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Radboud University Summer School courses for “Sign Language Documentation” and “Analyzing Sign Language Data” before SIGN10 (August 2020) in Nijmegen, Netherlands

Two short summer courses related to sign language research and taught by signing instructors will be offered by Radboud University Summer School  before SIGN10. “Sign Language Documentation”, taught by one of our faculty members Julie A. Hochgesang with support from Onno Crasborn, … Continue reading

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SHARE WIDELY: Job announcement – Nine-month Non-Tenured Track faculty, Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet University

Please share widely. Job announcement for nine-month non-tenured-track faculty in the Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet University Gallaudet University serves deaf and hard of hearing students from many different backgrounds. It is the university’s mission to have faculty that reflects … Continue reading

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SHARE WIDELY: Job announcement – Full-time Tenure-Track faculty, Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet University (UPDATED)

Please share widely. New job announcement for full-time tenure-track faculty in the Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet University Responsibilities: 1. Teach graduate courses in the MA and PhD programs in linguistics. 2. Teach undergraduate courses in the undergraduate minor in … Continue reading

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“The Dept of Linguistics: How We Got Here” – Brown Bag by Professor Emeritus Robert E Johnson 11/3, 12:30-1:30 @SLCC3233

what: Open House/Brown Bag Lunch Presentation by Bob Johnson topic:  “The Department of Linguistics: How we got here.” presenter: Robert E. Johnson, PhD when:Friday, November 3, 12:30 pm where: , LIN Open Area (SLCC 3233) Summary of presentation: Which people and principles … Continue reading

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“Do Sign Languages Have Accents?” Video collaboration between Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet and Mental Floss

Link to our video made in collaboration with Mental Floss on whether sign languages have accent (spoiler: of course!). Continue reading

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“The Dept of Linguistics: How We Got Here” – Brown Bag by Professor Emeritus Robert E Johnson 11/4, 12-1 @SAC1011

topic:  “The Department of Linguistics: How we got here.” presenter: Robert E. Johnson, PhD when: Friday, November 4th 2016, 12 to 1 pm where: SAC1011 Summary of presentation: Which people and principles drove the creation and growth of the department. Bio: Robert E. (Bob) Johnson, … 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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Reminder – Clifton Langdon’s dissertation Defense this Wed at 3 PM, LLHR6 Room 101

Clifton Langdon is defending his dissertation, entitled, “The Linguistic Structure and Neural Representation of Classifier Constructions: Through the Lens of Child Acquisition and Adult Usage,” Wednesday, December 11, at 3pm. The location is room 101 on the ground floor of … Continue reading

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