Congratulations to all our students who were recognized with undergraduate awards today from the BU Center for the Humanities! Nicole […]
Congratulations to Prof. Charles Chang on receiving an Undergraduate Research Assistance Grant from BU’s Center for Innovation in Social Science […]
Congratulations to Linguistics major Abby Roberts (CAS ’23) and Linguistics & Computer Science major Evan Powell (CAS ’24) on each […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a talk at the University of California, Santa Cruz, on May 9 in the […]
PhD students Ying Gong and Andre Batchelder-Schwab have received a Small Grant award from the East and Inner Asia Council […]
Congratulations to PhD student Felix Kpogo on receiving a short-term Graduate Research Abroad Fellowship (GRAF) from the Graduate School of […]
Prof. Charles Chang is in Barcelona this week to present a talk (co-authored with Prof. Yao Yao, Hong Kong Polytechnic […]
Congratulations to our own Timothy Obiso (CAS ’22), a graduating Linguistics major, who will be entering the Computational Linguistics master‘s program […]
On April 13 at 4pm in GSU (George Sherman Union), Room 228, Prof. Laura McPherson (Dartmouth) and Mamadou Diabaté will […]
PhD student Okrah Oppong will be giving a talk entitled “Throwing more light: The components of the relative clause in […]
Congratulations to Linguistics major Leela Munsiff (CAS ’23) on receiving a Boston University UROP award for research in Summer 2022! […]
Congratulations to the team of BUCLD faculty advisors (Profs. Charles B. Chang, Paul Hagstrom, and Amy Lieberman), who just received […]
PhD student Danielle Dionne will be presenting a poster (co-authored with Prof. Charles Chang) entitled “Sociophonetic variation among Asian Americans: […]
Congratulations to Prof. Elizabeth Coppock on the publication of her article “Part-introducing ‘percent’ in English” in Glossa! Well-done! Abstract: Two […]
PhD student Kevin Samejon will be busy in May presenting his research at two conferences: a poster entitled “Stress-conditioned vowel […]
Congratulations to Prof. Danny Erker on the publication of his chapter “How social salience can illuminate the outcomes of linguistic […]
We are hiring a Visiting Assistant Professor in phonetics and/or phonology for next year (2022-23)! The full ad and application […]
Our own Prof. Danny Erker is one of the plenary speakers at this year’s online Georgetown University Round Table (GURT […]
On Friday, Mar. 11, our own Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a colloquium at Stony Brook University’s Department of Linguistics! […]
Congratulations to our own Prof. Sasha Nikolaev, whose article “Iranian *zganda– ‘mounted messenger’, *zgad– ‘to ride’ and Greek σφαδᾴζω*” was […]
Congratulations to our own Prof. Jon Barnes on the publication of his edited volume with Dr. Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Prosodic Theory […]
Congratulations to PhD student Megan Brown, who was just awarded a Language Learning Dissertation Grant for her doctoral work! Well-done, Megan!
Our own Prof. Charles Chang will be giving a colloquium at NYU’s Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders next month […]
Check out our own Prof. Charles Chang in the LSA’s February 2022 Member Spotlight!
Congratulations to senior Linguistics major Kate Fraser (CAS ’22), whose work on the PAMLab’s Asian Americans in Boston project was […]
Prof. Elizabeth Coppock was recently a guest on the David Pakman Show, discussing how “‘textualist’ interpretations of law are sometimes […]
Announcing our Spring 2022 colloquium line-up: Thursday, Feb. 3: Nelson Flores (U. Pennsylvania)Monday, Feb. 28: Tracy Conner (Northwestern U.)Monday, Mar. […]
On Thursday, Jan. 20, Prof. Emerita Jean Berko Gleason is participating in “(Improbable) Conversation: Physics and Psychology of Cats”! The […]
The department was well-represented at this weekend’s 96th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2022)! PhD student […]
This week, Prof. Charles Chang is giving a virtual colloquium entitled “A multifactorial approach to analyzing individual differences among heritage […]
Prof. Charles Chang is one of the invited speakers at the next Manchester Phonology Meeting (29mfm), to take place virtually in late May […]
Congratulations to alum Dominique Lopiccolo and Prof. Charles Chang, whose paper “Cultural factors weaken but do not reverse left-to-right spatial […]
Prof. Charles Chang will be the discussant in the Language acquisition and attrition session at the 18th Conference on Laboratory […]
Prof. Emerita Jean Berko Gleason will be speaking tomorrow, Dec. 7 at 7am Boston time (8pm Beijing time) at a […]
BU linguists are scheduled to give several conference presentations at the upcoming Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 6 (LDLT6), the […]
On Dec. 13 (7-8:30 PM, Boston time), BU Linguistics will host a virtual Graduate Admissions Information Session! Learn about our […]
Congratulations to the team of BUCLD faculty advisors (Profs. Charles B. Chang, Paul Hagstrom, and Amy Lieberman), who just received […]
Congratulations to the BUCLD 46 Organizing Committee for putting on another successful conference! A huge undertaking and a job well-done! […]
Congratulations to Prof. Kate Lindsey, who was awarded a Junior Faculty Fellowship by the BU Center for the Humanities to […]
BU Linguistics and affiliates will be well-represented at this weekend’s BUCLD 46 by: MA student Neshat Darvishi and affiliated faculty […]
Congratulations to Prof. Charles Chang on the publication of his article (with Prof. Sunyoung Ahn) entitled “Emotion word development in […]
Congratulations to Felix Kpogo on the publication of his article (with Virginia Mueller Gathercole and Jonathan Tetteh) entitled “Acquisition of […]
Congratulations to Prof. Charles Chang on receiving the Early Career Award from the Linguistic Society of America (LSA)! The LSA’s […]
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 […]