Second Language Studies Colloquium

We will meet every Friday during the Fall and Spring semesters via Zoom meeting, for the link please email the Colloquium coordinator Mike Iverson at mikeiver@iu.edu

Date

Talk Title

Presenter(s)

September 25 PhD Student Showcase

Jean Young Chun

Jeanne McGill

October 2

Seminar Showcase

Kenna - Acquisition of Article Use in L2 Italian: Resetting the article choice parameter

Kimberly - L2 Learners’ Interpretation of Intonation and Meaning

Kenna Daniel

Kimberly Wan

October 9 “The Development of an Empirically-Based Aural Pragmatics Test for Conventional Expressions”

Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig and Yunwen Su

October 16 "Overgeneralization, L2-vulnerability, and L3 acquisition of Italian perfect participle agreement” L3 Syntax Lab
October 23 Good luck to our presenters at SLRF! No Colloquium
October 30    
November 6 Professionalization: The Job Hunt Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig & Mike Iverson
November 13 A window into the classroom: how teachers integrate pronunciation instruction Isabelle Darcy & Brian Rocca
November 20 Professionalization: The Teaching Portfolio Debra Friedman
November 27 Happy Thanksgiving! No Colloquium
December 4 Professionalization: The Interview David Stringer
December 11    

December 18

 

SLS Colloquium Policy

The Colloquium constitutes a primary vector of student professionalization as researchers and teacher scholars. The function of the colloquium is to provide a venue for the development of non-native multi-lingual language research by faculty and students leading to publication of research manuscripts and to advancement toward degree requirements. It assumes the full participation of faculty and students dedicated to the advancement of research. Presenting work at the colloquium assumes it can be enhanced cooperatively. The sharing of research as a departmental community is a significant ingredient of the intellectual life. Priority is given to new empirical research work that is going to be presented elsewhere and/or is clearly headed to publication. The colloquium is, therefore, held at the discretion of the faculty. The colloquium seeks to represent the depth and breadth of departmental research activities. Its scope, focus, and schedule are dictated according to these guidelines by the faculty with scheduling delegated to the Colloquium Coordinator.
Colloquium participants (presenters and attendees) are expected to behave in a civil and polite manner following standards in the field: https://www.linguisticsociety.org/content/lsa-civility-policy. Uncivil behaviors such as bullying, badgering, threats, and heckling are serious infringements upon the learning process and are unacceptable. They undermine the academic mission and could therefore be grounds for a period of exclusion. Following an incident, exclusions require that a motion for exclusion be brought at a faculty meeting and seconded as a resolution. Motions for exclusion must carry a two-thirds majority for exclusion to be enforced by the Colloquium Coordinator. Any such decision will be announced immediately upon the vote. Motions for exclusions are signs of unprofessional behavior to be changed