The excitement keeps mounting. We hear that Middy keeps winning the
name contests.... (Hmm...) However, we predict that someone else will win this
week, so take a look and try to be the first one to correctly
identify the following name and win this week's prize:
For events farther in the future consult the Upcoming Events Page
FRIDAY, 15 MAY
Bhuvana Narasimhan (U Colorado, Boulder)
Hal Tily and Victor Kuperman
"Probabilistically conditioned phonological variation in spoken Dutch"
12:00pm, ExL Lab
"Information status and word order in child and adult language"
3:30pm, MJH 126
UCSC Linguistics Colloquium
Heidi Harley (U Arizona)
"A morphosyntactic account of the 'Latinate' ban on dative shift
4-5:30pm, Humanities One, Rm 202, UCSC
SATURDAY, 16 MAY
MONDAY, 18 MAY
Members of the Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk) ensemble and seminar
8:00pm, CCRMA Stage
THURSDAY, 21 MAY
FRIDAY, 22 MAY
12-1pm, MJH 126
Marcelo and Carola Suárez-Orozco
Language, Equity, and Educational Policy (LEEP) Colloquium
"Learning a New Land: Immigrant Students in American Society"
12:00, ExL Lab
Department Professional Development Lecture
for grad students
"Different Kinds of Abstracts and How to Write 'Em"
3:30pm, MJH 126
More Free beer
UPCOMING EVENTS (always under construction)
LINGUISTIC DEPARTMENT EVENTS PAGE
Got broader interests? The New Sesquipedalian recommends reading, or even
subscribing, to the CSLI Calendar, available HERE.
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WHAT'S GOING ON AT UC BERKELEY?
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