Please send contributions (information and news of departmental interest) to Andrew Garrett.
Will Chang is presenting a paper on "A vanishing, multiple-gain lexical trait model" at the Workshop Towards a Global Language Phylogeny at the new Max Planck Institute for History and the Sciences in Jena, Germany; also participating is 2012 Berkeley PhD Hannah Haynie.
- ICAL 13: International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics (Taipei, July 18-23)
- abstract deadline September 15
- CUSP 7: California Universities Semantics and Pragmatics (UCLA, November 7-8)
- abstract deadline September 22
- WSCLA 20: Workshop on the Structure and Constituency of the Languages of the Americas (Univ. of Arizona, January 23-25)
- abstract deadline October 10
- CSANA 2015: Celtic Studies Association of North America, meeting with the 37th California Celtic Conference (Berkeley, March 5-8)
- abstract deadline November 20 (submit abstracts by email to Eve Sweetser)
- "welcomes scholarly presentations on any area of Celtic studies — e.g., Celtic languages, literatures, history, linguistics, folklore, archeology, and art"
Linguistic Contributions to Native California Language Teaching Andrew Garrett, UC Berkeley Friday, October 17 B4 Dwinelle, 3-5 PM Here's another deadline to add: WCCFL 33 Abstract submission deadline: Oct. 21, 2014, 11:59pm PST https://sites.google.com/site/wccflsfu/
- Greville Corbett (Surrey), "Morphosyntactic complexity: The view from canonical typology"
- Monday, Sept. 22: "Lexical splits" (3–4:30; the colloquium proper, 370 Dwinelle)
- Tuesday, Sept. 23: "Hybrids" (2:30–4:00, 1229 Dwinelle)
- Wednesday, Sept. 24: "Gender" (2:30–4:00, 1229 Dwinelle)
- Oct. 6: Sharon Inkelas
- Monday, September 15
- 12–1: Phorum, 223 Dwinelle: Megha Sundara (UCLA)
- 4–5:30: Center for the Tebtunis Papyri, 370 Dwinelle: Dirk Obbink (Oxford), "The new Sappho papyri: A discussion with their editor"
- Wednesday, September 17
- 1–2:30: CogNetwork, Kevin Moore (San Jose State University)
- 3-4: *dhworom, 1229 Dwinelle: Michael Weiss (Cornell & Berkeley), "The phonetics/phonology of the PIE laryngeals and the name of Cilicia in the Iron Age"
- Evening: Group in American Indian Languages, "Debriefing from the summer's fieldwork III" (potluck meeting, all are welcome!)
- Friday, September 19
- 1-2: Sociophonetic Reading Exchange and Discussion, 1303 Dwinelle
- 3–4:30: Syntax & Semantics Circle, 1303 Dwinelle: Anneliise Rehn (Berkeley)
- ACLS Fellowship: September 24
- Stanford Humanities Center Fellowship: October 1
- NIH Research Project Grant: October 5
- NSF-NEH Documenting Endangered Languages: October 6
- Townsend Center Faculty Fellowships: November 14