Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 16 (WAFL 16)

About This Event

Heejeong Ko, Seoul National University
Donca Steriade, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sergei Tatevosov, Moscow State University

WAFL (Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics) is an international conference first held at MIT in 2003, and since convened at 14 different academic institutions throughout the world. Its main goal is to provide a wide interaction platform for linguists working on Altaic languages – a hypothesized language family that includes Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic languages, as well as Korean and Japanese.

Please register to receive Zoom links. Registration closes on Friday Sep 23.

Accommodations requests can be made by Friday Sep 16.

View or download a printable copy of the program or visit the conference website for more information.

Sept. 30, 2022, 8:30 a.m.


LIN4: Syntax-Semantics Interface; Theoretical Linguistics

Activity Audience: Open to the Public

Activity Category: Conference

Host: University of Rochester

RSVP by Sept. 23, 2022