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It has been about a week since I returned from my trip to Europe, during which I presented my research at two linguistics conferences. I wanted to write a short recap about the second of these conferences, but I had … Continue reading
Critics have been saying… “… well planned, seamlessly executed…” “… what a successful conference… Congrats to the 2nd year cohort!” “Two thumbs up!” We got rave reviews for our conference! And our cohort, who went through one wild whirlwind of … Continue reading
In about twelve hours, the conference that my six cohort-mates and I have been planning for nearly twelve months is going to begin. Am I nervous? Hm, no, not quite. I’m not stressing out or worried, either. But I have … Continue reading
The Linguistic Society of America’s Annual Meeting was held in Portland this year. About three weeks ago, I took off on a road trip with a few fellow linguists to attend. “So you went to a linguistics… conference?” my other friends … Continue reading