April 15, 2023 10:00 AM to 4:30 PMUptown Campus
The 6th Annual Tulane Conference on Linguistics (T-CoL) will take place from 10am - 4:30 pm on Saturday, April 15.
It will showcase research being done by graduate students and faculty across the university that intersects with language and linguistics. Presenters come from the Departments of Anthropology, Mathematics, Spanish and Portuguese, Psychology, and Linguistics. It is a free event that will give students a chance to learn more about linguistics at Tulane and the interdisciplinary nature of the field. There will be coffee and snacks provided.
The keynote speakers will be Dr. Nathalie Dajko (Tulane) and Dr. Katie Carmichael (Virginia Tech) who will be presenting their research on linguistic variation in post-Katrina New Orleans. Have you ever wondered about the different dialects of English that you hear in city? This presentation will cover the history of these English dialects and how they are changing due to factors like Katrina and gentrification in New Orleans.
Please register here. It is free and open to any language lover!