Calendar

Public Lecture: "The role of perception in the ‘creation’ of dialect areas"

Seminar Series: "Proximity, boundaries, and cultural prominence: The perception of dialects in Great Britain"

Public Lecture: "The Basque Language and People – intriguing origins, complex context"

Public Lecture: "The Roma in Their European Context"

Public Lecture: "Celtic Languages in Historical and Contemporary Perspective"

Seminar Series: "The Morphotactics of Basque Finite Verbs"

Seminar Series: "Topics in the Structure of Modern Romani"

Seminar Series: "Language Contact and the Structure of Welsh and Breton"

Seminar Series: "Sociolinguistics of Language and Identity in 'Language Islands' "

Public Lecture: "German Migration to the East in 18th/19th-Century Europe"

Year of Europe Kickoff

Investigation of Historical Japanese Book Binding and Paper from the Edo Period (1603-1867)

"It’s not just a drawl, y’all: Fact vs. fiction in Kentucky speech" (student documentary film on Kentucky English)

International Studies Day

KFLC: The Languages, Literature and Cultures Conference

Seminar Series: Undergraduate Research Presentation

Seminar Series: Absolutive Fabulous: Surprisingly Sensitive Sanskrit Suffixes

***EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER***6th Annual Appalachian Research Community Symposium and Arts Showcase

Public Lecture: "From Arab nationalism to New Media"

Public Lecture: "Hittites, Greeks, and Others: Interaction between Ancient Anatolia, Greece, and the Levant"

Seminar Series: "Speak-English-Only Rules in the Workplace: Language Ideologies, Research, and Lived Experience"

Seminar Series: "Hittite 'Hyperbaton': the Syntax-Phonology Interface"

Seminar Series: "Ancient vestiges or recent innovations: evidence from click words with a shared occurrence in Khoesan and Bantu languages of southern Africa"

Seminar Series: "Variation in young women's perceptions of dialect differences in the Arab World"

Tikal: Paleoecology of an Ancient Maya City

Mayan Hip Hop Concert: Tz'utu Baktun Kan

Kasimir & Karoline: A Staged Reading

Music of the Koto: Japan's National Instrument

Joe Eska- In Early Celtic and Related Matters

Linguistics Seminar: "Embodiment and Competition: Two Factors in the Organization of Languages"

Public Lecture: "Sign Languages of Israel"

Linguistics Seminar: "On the architecture of the left periphery in early Celtic and related matters"

The Odyssey -- A Performance by Joe Goodkin

"Perverse Subjects: Becoming Bodies of Literature in the Library"

Long Time Ago... A Performance by Crit Callebs Eastern Band Cherokee Storyteller

VIII International Conference on Micro-Fiction

Compressed Course: "An Introduction to Text Mining and Textual Data Analysis for the Humanities and Social Sciences"

Public Lecture: "Terrorist Spotting for Beginners: Mass surveillance through language"

Linguistics Seminar: "On the Prescriptivity of Imperatives"

Linguistics Seminar: "Data-Driven Compound Analysis"

2nd Annual Graduate Conference in Linguistics

"The Embarrassment of Being a Subject: From St. Paul to Internet Porn" With Jennifer Fleissner

Student Research Showcase: Morphology, Phonology, or Both? The Reconstruction of the PIE Accent / Ablaut System

Navigating the Left Turn: Sexual Politics and the Citizen Revolution in Ecuador

Vowels vs. Vader: Exploring the Light & Dark Sides of Indo-European

National Conference on Undergraduate Research

What are they? Some Hidden Forms of the Copula in Old Irish

Word Games with Friends Night- Sigma Tau Delta

The Power of Babel: and Why We Can't Fight it in Our Own Language

Workshop on Creole Complexity

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Something Old, Something New: Disability, Gender, Blackness and Performance in African Diaspora and African-American Studies

The Body in Pain, Performance in African Diaspora and Caribbean Studies

Analysis and PDE Seminar

The Tension Between Western and Indigenous Knowledges in Intercultural Bilingual Education in Ecuador

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Analysis and PDE Seminar

Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism

5th Biennial Herbert Marcuse Society Conference

I Live I See: The Poetry of Vsevolod Nekrasov

Something old and something new: Dialect trends for English in Appalachia

Appalachians Strike Back: Eastern Kentuckians perceptions of dialect variation in Kentucky

Break dancing with the dead: Popular music and the role of ancestors in Maya language revitalization

Languages, Dialects, or Repertoires? Approaches to ethnic language with a focus on Jewish English

Translated Justice? Ixhil Maya Participation in the Trial of Ríos Montt for Genocide in Guatemala

Truth conditional pragmatics and semantic presupposition

From place names to the naming of places (people & things) in Chickasaw language revitalization

Hearing Appalachian Voices

Poetry Reading in the Open Air

English Pre-Registration Open House

The Best of Both Worlds: Blended Learning in the Language Classroom”

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS--movie and costume contest

Translating Ching Chong: Anti-Racist Strategies of Language

Student Research Showcase

Differentiated object marking in North Russian, Uzbek and Spanish

Conflicting Realms of Russia: "Putin was Sent to Russia by God" vs. P****-Riot

English in Russian Academe

English in Russia: From a Language of Elite to a Language of the Masses

Epistemic and circumstantial modality in two Central Salish languages

The Sonority Hierarchy & the Importance of Morphology in the Syllabification of Indo-European

"Does English Have Resumptive Pronouns?"

Language Contact in the Guaranitic Area - Honors Thesis Presentation

UK Linguistics Club Event - Tolkien's Imaginary Languages

English Department faculty meeting

English Department Awards Day

Linguistics Program Seminar Series: The Linguistics of Rusyn: Phonological and Morphological Systems, Language Contact

Stefan Pugh, Lecture, "The Rusyns and their language: East Slavs in search of identity"

Daniel Prior, Lecture ”How a Horse Theft Becomes a Praise Poem"

Daniel Prior, Lecture “Riding through a Kirghiz Epic Poem”

"The Peopling of the Americas and the Dene-Yeniseian Connection"

“b-Mail: Everyday Communication on Birch bark in Medieval Russia”

Year of Russia's Realms Animated Film Festival

Fall Linguistics Reception

“Human Trafficking in Eurasia”

Year of Russia's Realms Animated Film Festival

How to Apply to Graduate School in Linguistics

Pre-Registration Open House hosted by English Department

Graduate application information session

Linguistics Program Seminar Series: The Ket language of Siberia

Linguistics Program Seminar Series: The Linguistic Organization of Historical Memory: Ixhil Maya Reburial Ceremonies in the Post-war Period

Linguistics Program Seminar Series – "Recovering Written and Unwritten Messages: The Pragmatics of (Im)politeness in Medieval Russian Birchbark Letters"

Linguistics Program Seminar Series: "Contact-Induced Drift: Ergative Splits and Parallel Development in Lowland Mayan Languages"

English Dept fall picnic

English Department Fall Retreat

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference

Southeastern Conference on Linguistics

What are principal parts, and what can they tell us about an inflectional system's morphological complexity?

Kathleen Fitzpatrick

Defaults in Morphological Theory Series

Linguistics Program Student Presentations

Linguistics Program Faculty Speaker Series featuring Angela Ralli

Linguistics Program Faculty Speaker Series featuring Daniel Kaufman

Linguistics Program Faculty Speaker Series featuring Rafael Finkel & Greg Stump

Education Abroad Open House

MALLT Deadline for Applications

GWS Queens Lecture Series: Rusty Barrett, "Sickening Queens: Ethnic and Class Difference in Drag"

Linguistics Program Faculty Speaker Series featuring Stayc DuBravac

UK Linguistics Club Meeting

Party in honor of Nikky Finney

Linguistics Program Faculty Speaker Series: Haralambos Symeonidis

CHINA Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections

First Friday Panel Discussion - Does Culture Matter in Sustainable Agriculture

Father Justin Sinaites- "'We Knew Not Whether We Were in Heaven or on Earth': The Heritage of Russian Iconography"

Father Justin Sinaites presents "St. Catherine's Monastery in the Sinai Desert: A Direct Link with the Ancient World"

Kirk Hazen Lecture-Linguistics Program Speaker Series

Ned Stuckey-French to give lecture "Baldwin, Didion, Digitization, and the Future"

Linguistics Reception

Celebration of Faculty Excellence Reception

The Mythology of the Doudou: Sexualizing Black Female Bodies, Constructing Culture and Nation in the French Caribbean.

English Department meeting

Rusty Barrett tenure meeting

English Department Awards Day

Job Market Workshop for Grad Students

English Department Faculty Meeting

Jill Rappoport tenure review meeting

English Department Reception

Final Exams for 8-week Summer Session

First Day of Fall Semester

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