Linguistics to co-host 13th Workshop of the Association for Written Language and LiteracyOctober 15, 2021 |
PhD Students Receive ARPA Graduate Degree Completion GrantsSeptember 22, 2021 |
Our legacy PhD students Amy Reynolds and Jennifer Boehm both received ARPA graduate degree completion grants to complete their dissertations…
David Mora-Marín promoted to Full ProfessorJuly 22, 2021 |
The department congratulates David Mora-Marín, who has been promoted to the rank of Professor. Cheers, David!
Katya Pertsova at FASL 30May 18, 2021 |
Katya Pertsova presented this past weekend at the 30th annual meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL), hosted virtually at MIT …
New book by Ph.D alumna Yu LiMay 12, 2021 |
Our 2007 Ph.D alumna Yu Li, currently an assistant professor at Loyola Marymount University, recently published a book, The Chinese Writing System in Asia: An Interdisciplinary Perspective …
UNC linguists at CLS 57May 6, 2021 |
A couple of UNC linguistics students and alumni are presenting this week at the 57th annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. They are presenting the following …
UNC linguists at WCCFL 39April 12, 2021 |
Several UNC linguistics students, faculty, and alumni presented this weekend at the 39th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, hosted virtually by the University of Arizona. They presented …
Yiwen Peng’s successful MA thesis defenseApril 9, 2021 |
Yiwen Peng has successfully defended his MA thesis, “The constituency and syntactic projections of classifiers in Mandarin Chinese.” His committee includes Brian Hsu (chair), Misha Becker, and Michael Terry. Congratulations, Yiwen!
Jennifer Smith in Linguistic InquiryMarch 29, 2021 |
An article by Jennifer Smith, “Some Formal Implications of Deletion Saltation,” has been accepted for publication in Linguistic Inquiry. Both the “just accepted” version and its eventual published version are available …
Meg Fletcher to Ph.D program at University of GeorgiaMarch 25, 2021 |
Recent MA graduate (2020) Meg Fletcher has has been admitted to the linguistics Ph.D program at the University of Georgia, where she will begin this fall. Congratulations, Meg!