Linguistics events this week (Feb 14-21, 2020)

February 14, 2020

In and around the linguistics department in the next week:

  • Linguistics Department Colloquium - Friday Feb 14 - 3335 Dwinelle - 3-5pm
    Anthony Yates (UCLA): What is a lexical accent? Indo-European evidence for a metrical representation
  • Language and Cognition Lab & Language and Cognitive Development Lab - Tuesday Feb 18 - 370 Dwinelle - 12:30-2p
    Yang Xu (Toronto): Bootstrapping meaning in historical text: From emotion semantics to moral sentiment

  • Fieldwork Forum - Wednesday Feb 19  - 1303 Dwinelle - 4-5.30pm
    Ana Lívia Agostinho (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina): Fieldwork and language contact in the Gulf of Guinea
  • Found in Translation Working Group - Thursday Feb 20 - Dwinelle 4 - 2-3:30pm
    Myriam Lapierre (Berkeley): Challenges of literacy education and orthography development in the Amazonian indigenous context: A case study from Panãra
  • Spanish & Portugese Dept's Berkeley Series in Linguistics Tutorials - Friday Feb 21 - 3401 Dwinelle - 1-3pm
    An introduction to LaTeX; Sign up here
  • Linguistics Department Colloquium - Friday Feb 21 -  Dwinelle hall, room TBA - 3-5pm
    Charles O'Hara (USC): TBA