Fall 2018 Schedule

Please mark your calendars! All workshops will be held in Stevenson 417. Abstracts are available here.

Friday, September 14, 12:30-1:30 pm
“Automatic Speech Recognition for Endangered Languages”
Dr. Hilaria Cruz, Department of Comparative Humanities

Tuesday, October 2, 11:30-1 pm
“Design of Research Tools based on Semiotics and Visual Resources”
Professor Dora Ivonne Alvarez Tamayo, University of Puebla

Friday, October 19, 12:30-2 pm
“The Question of Race in Personalized Medicine: An Analysis of the Use of Racial Categories in Pharmacogenomic Research”
Eve Polley, PhD student, Department of Comparative Humanities

Friday, November 30, 12:30-2 pm
“Black Affirmations and Ironies of Progress in Joel Christian Gill’s Strange Fruit
Dr. Karen Chandler, Department of English

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Fall 2018 Kickoff

Hello, friends of the Discourse and Semiotics workshop! We are nearly ready to announce our fall workshop series; in the meantime, please join us for our first event of the semester, a talk by linguist and new assistant professor Dr. Hilaria Cruz.