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Archived list of past events in the department of linguistics
Counterfactual, Casual and Explanatory Reasoning
Stanford linguist Daniel Lassiter to explore theoretical shifts in philosophy of language
Cancer is a tumultuous journey: A cross-linguistic analysis of metaphor
Linguistic Colloquium: Dr. Oana David (UC Merced) explores the linguistic use of metaphor in communications about cancer.
Dr. Lillian Lee (Cornell): Analyzing phrasing effects via found conversations: "Parallel universes" in Twitter, ChangeMyView, and the Fed (FOMC)
Linguistics Colloquium by Lillian Lee (Cornell U.)
Before There Was Merge, There Was Split: Automatic Learning of Morphology
John Goldsmith, professor of linguistics and computer science at the University of Chicago, gives a talk about the development of Linguistica, an algorithm to automatically analyze the morphology of a language. He will also talk later in the day about his new book "Battle in the Mind Fields."
The squinting linguist meets hyperdimensional computing: Explicitly encoded high-dimensional semantic spaces used for authorship profiling
Upcoming talk by Jussi Karlgren, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and University of Helsinki.
COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT OF SEMANTICS IN CHINESE AND ENGLISH CHILDREN
A colloquium by Tai-Li Chou (National Taiwan University)
Linguistics Colloquium: Joanna Nykiel
Fragments, identity, and direct interpretation approaches to ellipsis
The Case of the Argentine-Chinese Dual-Language School in Buenos Aires
Brazilian education official gives a talk on innovations on language teaching at an immersion school.
LSA Summer 2019
The Linguistic Society of America's prestigious Summer Institute will be hosted by UC Davis in 2019