Monthly Archives: January 2011

Japanese Technical Translation: Freelancing as a Career

If you’re interested in working in translation, be sure to see this presentation on Tuesday by Benjamin Barrett, a LING department alumnus.

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Linguistics Colloquium – Ronald Beline Mendes (01/21/11)

This week, please come to the 2nd linguistics colloquium in 2 days, featuring Ronald Beline Mendes, a sociolinguist from the University of Sao Paulo. LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM The ascent of estar + gerund in Brazilian Portuguese Ronald Beline Mendes Department of … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium – Loren Billings (01/20/11)

Please come to a special Thursday Linguistics Colloquium this week, featuring Loren Billings, a syntactician from National Chi Nan University. Abstract after the fold. Thursday, January 20, 2011 (Revised time and location!) 3:30-5:00pm Thomson 135 Ordering pronominal and adverbial clitics … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium – Betsy Evans (01/07/11)

Please come out and hear Betsy Evans, a sociolinguist in our department, talk about her perception research throughout Washington State. More below.

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FLAS Undergraduate & Graduate Fellowship Information Sessions This Week (Applications Due: 01/18/11)

Late notice, but FLAS Fellowships are great funding opportunities for those of you doing foreign language coursework here or abroad. There are information sessions on Wednesday and Thursday (details below):

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