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GSLING Events

Upcoming schedule of graduate student events for the 2016-2017 year.

 For more information about GSLING, see the GSLING page.

 

Spring

 

 

2017

January

2017

9

Monday

5:00 pm

LING Graduate Lounge

GSLING Meeting

The first meeting of Spring 2017

February

2017

6

Monday

4:30 - 5:30 pm

LING Graduate Lounge

GSLING Meeting

February

2017

17

Friday

12:00 - 1:30 pm

Maxcy Classroom

Informal discussion on Mayan-Spanish contact (pizza lunch provided)

Jim Michnowicz, North Carolina State University

February

2017

17

Friday

3:30 - 5:00 pm

Gambrell 152 

Spanish in the Southeast: What a variable swarm can tell us about the initial stages of language contact

Jim Michnowicz, North Carolina State University

February

2017

24

Friday

5:00 pm

Hunter-Gatherer

Final Friday Social Event

March

2017

17

Friday

4:15 - 5:15 pm

Gambrell 129

Professional Development Workshop: Attending Conferences

Discussion led by Elaine Chun, Amanda Dalola, Qiandi Liu, Nina Moreno, Mila Tasseva

March

2017

20

Monday

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Graduate Student Lounge

Socio-Ling-Anth Lab: Anna Hamer data presentation

March

2017

24

Friday

3:30 - 6:30 pm

Humanities Classroom 202

Student Research Symposium (SRS)

GSLING Presentations

March

2017

31

Friday

2:15 - 3:30 pm

Humanities Classroom 201

Linguistics in Industry: Finding your dream job as a linguist

Laura Walsh Dickey, Google Program Manager

March

2017

31

Friday

5:00 pm

World of Beer

Final Friday Social Event

April

2017

10

Monday

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Graduate Student Lounge

Socio-Ling-Anth LabJuliane Bilotta (Department of Anthropology) presents data from her MA thesis

April

2017

14

Friday

3:30 - 4:30 pm

Gambrell 124

Professional Development Workshop: Publishing Articles

Discussion led by Anne Bezuidenhout, Jennifer Reynolds, Stan Dubinsky, Eric Holt, Amit Almor

April

2017

28

Friday

4:00 - 8:00 pm

Saluda Shoals Park

Linguistics Program End of the Year Picnic

Fall

 

 

2016

August

2016

19

Friday

3:30 pm

Humanities Classroom Building 102 

Linguistics Program Orientation

Students, Faculty, and Staff

September

2016

9

Friday

3:30 - 5:00 pm

Gambrell Hall Room 151

Learning about Abstract Predicates via Sentence-Level and Environmental Cues [See colloquium page]

Misha Becker, University of North Carolina

October

2016

28

Friday

3:30 - 6:30 pm

Humanities Classroom Building 201

Student Research Symposium (SRS)

GSLING Presentations

November

2016

4

Friday

5:30 - 7:30 pm

McKissick Museum

Intimate Grammars: A Diné (Navajo) Poetry Panel [See colloquium page]

Anthony Webster, University of Texas at Austin, Laura Tohe, Arizona State U., Rex Lee Jim

November

2016 

18

Friday

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Preston College seminar room/library

Does This Vehicle Belong to You? Using computational pragmatics to study the speech and language police officers use during routine traffic stops of Black and White community members [See colloquium page]

Dan Jurafsky, Stanford University

November

2016

18

Friday

3:00 - 4:00 pm

Hollings Library Program Room

The Language of Food [See colloquium page]

Dan Jurafsky, Stanford University

December

2016

12

Tuesday 

7 pm -

Danielle's house 

GSLING Meeting 

End of semester party

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Spring

 

 

2016

January

2016

14

Thursday

2:50 pm

Classroom, International House at Maxcy College

An overview of Spanish in the USA

Janet Fuller, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

January

2016 

15

Friday

3:30 pm

Gambrell 151 

Minority Languages in the Linguistic Landscapes of Chicago and Berlin

Janet Fuller, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

January

2016 

20

Wednesday 

3:45 - 4:45 pm

Hamilton 143

Working Memory in Second Langage Writing: Insights from the Study of Planning

Mark Johnson, East Carolina University

January

2016  

26

Tuesday 

4:15 - 5:15 pm

Petigru 217 

Measuring Syntactic Development in L2 Writing: A Usage-Based Perspective

Kristopher Kyle, Georgia State University

January

2016  

28

Thursday 

4:15 - 5:15 pm

Petigru 217  

Effectiveness of Coded Feedback in the Development of Linguistic Accuracy in L2 Writing: Impacts of Error Types and Learner Attitudes

Quandi Liu, Northern Arizona University

February

2016 

24

Wednesday

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Gambrell Hall 006

Open Questions and Epistemic Necessity

Brett Sherman, University of Rochester

March

2016

19

Saturday

Gambrell Hall Room 153

14th Annual South Carolina Anthropology Student Conference

[Event Flyer] [SCASC 2016 Information] [SCASC 2016 Program]

March

2016

25

Friday

3:00 pm

Gambrell Hall 412

What’s your Status? Facebook, Morality, and the Self among Tongan Youth [Event Flyer]

Mary Good, Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University

Fall

 

 

2015

September

2015

9

Friday

3:30 - 5:00 pm

Gambrell Hall Room 151

A Look at Judeo-Spanish: Insights from an Endangered Language into Sound Change and Language Contact

Travis G. Bradley, University of California, Davis

September

2015

22

Tuesday

3:30 - 4:45 pm

IBM (Institute for Mind and Brain)

Prediction during real-time language comprehension: Consequences and extensions (tentative)

Matt Husband, University of Oxford

September

2015

25

Friday

3:30 pm

Gambrell 152 

The Old is New Again: Linguistic Change among Appalachian English Speakers

Becky Childs, Coastal Carolina University

October

2015 

15

Thursday

4:30 pm

Williams Brice (Nursing) 125

Malumalele Burning: Language Rights in South African Court Rooms

Russell H Kaschula, Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa)

October

2015 

16

Friday 

3:30 pm

Gambrell 152 

Tower of Babel: Challenges of Multilingualism in South African Education

Russell H Kaschula, Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa)

November

2015 

5

Thursday 

4:00 pm

Gambrell 431

Motherless Tongues, or The Aporia of Translation

Vicente Rafael, University of Washington

November

2015

6

Friday

3:30 pm

Gambrell 153

Screening and discussion of his film "The E-word" (http://ewordfilm.com/)

Jonathan Gayles, Georgia State University

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For previous colloquium talks, please visit our Colloquium Archives.