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Wed Feb 15 2012

Confs: Anthroling, Socioling/USA

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        1.     Pauline Jacobson , 3d Brown Language and Linguistics Minicourse Series


Message 1: 3d Brown Language and Linguistics Minicourse Series
Date: 15-Feb-2012
From: Pauline Jacobson <paulne_jacobsonbrown.edu>
Subject: 3d Brown Language and Linguistics Minicourse Series
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3d Brown Language and Linguistics Minicourse Series

Date: 21-May-2012 - 25-May-2012
Location: Providence, RI, USA
Contact: Pauline Jacobson
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.brown.edu/Departments/CLPS/events/ling-minicourse

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

A Two Course Minicourse Series:

-Anthony Woodbury, University of Texas at Austin: Dying Languages: What World Linguistic Diversity Means for Us
-Elissa Newport and Ted Supalla, University of Rochester: Language Structure, Learning, and Change:
Research on Signed and Spoken Languages

Each course is two hours, Monday-Friday. The event is free and open to the public.


Monday through Friday, 10-12 pm.
Anthony Woodbury, University of Texas at Austin.
Dying Languages: What World Linguistic Diversity Means for Us

Monday through Friday, 2-4 pm
Elissa Newport and Ted Supalla, University of Rochester
Language Structure, Learning, and Change: Research on Signed and Spoken Languages



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