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NELS 46 — Hosted by Concordia

Pre-registration is required but there is no fee for Concordia students!

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The 2nd Annual FaculTea

New and returning students are welcome!

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Attention New Students: Classics, Modern Languages, and LINGUISTICS Orientation!

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The Linguistics Tutor Bank

Do you need some extra help with your Linguistics studies? Hosted by the Linguistics Student Association, the Tutor Bank is a resource for any and all students taking a Linguistics class. In the Tutor Bank you will find a listing of contact information for your peers that have achieved an A(+) in the classes they offer tutoring for.

Find the tutor bank at http://linguistics.concordia.ca/lsa/peer-tutoring/ (or click the “Peer Tutoring” heading to the upper right).
There is a standard agreement of a rate of 20$/hour.

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Linguistics Colloquium: Todd Clary

Where/when: April 10 th,  4:15pm in H527

Abstract: Vedic √vŕ̥dh

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Linguistics Colloquium: Hannes A. Fellner The position of Tocharian in Indo-European: Evidence from nominal morphology

When: April 7th, 4:15pm, in H-527

 

Abstract:


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Linguistics Colloquium: Michela Ippolito “How similar is similar enough?”

Time: 4:15
Where: 4:15

Abstract:

In this talk I investigate the issue of the context-dependence of counterfactual conditionals and how the context constrains similarity in selecting the right set of worlds necessary in order to arrive at their correct truth-conditions. The present proposal is that similarity is constrained by what I call Consistency and Non-Triviality. Assuming a model of the discourse along the lines proposed by Roberts (1996) and Buring (2003), according to which conversational moves are answers to often implicit questions under discussion, the idea behind Non-Triviality is that a counterfactual statement answers a conditional question under discussion and, therefore, is required to make a non-trivial assertion. I show that nonaccidental generalizations which have often been taken to play an important role in the interpretation of counterfactuals, are crucial in selecting which conditional question is under discussion, and I propose a formal mechanism to identify the relevant question under discussion.

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