Circle and Graduate Proseminar
Linguistics Circle (LingCircle) is a weekly to biweekly colloquium and workshop series sponsored by the CU Linguistics Department. LingCircle events are open to everyone and no registration is required. Refreshments are served. In Spring 2014, LingCircle talks will alternate with proseminar talks, the latter of which will be held on Wednesdays. Proseminar talks are designed to enhance the professional development of Linguistics doctoral students. All first-year PhD students are required to attend. Other PhD students are strongly encouraged to attend, as are MA students.
All events are held on Mondays or Wednesdays, from 4:00-5:30, in UCLUB 4, unless otherwise noted.
2013 Fall Schedule
Monday, September 23
Independent Lexicographer and CU Department of Linguistics
Clichés Considered Computationally
Thursday, October 10, 11-12:15
University of Florida
External Influences on English Morphology and Syntax
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Wednesday, October 23
Recruiting Event: English Language Fellow and English Language Specialist programs, Georgetown University and US Department of State
Office of English Language Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, US Department of State
Monday, November 11
Amy H. Liu
CU Department of Political Science and Center for Asian Studies
The Politics of Gendered Languages: Third-Person Pronouns and Women's Rights
Wednesday, November 13
Career Advising Session
Monday, November 18
Verónica Muñoz Ledo
Linguistic doctoral candidate, UC Santa Barbara
Problems of Categorization: The 'Middle Voice' in SLP Huasteco