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the chicago linguistic society at The University of Chicago. The Chicago Linguistic Society is the oldest student-run linguistics organization in the United States. This academic year, CLS will host its 56th annual meeting. Our linguistics conference has been held every year since 1965. Conference Dates: April 30 (Thursday) - May 2 (Saturday), 2020.
The Chicago Linguistic Society is an organization run by graduate students in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Chicago. The Society's primary function is the planning and execution of its annual meeting, a conference on general linguistics that takes place each spring. The proceedings of this conference are published as the Proceedings of the Chicago Linguistic Society. 1 Publication for Chicago Linguistic Society: Proceedings from the Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Number 1, 2003 - Volume 52, Number 1, January 2018
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LSA Business Meeting and Induction of 2015 Class of Fellows. Room: Pavilion East Chair: Joan Maling (Brandeis University), President, Linguistic Society of America Time: 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Invited Plenary Address. com): Popularizing linguistic topics in mainstream media outlets Arika Okrent (Mental Floss/The Week): Linguistics through listicles Michael Erard (Independent Scholar): Igniting the Schwa Fire: A report Anne Curzan (University of Michigan): Discussant Question & Answer.
In CLS 36, Volume 1: The Main Session, John Boyle, Jung-Huyck Lee and Arika Okrent (ed. Chicago Linguistic Society: Chicago.
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In J. P. Boyle & A. Okrent (Ed., CLS 36: The 36th meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Meeting 10 Communicative competence Linguistic competence and performance; what is possible, feasible, appropriate, done; rules of speaking; norms of the periphery
In J. Reprinted in Paulston & Tucker, 251-271. Meeting 4 Ebonics, creoles and pidgins Origins and characteristics of Ebonics, pidgins and creoles. cases: Gullah (US) & Ebonics (US) video: The Story of English V: Black on White Siegel, J. (2010). Meeting 10 Communicative competence Linguistic competence and performance; what is possible, feasible, appropriate, done; rules of speaking; norms of the periphery. cases: English L2 (South Africa) & Spanish L2 (Peru) video (possibly): CrossTalk (inter-ethnic communication in Britain) Blommaert (2010), Chapter 3 (pp. 80-101 only).
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