Kate Fraser, Leela Munsiff (not pictured), and J. Cooper Roberts delivered successful presentations at this year’s UROP Undergraduate Research Symposium! […]
Congratulations to BU alum Miriam Yifrach (BA/MA 2020) and Prof. Elizabeth Coppock on the publication of their article “Defining definiteness […]
Congratulations to MA student Neshat Darvishi on receiving the Paula Menyuk Award for her submission to BUCLD 46! The title […]
On Friday, Oct. 15, Prof. Kate Lindsey is delivering a colloquium in the Department of Linguistics at the University of […]
Congratulations to Ryan Chon (CAS/GRS ’23), Samantha Rigor (CAS ’24), and Anastasiia Tatlubaeva (CAS ’22) on receiving UROP (Undergraduate Research […]
BU is co-hosting (with MIT and the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland) the first Virtual Workshop on L3 Development After […]
Megan M. Brown is giving an invited presentation at next month’s EPICamp (“Mobility, Migration, Multilingualism: Shaping European Identities and Languages in […]
We’re delighted to announce our Fall 2021 colloquium line-up! In chronological order: Sep. 26: Sarah F. Phillips (New York U.)Oct. […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a plenary talk at the 50th Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM2020/2021) this weekend. The title […]
Congratulations to the following BU linguists who will be presenting at the upcoming 96th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society […]
Congratulations to volume editors Danielle Dionne and Lee-Ann Vidal Covas on the publication of the Proceedings of the 45th Annual […]
Congratulations to alum Dominique Lopiccolo (MA 2019) and Prof. Charles Chang on their acceptance to the upcoming 62nd Annual Meeting […]
PhD student Megan M. Brown will be giving a lightning talk about her research as a 2021 Pardee Graduate Summer […]
Congratulations to Prof. Elizabeth Coppock on the publication of “Ignorance implicatures of modified numerals” (with Alexandre Cremers, Jakub Dotlačil, and […]
Welcome to our new MA, PhD, and Graduate Certificate students starting this semester! Alaina Small (MA)Ahmad Hamssa (MA)Amelia Tighe (MA)Berenger […]
Prof. Elizabeth Coppock is giving a talk with Dr. Helena Aparicio today at a workshop entitled “Computational and Experimental Explanations […]
BU Linguistics will be well-represented at the upcoming 49th meeting of New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV49): PhD student Danielle Dionne and […]
Danielle Dionne and Prof. Elizabeth Coppock’s paper “Tattoos as a window onto cross-linguistic differences in scalar implicature” has been published […]
Congratulations to alum Frania Navarro (BA 2018, French & Linguistics) on her acceptance to the Applied Linguistics MSc program at […]
On Aug. 4, Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a talk in the Abralin ao Vivo series entitled “Phonetic drift […]
Welcome to Dr. Myriam Dali! Dr. Dali is joining the department this semester as a Visiting Assistant Professor. She received […]
Congratulations to Prof. Charles Chang on the publication of his chapter “Phonetics and phonology” in The Cambridge Handbook of Heritage Languages […]
A team of BU students, alums, and faculty from LiSLab (Marina Weinstein, Danielle Dionne, Nathaniel Graham, Dylan Pato, & Prof. […]
Congratulations to Prof. Kate Lindsey on the publication of her article “Ende oration and final /n/-realisation” in Asia-Pacific Language Variation! […]
Congratulations to Prof. Alexander Nikolaev on the publication of his article “YAv. Spitiiura- and the Compositional Form of PIE *u̯r̥h1-en- […]
On Jun. 4, Prof. Emerita Jean Berko Gleason will give the 2021 Babel Lecture (organized by Babel: The Language Magazine […]
Prof. Charles Chang is talking at the May 26 meeting of KoHL/콜 (Korean Heritage Language Research Group), hosted by the […]
On May 15, the department graduated 23 BAs, 8 Graduate Certificate recipients, and 23 MAs at the 2021 department convocation […]
Missed any of our colloquia this year? You can watch most of them on our YouTube channel! http://youtube.com/BULinguistics Kathryn Franich, […]
Prof. Elizabeth Coppock is on two oral presentations at SALT 31 this weekend! Friday, May 7, 4:25-5:05: “Granularity in the […]
Congratulations to PhD student Megan Brown on being named a 2021 Graduate Summer Fellow by the Pardee School of Global […]
The book Phonetic fieldwork in Southern New Guinea, co-edited by Prof. Kate Lindsey and Dr. Dineke Schokkin, has just been […]
We are thrilled to share the news that soon-to-be Dr. Najoung Kim (currently finishing up her PhD in Cognitive Science […]
Congratulations to the following students on their BU Center for the Humanities Undergraduate Student Awards! We’re so proud! Edwin S. […]
Congratulations to Linguistics majors Kate Fraser (CAS ’22), Leela Munsiff (CAS ’23), and James Roberts (CAS ’22) on receiving Boston […]
Congratulations to Linguistics major Kendall Lowe on being accepted into the Michigan Humanities Emerging Research Scholars Program (MICHHERS) at the […]
On Apr. 10, PhD student Andre Batchelder-Schwab will be giving a talk at the upcoming virtual Annual Conference on African […]
Congratulations to Prof. Kate Lindsey on the publication of her chapter “‘Now the story’s turning around’: Associated motion and directionality […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be speaking at Western University on Mar. 31 about joint work with Prof. Yao Yao (The […]
Prof. Elizabeth Coppock’s paper “Nielsen v. Preap / 5th grade grammar v. linguistics / Mass imprisonment v. human rights” is […]
Prof. Kate Lindsey is a keynote speaker at the UNC Linguistics Spring Colloquium (free and open to the public) on […]
On Friday (Mar. 19), Prof. Neil Myler will be speaking at the Princeton Symposium on Syntactic Theory (PSST2021), organized by […]
Congratulations to Prof. Danny Erker and alum Madeline Reffel (BA ’17, MA ’19) on the publication of their chapter “Describing […]
Congratulations to Prof. Neil Myler, whose paper with Dr. Zoliswa Mali (African Studies Center) on isiXhosa causatives was just published […]
On Thursday, Mar. 4, Prof. Danny Erker is delivering a colloquium in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the […]
Professor Emerita Jean Berko Gleason recently appeared in Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ Colloquy magazine, in the article […]
The 46th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 46) will be held virtually on November 4-7, 2021. Invited speakers […]
Congratulations to Prof. Jon Barnes on two book chapters appearing in the new Oxford Handbook of Language Prosody: Chapter 3: […]
Congratulations to Prof. Jon Barnes on the publication of his article “On (and off) ramps in intonational phonology: Rises, falls, […]
On Jan. 28, Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a talk in the Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics (GULP), entitled […]
We’re thrilled to announce our Spring 2021 colloquium line-up! In chronological order: Feb. 26: Megan Figueroa (U. of Arizona)Mar. 19: […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be delivering a colloquium at UBC Linguistics this Friday, Jan. 15, entitled “Phonological learning in multilingual […]
We are delighted to be co-hosting a new Virtual Workshop on L3 Development After the Initial State (L3-AIS) later this […]
Application Deadline: 07-Feb-2021 Application Portal: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/17832 Boston University (BU) invites applications for a one-semester position as a Visiting Assistant Professor […]
BU Linguistics students, faculty, and alums are all over the 2021 LSA Meeting schedule: Ying Gong & Elizabeth Coppock, “Mandarin […]
Current and former Linguistics students Michael Fang and Heather Johnson will present their Boston University UROP research at the Acoustical […]
Prof. Neil Myler will be a panelist at the upcoming virtual “Syntactic Approaches to Morphology” workshop (organized by Chris Collins […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a virtual colloquium at the University of Southampton this Wednesday (Nov. 25) in the […]
Congratulations to our own Prof. Kate Lindsey on being selected as the inaugural Virginia Wetherill Career Development Professor in the […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming online meeting of NUPFFALE (Núcleo de Pesquisa em Fonética […]