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Workshopping Research in Progress

About This Event

The Multimodal Communication group brings scholars in diverse fields (applied linguistics, cognitive science, languages, linguistics, literatures, communication and rhetorical studies, psychology) around the shared topic of embodied communication. We will gather to share methods and discuss data, bringing the skills and knowledge of our diverse disciplines to bear on questions of mutual interest. Our featured consultant, Dr. Laura Morett, Assistant Professor with the MizzouForward Initiative in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at the University of Missouri will provide feedback as we workshop data and analyses from research in progress.

Featured Guests

  • Amanda Brown, Associate Professor; Director, Linguistic Studies, Dept of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Syracuse University
  • Sylvia Sierra, Associate Professor, Dept of Communication and Rhetorical Studies, College of Visual and Performing Arts; Linguistic Studies Program Affiliated Faculty, Syracuse University
  • Masaaki Kamiya, Associate Professor of Japanese; Director of Linguistics, Dept of East Asian Languages and Literatures, Hamilton College
  • Yukari Hirata, Harrington and Shirley Drake Chair in the Humanities; Professor and Chair, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures; Director, Linguistics Program; Co-Director, Center for Language and Brain; Division Director, Arts and Humanities, Colgate University
  • Spencer Kelly, Hurley Family Chair and Professor of Psychological Science & Neuroscience; Co-Director Center for Language and Brain; Dept of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Center for Language and Brain; Dept of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Colgate University
  • G. Cory Duclos, Director, Keck Center for Language Study; Linguistics Program Affiliated Faculty, Colgate University

May 13, 2024, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

HBC 340G

LIN15: Multimodal Communication

Category: Workshop or Mini-Seminar Meeting

Audience: Open only to Members of the Working Group

Host: Syracuse University