During this semester we meet every Monday afternoon 1:00-2:30 PM, in Baldy 617. Please drop in!
1/27 Stephanie Richter & Rui Chaves Fun with Islands!
2/3 Erika Bellingham Building event category representations with BERT
2/10 Ali Lawson Don’t Give Up: Or, why failing is an important part of science
2/17 Lawson, Grosso, Richter, Beck organized chaos with mini-talks by several people
2/24 Liz Soper Semantic Relations in Vector Space
3/2 Abstract Fest! We go through a bunch of very current abstracts
3/9 Ono-Knight, Richter, Hayden Beneficial Discussion of various ideas concerning semantics, relative clauses, and pidgins
3/16 No Meeting Spring Break
3/23 Tamara Grosso, Magalí López Cortez Two separate presentations!
TG: Cognitive status and referring forms across genres in American Sign Language discourse
MLC: A look at the meanings of (Spanish) degree adverbs through their collocational patterns
3/30 Adrian Riccelli How do adult Spanish heritage speakers deal with subject placement in unaccusative sentences?
4/6 Tamika Ono-Knight Examining theories of lexical access as they pertain to Chinese/Japanese
4/13 Hanno T. Beck Intervention Effects in the Tough-Construction
4/20 Stephanie Richter Fun with Relative Clauses
4/27 Erin Pacquetet Experimenting with Typing Bursts
5/4 Adrian R. Riccelli Nominative Anaphora Resolution in Cabo Verdean Creole
5/11 J.P. Koenig & Seung Jin Hong Some More on Scales