Past Events

Linguistics Speaker Series

The Speaker Series is our student-run department colloquium. This is a recurring event for which we invite current figures from various institutions and subfields to speak to the Penn Linguistics community about their research.




Last Day of Classes for 2020 Spring Term

When: Apr 29, 2020 (All Day)

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Dissertation Defense: Creemers

“Morphological Processing and the Effects of Semantic Transparency”
When: Apr 24, 2020 at -

Where: Event will be Virtual due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

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Dissertation Defense: Wade

"The Linguistic and the Social Intertwined: Linguistic Convergence Toward Southern Speech"
When: Apr 23, 2020 at -

Where: Event will be Virtual due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

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Dissertation Defense: Kodner

"Language Acquisition in the Past"
When: Apr 22, 2020 at -

Where: Event will be Virtual due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

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Dissertation Defense: Šereikaitė

"Voice and Case Phenomena in Lithuanian morphosyntax"
When: Apr 16, 2020 at -

Where: Event will be Virtual due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

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Dissertation Defense: Jones

"Variation and African American English: The Great Migration and Regional Differentiation"
When: Apr 10, 2020 at -

Where: Event will be Virtual due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

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Speaker Series: Gary Thoms (NYU)

When: Apr 9, 2020 at -

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Dissertation Defense: Cui

"The Emergence of Phonological Categories"
When: Apr 8, 2020 at -

Where: Event will be Virtual due to the Coronavirus restrictions.

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PLC 44

NOTE: PLC 44 has been CANCELLED.
When: Mar 27, 2020 - Mar 29, 2020 (All Day)

Where: On Line

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Speaker Series: Naomi Feldman (Maryland)

When: Mar 19, 2020 at -

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