Linguistics Open House
Celebrating Language Learning and Research
- G17 (Robert Henderson Language Media Center) Cathedral of Learning
- October 16 (Mon) 3-5pm
- Welcome by Shelome Gooden (chair) at 3:30pm
The Department of Linguistics has been engaged in promoting language learning and language research since 1964. Join us now to celebrate the grand re-opening of our newly refurbished Robert Henderson Language Media Center and the Department of Linguistics Research Lab. The LMC’s PC and MAC labs support the more than 36 languages taught at Pitt—come and explore our technology and learn more about how the labs can help your students learn languages. Meet student researchers in the Linguistics Department who are conducting research on language variation, language learning, and bilingualism, and see presentations on how they are using eye tracking and other experimental methods to study language comprehension and production.
Part of International Education Week at Pitt. Light refreshments served.
- Pitt linguists in the media, what we do
- Language teaching and research at the RHLMC
- The Eye-Tracking Lab
- LCTL (Less Commonly Taught Languages Center) showcase
- Linguistic Internship: connecting linguistics to the community and industry
- PyLing: Pitt Python Linguistics Group
- Scott Kiesling: poster title
- Farrah Neumann and Melinda Fricke: Perception research using phonetic and phonological cross-modal priming in the linguistics lab and abroad in a Spanish immersion setting
- Matt Kanwit, Silvia Pisabarro-Sarrio and Virgina Teran: Intensifier variation: a comparison of bien and muy in Tarragona, Spain and Tucumán, Argentina
- Virgina Teran and Marta Ortega-Llebaria: Documenting Tucumán Spanish: native patterns versus language contact prosodies
- Lauren Collister: Altmetrics and the scholarly legacy
- Holman Tse: Phonetic vs. phonological considerations in inter-generational vowel change in Toronto heritage Cantonese
- Matthew Hadodo: Large difference/little difference: Istanbul Greek [ɫ], identity and language ideologies
- Li-Fang Lai: Sociophonetic variation in the voiced alveolar lateral fricative in Yami
Questions? Comments? Please email Na-Rae Han (firstname.lastname@example.org).