Indiana University Department of Linguistics
The Linguistics Calendar is published by
the Linguistics Department to keep you informed of announcements of
To have an event posted in the Linguistics Calendar, email yourinformation to email@example.com by Wednesday of the week before your event.
Colloquia and Talks
Location: Memorial Hall (MM) 317
Contact: Ken de Jong
The Graduate Student Professionalization Workshops are given by the Linguistics Department faculty as a chance to introduce graduate students to various aspects of the linguistics discipline and to what we do professionally. The topics cover a range of different aspects of our experience as scholarly faculty. We trust that these workshops will be of great value to you, so we heartily encourage you all to participate. The location for the workshops may be moved later in the semester, so please check the Linguistics Calendar for updates.
The Department of Second Language Studies presents this colloquium series, which explores a wide range of topics related to second language acquisition.
The department is currently seeking speakers for the fall colloquim series. If you would like to present research related to second language studies at a colloquium, please contact Isabelle Darcy at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on SLS colloquia, please visit http://www.iub.edu/~psyling/SLSColloquium/Fall2013.html.
Conferences and Calls for Papers
Many conferences of interest to IU linguists can be found on the Linguist List Calls and Conferences page.
Spring Semester Reading Groups
PHLEGME is an acronym for PHonetics Literature Enjoyment Group MEeting. As the name implies, this reading group gathers to discuss phonetics papers together in a casual setting. Anyone wanting to participate or find more information can contact Jeffrey Holliday (email@example.com) to be added to the email list and Oncourse page.
CLingDing is a weekly computational linguistics discussion group, where students and faculty share in-progress research. CL students are strongly encouraged to attend.