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Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium – Call for Undergraduate Abstracts

11th Annual Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium (CULC11) Call for Undergraduate Abstracts Cornell University’s undergraduate linguistics association, The UnderLings, presents its eleventh annual undergraduate research colloquium. By facilitating communication and discussion between researchers, the conference aims to promote undergraduate research at … finish reading Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium – Call for Undergraduate Abstracts

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UMass Amherst Ph.D. Student Position in Psycholinguistics

Ph.D. student position in Psycholinguistics (Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences), University of Massachusetts Amherst The Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience Division of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is recruiting students interested in … finish reading UMass Amherst Ph.D. Student Position in Psycholinguistics

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Reed Friedman Student-Faculty Research Fellowship

Dear Colleagues, I write to you as people who might be interested, or chairs of programs or departments containing people who might be interested in this new, but quite niche, student-faculty research fellowship. The details are on the fellowships website: … finish reading Reed Friedman Student-Faculty Research Fellowship

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Lecture: Music, Dance, and the Construction of the Habitus

The Music Department invites you to a lecture on Monday 11/28 by Lawrence Zbikowski, at 4:40 PM in Eliot 314. Lawrence Zbikowski’s principal research interests involve applying recent work in cognitive science (especially that done by cognitive linguists and cognitive … finish reading Lecture: Music, Dance, and the Construction of the Habitus

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Course Announcement – Ling 313

Linguistics 313- Topics in Language and Society Language, Race and Ethnicity in the West Full course for one semester. This course is an opportunity to explore the unique linguistic situations of various ethnic groups in the North American West. Building … finish reading Course Announcement – Ling 313

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University of Rochester PhD Program

University of Rochester’s Kurumada Lab is accepting applicants to our PhD program in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences. Kurumada’s lab investigates the pragmatic aspects of language processing and development: How do young children become able to make adult-like pragmatic implicatures? How … finish reading University of Rochester PhD Program

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UNC’s MA in Linguistics

UNCLingMAPoster Greetings from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill! I am writing to let your undergraduate majors and minors know about UNC’s master’s program in Linguistics. We offer a wide range of courses in all of the “core” areas … finish reading UNC’s MA in Linguistics

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Brandeis – MA in Computational Linguistics

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Call for Undergraduate Abstracts – BLS 43

The 43rd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS 43) will take place Friday through Sunday, February 3rd – 5th, 2017, on the UC Berkeley campus. BLS 43 welcomes abstract submissions from all areas of descriptive, experimental, and theoretical … finish reading Call for Undergraduate Abstracts – BLS 43

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LSA Student Travel Grants

This year the Linguistic Society of America’s Committee on Ethnic Diversity in Linguistics (CEDL) is awarding two student travel grants intended to increase the participation of ethnoracial minorities in the LSA. Each grant in the amount of $500 assists students … finish reading LSA Student Travel Grants

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