Tag Archives: cognitive linguistics

News: Miako Rankin presented “Educational Interpreting: What’s Linguistics Got to Do With It?” in August, 2016

On August 31, Linguistics faculty member Miako Rankin traveled to Fredericksburg, Virginia, to meet with educational interpreters in the Spotsylvania School District (a few of whom are pictured here). Together they explored ways that a cognitive linguistic framework can inform … Continue reading

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Brown Bag by graduate student Amelia Becker 2/23 12-1 @SLCC Open Space, Ling Dept

Amelia Becker will be this semester’s first Brown Bag presenter. She will be talking with us about about some important conceptual issues raised at the intersection of phonetics, phonology, and cognition in signed languages (see abstract below). topic: Sign Language Phonetic Annotation as … Continue reading

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If you find yourself asking questions like these, come explore with us!

This is a new poster by our department asking different kinds of questions that sign language linguists may ask (really, anywhere that ASL is mentioned on the poster, another sign language could be substituted). We posted it on Twitter but … Continue reading

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