Calendar of Events

Weekly Merging of Syntaxes and Syntacticians

Weekly Merging of Syntaxes and Syntacticians

Weekly Merging of Syntaxes and Syntacticians

Weekly Merging of Syntaxes and Syntacticians

Fieldworker Weekly Social

Fieldworker Weekly Social

Fieldworker Weekly Social

Fieldworker Weekly Social

Creole Studies Social Hour

Creole Studies Social Hour

Creole Studies Social Hour

Creole Studies Social Hour

Symposium: Wikipedia

Symposium: Implicit Bias

Symposium: What Can You Do With An Undergraduate Linguistics Degree?!

Special Event: An Evening of Appalachian Words & Song

Symposium: Impostor Syndrome

Historical Sociolinguistics "Data Excursion"

Student Focus Group (with pizza!)

Symposium: Linguistics in the Public Sphere: An Advocacy Workshop

Historical Sociolinguistics Happy Hour

Historical Sociolinguistics Happy Hour

Historical Sociolinguistics Happy Hour

Historical Sociolinguistics Happy Hour

North Carolina Language and Life Project Film Series - Spanish Voices: Spanish and English in the Southeastern United States

North Carolina Language and Life Project Film Series - Mountain Talk: A Journey to the Heart of Southern Appalachia

North Carolina Language and Life Project Film Series - Talking Black in America: The Story of African American Language

North Carolina Language and Life Project Film Series - First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee

Poster Sessions: Dialectology, Corpus, Historical, Sociolinguistics

Inaugural ADS Professorship Lecture: Kirk Hazen

Workshop: Grammar across the curriculum

Workshop: Phonological externalization of morphosyntactic structure: Universals and variables

Workshop: Changing perceptions of Southernness

Workshop: Language input and language construction

Workshop: Phrasebooks as transcultural texts

Joint Conference: Formal Approaches to Creole Studies (FACS) / Structure, Emergence and Evolution of Pidgin and Creole Languages (SEEPiCLa)

Michel deGraff

Robin Queen, University of Michigan

Three Sources of Syntactic Variation: evidence from the Scots Syntactic Atlas. David Adger, Queen Mary University of London

Collitz Professor: Joan Bybee, University of New Mexico

Sapir Professor: Penelope Eckert, Stanford University

Hale Professor: Lenore Grenoble, University of Chicago

Fillmore Professor: Julia Hirschberg, Columbia University

Workshop: Experimental and corpus-based approaches to ellipsis

Workshop: Data management plans for linguistic research

Workshop: Grammar across the curriculum

Workshop: Phonological externalization of morphosyntactic structure: Universals and variables

Workshop: Morphological typology and linguistic cognition

Conference: North American Research Network in Historical Sociolinguistics

Workshop: Implicational relations and the distribution of lexical properties

Workshop: Changing perceptions of Southernness

Workshop: Language input and language construction

Workshop: Phrasebooks as transcultural texts

Workshop: Vowel plotting for newbies

Conference: Formal approaches to Creole Studies / Structure, emergence and evolution of pidgin and creole languages

Workshop: American Sign Language (ASL) Research Resources

Workshop: Culture, identity, cognition: insights from conceptualization of diasporic place

Conference: International conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

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