Monthly Archives: May 2011

Linguistics Colloquium 5/27 – Michael Shapiro

For this Friday’s colloquium, please come hear Michael Shapiro from AL&L discuss Hindi and Urdu. Abstract below. LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM Michael Shapiro University of Washington, Department of Asian Language and Literature So How Many Languages are Hindi and Urdu Anyway?  And … Continue reading

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Special Linguistics Colloquium today! James A. Walker, York University

Please attend today’s special Thursday colloquium if you can, with James A. Walker from York University. Abstract below. SPECIAL LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM James A.Walker Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Programs, York University, Canada Grammatical Variation in the Grenadines: Inherent Variability and … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 5/6 – Adrian KC Lee

Please come to this Friday’s linguistics colloquium, featuring Adrian KC Lee from SPHSC at UW and his work with MEG. Abstract below. LINGUISTICS COLLOQUIUM Adrian KC Lee Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington Using magnetoencephalography to study cortical network … Continue reading

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Job opportunity: hourly annotation, Russian

Hi all – see below for a message from Professor Emily Bender on a job opportunity for fluent Russian speakers.

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