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Joseph Hill National Technical Institute for the Deaf   The Past, Present, and Future of Black ASL   The historical and linguistic changes in Black ASL align with the U.S. educational, political, and cultural landscapes which are identified as the sociolinguistic and geographical factors in the formation of Black ASL. As the recognizable part of […]

Cynthia Lukyanenko Department of Linguistics George Mason University   English subject-verb agreement: variability, representation and processing in acquisition   How do children represent and process morphosyntactic dependencies, and what can this tell us about acquisition? In this talk, I discuss two projects exploring children’s representation and real-time comprehension of English subject-verb number agreement. One set […]

SCEW Seminar: Rafael Ventura

March 6, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Rafael Ventura SCEW Postdoctoral Fellow   Signaling Games   Lewis (1969) introduced signaling games to show how communication emerges when rational agents imbue simple actions with conventional meaning. Since then, signaling games have given rise to a rich field of study. In this talk, I first provide a brief introduction to signaling games. I then […]