University Seminar #681

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November 2, 2017

Title: Word order in an emerging language
Mark Aronoff, Department of Linguistics, Stony Brook University

December 7, 2017

Title: Speech is special and language is structured
David Poeppel, Department of Psychology, New York University and Department of Neuroscience, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt

March 8, 2018

Title: Aspects of vocalic change in contemporary New York City English
Lecturer: Bill Haddican, Department of Linguistics, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York

February 1, 2018

Title: The central role of phonetic detail in the processing of non-native sound sequences
Lecturer: Lisa Davidson, Department of Linguistics, New York University

April 5, 2018

Title: The role of prediction in infant language learning
Lecturer: Lauren Emberson,
Department of Psychology, Princeton University

May 3, 2018

Title: Storytelling in popular movies: A cinemetric approach
Lecturer: James E. Cutting, Department of Psychology, Cornell University

All of the Seminar meetings begin at 4:00 PM, and are held in:

    The Faculty House
    64 Morningside Drive

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For additional information, please contact the Chair or the Rapporteur. If you plan to attend a session, please inform the Rapporteur by sending an email note.

This Year’s Meetings

Last revised: January 19, 2018