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Linguistics Program

Past Workshops and Colloquiua

Explore the workshops and colloquia previously given by the Linguistics Program at South Carolina. What are we up to now? Browse our upcoming events.

2020

January 2 - 5
Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana

March 19
World Languages Day

September 14
Ph.D. Defense: Brianna Cornelius, "Talkin’ Black and Sounding Gay: An Examination of the Construction of a Multiplex Identity via Intraspeaker Variation"

September 25
Professional Development Workshop: "How to Turn Your Course Paper into a Publishable Manuscript"
Amit Almor, Anne Bezuidenhout, and Kurt Goblirsch

October 23
Colloquium: “The Origin of Language and the Oldest Words in the World”
Anatoly Liberman, Visiting Scholar from the University of Minnesota

2019

January 3 – 6
Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, New York, New York

February 8
Colloquium, “Linguistic Entrenchment and the Effect of Subjective Lexical Familiarity in Korean /n/-insertions”
Stanley Dubinsky and Jiyeon Song

February 22
Colloquium,“The effects of focus on quantifier scope in Korean negation” and Keiko Bridwell “Hwhat did you say?: An acoustic analysis of the whine-wine merger in unscripted Southern American speech”
Dennis Park

February 28
"Talking Black in America” screening and Q&A panel 
Tracey Weldon

April 12
Colloquia
Angelina Rubina, Mila Tasseva-Kurktchieva

August 30
Colloquium
Pete Nelson

September 9
Additive Dialect Workshop
Price L. Lassahn-Worrell

September 27
Colloquium, "Aural You Crazy? Revisiting Leow et al. (2008) in the Aural Mode"
Sam Hackworth


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