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Linguistics Colloquia

Linguistics talks are on Monday, 4:00-5:00 pm. They usually last about an hour, with a question and answer session at the end of the talk. Zoom links will be announced, or you can request them from Caleb Ewing or Keng-Yu Lin.

September 28Colleen Balukas, University of Buffalo
October 19Carla Contemori, University of Texas-El Paso
November 2Ethan Kutlu, University of Florida
November 16Sasha Lavrentovich, Amazon; Aleks Tomic, Arctic University at Tromsø
November 30Caroline Wiltshire, University of Florida

Looking for colloquia info from previous semesters? Go to the archives

Language & Brain Colloquia

These talks take place on Fridays from 1:55-2:45. Zoom links will be announced, or can request them from Edith Kaan.

September 18Sharlene Newman (University of Alabama)The Neuroscience of Language: are there language specific processing modules?
October 16Lorna Quandt (Gallaudet University)Embodying sign language: Using avatars, VR, and EEG to design novel learning tools
November 20Gerry Altmann (University of Connecticut)TBA
December 11Jared Novick (University of Maryland)Direct impact of cognitive control engagement on real-time sentence comprehension