The OSU Department of Linguistics has a long tradition of engaging in the international research community by supporting and hosting conferences, workshops, and symposia. The following are a selection of recent activities we have undertaken:
- NWAV 35 (New Ways of Analyzing Variation), 2006
- 27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 2014
- The 6th Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics, 2015
- Workshop on Innovations in Cantonese Linguistics
- Workshop on Presupposition Accommodation, 2006
- Information-theoretic Approaches to Linguistics- LSA 2011
- Evidentials Fest 2011
- TOBI Clinic
- The 13th Annual Mid-Continental Workshop on Phonology (MCWOP 13), 2007
- Perceptual Adaptation
This workshop aims to bring together researchers from diverse perspectives---including phonetics, (laboratory) phonology, psycholinguistics, speech science, brain and cognitive science, computational linguistics, and sociolinguistics---to pursue a holistic understanding of speaker adaptation.
- Annual Spring Symposium
- Language Variation Across the Lifespan, 2008
- Multiple Perspectives on the Critical Period for Language, 2009
- Interdisciplinary Approaches to Sociolinguistic Meaning, 2010
- Sound-Size Collective
Hosted the 2012 Targeted Investment in Excellence Spring Symposium on "Methods for parsing sound size effects".
- Locating Language: A Symposium on the Linguistics of Place, 2013
- Annual Martin Luther King Symposia
- Ilse Lehiste Memorial Symposium: Melody and Meter
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