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Semantics Tea

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MoRG – Organizational Meeting

American Indian Seminar – Pam Munro

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French lunch

Phonology Seminar : Nanyun Peng, ISI “Probabilistically modeling surface forms using latent structure”

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Phonology Seminar : Nanyun Peng, ISI “Probabilistically modeling surface forms using latent structure”

Faculty Meeting

Colloquium: Junko Ito, UCSC

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Psycholinguistics Seminar: SR Research Experiment Builder demo (Stephanie)

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Semantics Tea

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American Indian Seminar – Iara Mantenuto

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Phonology Seminar : Canaan Breiss, “Phonological markedness impacts sentence construction: modeling evidence from Korean and Tagalog” (WCCFL practice talk), “(Even) more on the genitive alternation: sibilancy, hiatus, and heavy clusters”

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Chinese lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar: Visual world paradigm (Chie)

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Faculty Meeting

Syntax-Semantics Seminar: John Gluckman

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Semantics Tea

Semantics Tea

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American Indian Seminar – Adjective Fest

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Phonology Seminar: Kie Zuraw and Kevin Huynh, “Solving the whole-language simulation problem: case studies from Tongan and English”

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French lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar: CLS practice talks (Jesse on Russian serial verbs; Marju on word order in Estonian)

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2018 West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 36

2018 West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 36 – Barney’s Beanery Hangout

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2018 West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 36

2018 West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 36 – Banquet Dinner

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2018 West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 36

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Semantics Tea

Semantics Tea

Phonetics Seminar – Seijin Oh

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UCLA Morphology: Daniela Culinovic

American Indian Seminar – Tony Yates

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Phonology Seminar: Journal Club

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Chinese lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar: Workshop abstracts

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Syntax-Semantics Seminar: Maayan Adar

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Semantics Tea

Semantics Tea

Phonetics Seminar – discussion of abstracts from the May ASA

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American Indian Seminar: Lina Brixey, USC

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Phonology Seminar: Deborah Wong and Meng Yang, “Malay verbal reduplication with the məŋ- prefix”, practice talk for AFLA

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French lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar: Factive reports (Travis & Beth) / TBD

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Colloquium: Stefan Keine, USC

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