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Linguistics Department Dissertation Defense – Carla Morris “Examining the Associations between Social Network Ties and Linguistic Production” 3/22/16 at 2 pm @HMB1001

Carla Morris’s dissertation defense will be on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, at 2 p.m. at HMB 1001. Everyone is invited to attend the public presentation during the first 40 minutes of the defense. Here is a summary of her dissertation. Examining … Continue reading

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March 7, 2014 Presentation at Georgetown – Lucas on Variation

Ceil Lucas, Gallaudet University: What Variation Tells Us about the Structure of Sign Languages Friday, March 7 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm  Poulton Hall, 230 1421 37th St., N.W., Washington The Georgetown University Sign Language Research Lab and the Department of Linguistics will jointly … Continue reading

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Data tapes of Sociolinguistic Variation in ASL and Black ASL now available to public

The data tapes from the 1994- 2001 Sociolinguistic Variation in ASL and the 2007- 2012 Black ASL are now available for viewing in the Gallaudet video library on-line. They are available at: http://videocatalog.gallaudet.edu/ On the right side, there are different categories: Alumni, … Continue reading

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4/29 Student presentations on language variation 12-1 PM

The students in LIN 860 Language Variation will present the findings of their project on Monday, April 29, 12- 1 pm, Linguistics open area- light refreshments will be served. Please bring your lunch and join us!

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