Monthly Archives: May 2012

Linguistics Colloquium 06/01/12 – Christopher Allen Sundita, Gus McGrath, Yumi Ozaki, Claire Simon, Jasmine Lewis, Steve Steele Carter

Friday, June 1, 2012 3:30–5:00p.m. MGH 241 Verbal Presentations: Christopher Allen Sundita University of Washington The development of Tagalog <um> Tagalog literature prior to the early 20th century reveals more forms in the verb conjugation paradigm of the Tagalog intransitive … Continue reading

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USC Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics 2012 Call for Papers (Abstracts Due: 08/01/12)

USC Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics:  Call for Papers The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, will host its first Undergraduate Conference in Linguistics on Friday/Saturday October 12-13, 2012. Undergraduate students are invited to submit a one page abstract-outline of a … Continue reading

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EDUC 401: Tutoring and Mentorship in Higher Education

The University of Washington Academic Support Program is offering a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Tutoring and Mentorship in Higher Education” for Autumn Quarter 2012. This weekly seminar will introduce junior and senior students to a diverse range of tutoring, mentoring, and … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 05/25/12 – Eric Henke, Ellen Kaisse, and Richard Wright

Is the Sonority Sequencing Principle an Epiphenomenon? Eric Henke, Ellen Kaisse, and Richard Wright University of Washington Friday, May 25, 2012 3:30-5:00 p.m. MGH 241 The behavior of clusters of obstruent consonants and of clusters of sonorant consonants is not well … Continue reading

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Intensive Modern Hebrew (HEBR 401) at UW in Summer 2012

In search of a non-Indo European language to fulfill the language requirement for the Linguistics major? Consider taking Modern Hebrew this summer! It is an Afro-Asiatic language with an unusual background. Hebrew had no native speakers by the 4th century … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium 05/18/12 – Jurgen Klausenburger

Can Linguistics Use a Shave from Ockham’s Razor? Jurgen Klausenburger University of Washington Friday, May 18, 2012 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. SMI 211 This presentation is a progress report of work done so far on a project to apply Ockham’s … Continue reading

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College of Education Lecture: Linda Espinosa on Dual Language (05/30/12)

Dual Language Dr. Linda Espinosa University of Missouri May 30, 2012 7:00-9:00PM Kane Hall Join us for this exciting lecture series where nationally recognized early childhood researchers and leaders share their expertise and passion. This event is co-sponsored by the … Continue reading

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