Public lecture: Anne H. Charity Hudley, “A Model for Linguistic Reparations”, 2/11

On Friday February 11th at 3:30pm Anne H. Charity Hudley (Stanford University) will give a public lecture as part of the McGill Linguistics...
February 6, 2022

Movie screening, 3/11 — Tote/Abuelo (“Grandfather”)

SLUM along with Carol-Rose's "Languages of the World" course are screening Tote/Abuelo (or "Grandfather") on March 11th at 8pm, followed by a talk and Q&A...
March 8, 2021

Public lecture, 2/25 — Michel DeGraff at Concordia

Black History Month at Concordia, the Black Perspectives Office, and the Centre for Cognitive Science present a public lecture by Professor Michel DeGraff (MIT) #BlackLivesMatter → #OurLanguagesMatter Language rights are...
February 22, 2021

SLUM + LING 215 presents: Menashe — 2/11

SLUM, together with Carol-Rose Little’s LING 215 (Languages of the World) class will be showing their first movie, Menashe in Yiddish with subtitles...
February 8, 2021

Call for papers for “Move and Agree” workshop, cohosted by McGill and UBC

The call for papers is now out for the workshop Move and Agree: Forum on the Formal Typology of A'-Agreement, cohosted by McGill...
February 1, 2021

SLUM+LING 215 Linguistics movie nights

The SLUM, together with Carol-Rose Little's LING 215 (Languages of the World) class, are hosting three upcoming virtual movie nights, featuring movies in...
February 1, 2021

Linguistics ARIA recipients to present research projects – 1/26

On January 26th, undergraduate recipients of Arts Research Internship Awards (ARIA) will present the results of their summer linguistics research projects. Four linguistics...
January 18, 2021

AFLA 28 at McGill

McGill Linguistics will jointly host the 28th Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association meeting (AFLA 28) with National University of Singapore May 25th–28th 2021 (to be...
December 7, 2020

Colloquium, 10/16 — Peter Jenks

The next talk in our 2020-2021 McGill Linguistics Colloquium Series will be given by Peter Jenks (UC Berkeley) on Friday, October 16th at...
October 13, 2020

Congratulations Jeff Lamontagne!

Jeff Lamontagne successfully defended his thesis on Sept 25th. Jeff's thesis is entitled "Interaction in Phonological Variation: Grammatical Insights from a Corpus-based Approach" and...
September 28, 2020

Dissertation defence, 9/25 – Jeff Lamontagne

Jeff Lamontagne will be defending his PhD dissertation, "Interaction in Phonological Variation: Insights from a Corpus-based Approach" on Friday September 25th at 9:15am...
September 21, 2020

FestEval 2020

This year's annual FestEval took place via Zoom. Masashi Harada, Jacob Hoover, Will Johnston, Esmail Moghiseh, Matthieu Paillé, Justin Royer, and Michaela Socolof all...
September 21, 2020