Via HLBLL site:
4:40pm — Special guests from Stony Brook University Javier Gastón-Greenberg & Natalia Chamorro read their poems. 5:00pm — « Los tejidos detrás » Alberto Valvidia (Graduate Center) presents his short story collection and reads excerpts from it. 5:20pm — « Traz o esqueleto que eu ponho a carne » João Nemi Neto (Graduate Center) presents Diana Menasché’s (Graduate Center) poetry book. Melissa Hazim (City College of New York) reads poems with the author.
4:00pm — « Cancioneiro de um Caminhoneiro » João Nemi Neto (Graduate Center) presents Diana Menasché’s (Graduate Center) poetry book. Melissa Hazim (City College of New York) reads poems with the author. 4:30pm — « Neomenia » Alberto Valvidia (Graduate Center) presents his poetry book and reads excerpts from it. Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public.
The Columbia University Seminar on Columbia School Linguistics cordially invites you to the next meeting on Thursday, December 11. Daniel Everett will be presenting: “On the Role of Culture in the Emergence of Language”. From the event organizers: Daniel Everett is a leading linguist who has published extensively on grammar, phonology, cognition, and culture, including including many papers in important linguistics journals (i.e., Language, Linguistic Inquiry, Natural Language and Linguistic Inquiry). He is best known for his study of the Pirahã people…
The student meeting will be followed (at 3pm) by a meeting with the EO to discuss the state of the program. If you would like to add an item to the meeting agenda, please email the student executive committee representatives: Michael, Inés, and Isabel.
The presentation of the new issue of the LL Journal will be followed by the end-of-the-semester reception.