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The Sesquipedalian

The newsletter of the Stanford Department of Linguistics.

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Apr 19 2019
Dan Lassiter is presenting "Mathematical Counterfactuals" as part of MIT's Department of Linguistics' colloquium today, April 19.
Apr 19 2019
Professor Emeritus Stanley Peters is presenting "Exceptions to Generalizations" on April 20 during the Interdisciplinary Workshop on Logic, Language, and Meaning at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
Apr 19 2019
Penny Eckert gave a colloquium talk this past Wednesday April 17 at the Department of Education of UC-Santa Cruz, entitled "Stylistic practice and the emergence of an adolescent social order."
Apr 19 2019
Last week on April 12, Eva Portelance presented "Verb stranding ellipsis in Lithuanian: verbal identity and head movement" as part of the Syntax and Semantic Circle meetings at UC-Berkeley.
Apr 19 2019
Dan Jurafsky presented "Does this Vehicle Belong to You? Processing the Language of Policing for Improving Police-Community Relations" as part of the Shuttershock Distinguished Lecture Series with the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University on April 9. On April 11, Dan continued...
Apr 19 2019
Kate Lindsey's research on her Faces of Ende Language Project was recently featured on the Linguistic Society of America (LSA)'s website! Please go ahead, read, and share her story from this link here.

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