REMINDER: Mark Janse tomorrow

Mark Janse, Research Professor in Ancient & Asia Minor Greek at Ghent University, will present a lecture on the linguistic and social history of Cappadocia.

Credit to suncodel for image.

The lecture will take place tomorrow (11/4), at 4pm in Hamilton 703.

Coming events: October – December

10/30/09

2:00 PM Jennifer Pardo of the Human Communication Lab at Columbia will speak about her research. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

7:30 PM Dinner at the Columbia Cottage

11/4/09

4:10 PM Mark Janse of Ghent University will give a talk on Cappadocian Greek: “Dead or Alive? The Resurrection of Cappadocian (Asia Minor Greek).”

11/5/09

4:00 PM Seiichi Makino of Princeton University will speak about the difficulties of translation:”What Will Be Almost Permanently Lost in Translation? A Cognitive Linguistic View”

11/13/09

3:00 PM Nizar Habash of the Center for Computational Learning systems at Columbia will give a talk on Natural Language Processing. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN MOVED TO 11/20, 3PM.

7:30 PM Dinner at the Columbia Cottage

12/11/09

Time TBA Peter Connor of Barnard College will give a talk about translation.

7:30 PM Dinner at the Columbia Cottage

11/4: Lecture on the Cappadocian language

On Wednesday, November 4th, Mark Janse (Research Professor in Ancient & Asia Minor Greek at Ghent University) will present a lecture on the linguistic and social history of the Cappadocian region of central Turkey, with particular attention to the complex historical interactions between Asia Minor Greek and Turkish.

The lecture will be held in 703 Hamilton, from 4pm to 6pm.

Please RSVP to Alison at culinguistics@gmail.com.