Christine gave birth to a beautiful baby girl yesterday morning.
Please send contributions (information and news of departmental interest) to Andrew Garrett.
Upper-division electives that are not yet full (for undergraduates and graduate students):
- 121. Logical Semantics (Mikkelsen, TuTh 12:30-2)
- 122. Language Typology and Linguistic Universals (Hyman & Jenks, TuTh 12:30-2)
- 123. Pragmatics (Sweetser, MWF 9-10)
- 131. Indo-European Comparative Linguistics (Weiss, MWF 11-12)
- 170. Matsigenka (Michael, TuTh 9:30-11)
- 205. Advanced Cognitive Linguistics (Sweetser, M 12-2 and W 12-1)
- 208. Psycholinguistics (Gahl & Johnson, MW 1:30-3)
- 211B. Topics in Phonological Theory (Kavitskaya, TuTh 2-3:30)
- 290B. Tense and Temporal Reference (Bochnak, W 3-6)
- 290F. The Language Ecology of Ancient Italy (Weiss, TuTh 12:30-2)
- 290L. The Interplay of Phonology and Morphology (Inkelas, TuTh 11-12:30)
- ICLDC 4: International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (Honolulu, February 26–March 1, 2015):
- abstract deadline August 31
- up to six students who write excellent abstracts receive scholarships of up to $1500 each
- ICAL 13: International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics (Taipei, July 18-23):
- abstract deadline September 15
- California Universities Semantics and Pragmatics 7 (UCLA, November 7-8):
- abstract deadline September 22
- "Traditionally, CUSP is not a competitive conference, meaning that all submitted abstracts have been accepted. We are optimistic that we can continue this tradition, but reserve the right to be selective if we receive more submissions than we can schedule."
- For faculty
- For students
Fieldwork Forum (Fforum, W 11–12): Sept. 3, "Debriefing from the summer's fieldwork"
Syntax & Semantics Circle (F 3–4:30): Sept. 5, Peter Jenks, "NP and DP in Classifier Languages"