The Fourth Symposium on Amazonian Languages (SAL 4) will be held at UC Berkeley during the weekend of April 2-3.
All talks will take place in Dwinelle 370. The full program is available here.
More information from the conference organizers, Allegra Robertson and Wesley dos Santos:
What is SAL 4?
The conference consists of 24 talks by scholars working in different subfields of linguistics – from phonetics to typology to semantics – on the following languages: A’ingae, Caquinte, Chamikuro, Enlhet-Enenlhet, Guaraní, Guató, Iskonawa, Iquito, Ka’apor, Kawahíva, Kichwa, Panará, Maropa, Mʉteã, Nadëb, Nheengatu, Secoya, Shiwilu, Siriano, Tuparí, Wari’, and Yanesha’.
Do I need to register?
No! Attendance is open to all, and there is no registration fee. Please feel free to circulate this message.
How can I stay in the loop?
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