Category: Conferences, General, Graduate Students, Talks

McPherson at Berkeley

Published: April 10, 2014

Laura McPherson will be giving a couple of talks at Berkeley on April 10. She will be giving a guest lecture in the Berkeley graduate morphology class on her work on variable vowel harmony in Tommo So. She will also be giving a talk at the Berkeley music-language working group: “Tone-tune association in Tommo So…

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UCLA Linguists brave the cold at LSA 2014 in Minneapolis

Published: January 6, 2014

A number of UCLA linguists traded the sunny weather of LA for the freezing temperatures of Minneapolis to present at the annual meeting of the LSA. Byron Ahn & Craig Sailor, Obligatory Gaps in Non-Finite Clauses Byron Ahn, The Syntax of Phrasal Stress “Exceptions” (Poster) Laura McPherson, A maxent model of tone-tune association in Tommo…

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Friends of Linguistics Meeting tonight!

Published: November 15, 2013

The Department will be hosting a meeting of the Friends of Linguistics this evening at the UCLA Faculty Center. This year’s speaker is Assoc. Prof. Megha Sundara. See attached flyer for details! Time:  Friday November 15th, 4 p.m., with post-talk reception. Place:  the California Room of the Faculty Center

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Summer news

Published: October 8, 2013

————————————————————————————————- UCLA Linguists At The 2013 LSA Linguistic Institute (Also posted on Department’s news page) Pat Keating writes: The department was well-represented at the month-long Institute in Ann Arbor this past summer. Three courses were taught by current department members: “Quantitative and Computational Phonology” by Bruce Hayes, “Articulatory Phonetics” by Pat Keating, and “Language Typology”…

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Jun at UMass

Published: May 31, 2013

Sun-Ah Jun writes: I will be giving a talk at the Workshop on Explicit and Implicit Prosody in Sentence Processing, at Univ. of Massachusetts, in May 30-31, which is organized by Lyn Frazier to celebrate the contribution of Janet Fodor to the field of sentence processing.  A preliminary program can be found in My…

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Nina Hyams speaks at UNC-Chapel Hill

Published: April 12, 2013

Nina Hyams is speaking at UNC-Chapel Hill this weekend (April 13). She is the keynote speaker at the UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Colloquium. Her talk is entitled: The acquisition of syntactically encoded evidentiality (based on joint work with Jessica Rett and Lauren Winans)

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