The Institute for the Empirical Study of Language at Ohio University
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
IESL Talk this Friday, March 17, 2017, 10-11 am, Alden 301f Dr. Jing Yang
University of Central Arkansas Perception of Degraded Speech by L2 Listeners Hope to see you there!
Monday, February 6, 2017
IESL Talk this Friday, February 10, 2017, 1-2 pm, Alden 301f Dr. Terrell Morgan & Dr. Scott Schwenter Department of Spanish and Portuguese The Ohio State University The Abiding Myth of Singular/Plural Symmetry in Ibero-Romance Address Forms Hope to see you there!
Please mark your calendars. The IESL will have three meetings this spring: Friday, February 6 Friday, March 13 Friday, April 10 ~ Research talk: Dr. Xie, "Mandarin yao as a restricted epistemic modal for degree comparison" All meetings are at 2.00 pm in Faculty Commons 301f, Alden Library, 3rd floor. Hope to see you there! Agenda 6 Feb 2015 Agenda 13 Mar 2015 Agenda 10 Apr 2015
Please mark your calendars. The IESL will have three meetings this fall: Friday, September 19 Friday, October 17 Friday, November 14 All meetings are at 2.00 pm in Faculty Commons 301f, Alden Library, 3rd floor. Hope to see you there! Agenda 19 Sep 2014
This past Friday we had our fall semester social gathering to kick off the 2014-2015 academic year. In attendance were from left to right, student members, Anita Belfiore, and Ariadna Sánchez-Hernández; IESL Director, Emilia Alonso-Marks; and permanent members, Danny Moates, Chao-Yang Lee, and Li Xu (Associate Director for Research).
Please mark your calendars for two wonderful upcoming events: Wednesday, March 19, 1-2 pm, Gordy 205 Our
student member, Ariadna Sánchez-Hernández, will give a colloquium for
the Department of Linguistics. The title of her talk is: Pragmatic
Routines during Study Abroad Programs: the Impact of Acculturation and
Intensity of Interaction. Monday, April 14, 1.30-2.30, Faculty Commons 301F Mary
E. Beaton and Hannah Washington, Ph.D. candidates from the Department
of Spanish and Portuguese at The Ohio State University, will give a
colloquium for our Institute. The title of their talk is: The (De)meaning of Place Names: A Pragmatic and Sociolinguistic Analysis of Favelado 'Ghetto.' Hope you can join us!
Greetings! We had a productive first meeting of the semester! I am grateful to all the members and student members who were able to attend the meeting. Please find a copy of the minutes under the tab labeled "Minutes." Thank you also for sending your brief bios to Juan. If you have not had a chance to send in yours, please do at your earliest convenient time. Juan's email address is: email@example.com Our next meeting is scheduled for Friday, February 21, 10 am, Faculty Commons 301F. I look forward to seeing you there!