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Joseph Pentagelo is a linguistics Ph.D. candidate whose article was recently published. Read more
Linguistics doctoral student Pamela Franciotti has received Early Research Initiative (ERI) Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowship for 2019-2020! Read more
Check out this TED talk titled "The Grammar of Double Negatives" presented by Dr. Frances Blanchette, a 2015 GC Ling. alumna. Read more
Lucas F.E. Ashby, Maria Elizabeth Garza, Yeonju Lee-Sikka, Sean Miller, and Alan Wong will be presenting at the Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC) conference.
Let us contragulate our colleagues who presented at the Linguistics Society of America’s (LSA) meeting on January 2-5, 2020. Read more
Ashby received a PhD Digital Initiatives Data for Public Good grant for spring 2020. Read more
Four current members and alumni will give talk presentations at the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium at University of Amsterdam on December 18 - 20, 2019.
Sam Alxatib and Ivana Đurović, Neg-raising ‘believe’ and antipresupposition
Zhuo Chen, Keeping dou as a simple distributor
Stephanie Solt (Ph.D. 2009; ZAS Berlin) with others, Existential semantics in equatives in Japanese and German
Congratulations to Prof. Juliette Blevins who was recently elected a fellow of the Linguistic Society of America for "distinguished contributions to the discipline"
Please see the link below for the full announcement:
Blevins is well known for her expertise in Austronesian, Australian Aboriginal, Native American, and Andamanese languages. Read more
Congratulations to Nancy Stern, Ricardo Otheguy, Wallis Reid and Jaseleen Sackler for their new publication. Read more