning in speech sound categorization and morphophonology

given by Dr. Vsevolod Kapatsinski

Friday, January 31 at 3:30pm in Straub 145

University of Oregon

 

Modeling Pausing Patterns in Adult Narrative Speech

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Modeling Pausing Patterns in Adult Narrative Speech

given by Jeff Kallay

Friday, January 24 at 3:30pm in Straub 145

University of Oregon

Linguistic Description and Comprehensive Documentation of Mewahang, Nepal

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Linguistic Description and Comprehensive Documentation of Mewahang, Nepal

given by Dr. Narayan Sharma

Friday, January 17, at 3:30pm in Straub 145,

University of Oregon

Connecting better: Understanding linguistic self-representation and accommodation benefits business outcomes

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Connecting better: Understanding linguistic self-representation and accommodation benefits business outcomes

given by Dr. Jordana Heller (Textio)

Friday, November 22, at 3:30pm in Straub 145,

University of Oregon

The Applicative(-like) Functions of Nilotic Directionals

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

The Applicative(-like) Functions of Nilotic Directionals

given by Dr. Doris L. Payne (University of Oregon)

Friday, November 15, at 3:30pm in Straub 145,

University of Oregon

Measuring productive second language lexical proficiency as a multidimensional construct

The Department of Linguistics and the Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) are pleased to announce that their weekly colloquium will be hosting the talk:

Measuring productive second language lexical proficiency as a multidimensional construct

given by Dr. Kristopher Kyle (University of Oregon)

Friday, November 8, at 3:30pm in Straub 145,

University of Oregon

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