Planned LOC Talks

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The schedule of LOC talks for the Spring 2022 semester is posted below. Check back for additional information about talk titles and locations. 

The LOC talk on 2/24 will be online (live only) via Zoom; please click on the link to register. After you register, you will be sent an email with a link to the Zoom talk and a link to download the talk questionnaire. Both of these are necessary for fulfilling the requirement, so please check your email! Your name.#@osu.edu email is necessary for registering for and accessing the Zoom talk. (NOTE: It will not work if you include "buckeyemail" in your email address.) If you click on a link and you are told that you do not have permission to access something, go to http://zoom.osu.edu/, which should take you to an OSU login page. Log in there, and then come back to this page and try clicking on the link again.  If you are logging in through the desktop Zoom app (“Zoom Cloud Meetings”) or get to a Zoom sign-in page in a web browser, at the “Sign In” menu, you must click on “Sign in with SSO”; do not try to sign in via your email here. On the "Sign In with SSO" page in the app, enter “osu” as the company domain, and it will take you to the OSU authentication webpage.

Talks in the first half of the semester

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Monday, February 14, 1:30 pm

Campbell Hall 309

Kevin Lilley:

"Social evaluation of device voices"

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Thursday, February 24, 5:30 pm

Online via Zoom: Click on this link to register.

Taylor Mahler:

"Social identity influences interpretation"

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Tuesday, March 1, 5:30 pm

Jennings Hall 060

Daniel Puthawala

"Language and linguistic theory: The tricky part of explaining 'observable' reality"

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Talks in the second half of the semester

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Monday, April 11, 3:30 pm

Mendenhall Lab 115

Yu Jin Song

"Children’s use of rising intonation in narratives"

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Thursday, April 21, 12:30 pm

Baker Systems Engineering 188

Cynthia Clopper:

"Speeded classification of regional dialects"

 

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