Spotlight Series

ECOM Spotlight Series is where we turn the spotlights to our members and they present their ongoing research to our interdisciplinary community. We established this new series in 2019.

Academic Year 2021-2022

Note: Zoom below = Zoom Event

Date Time Location Speaker Title
Nov 15 2:30pm-4pm Zoom Mengyu Hu TBA
Oct 11 2:30pm-4pm Zoom Charles Davis TBA
Sept 20 2:30pm-4pm Zoom Jenelle Salisbury The Unity of Consciousness and the First-Person Perspective

Academic Year 2020-2021

Note: WBX below = WebEx Event

Date Time Location Speaker Title
Apr 1 12:00pm-1:30pm WBX Ben Winokur Neo-Expressivism and the Matching Principle
Mar 11 12:00pm-1:30pm WBX Nadja-Mira Yolcu Disavowals: A Challenge for Expressivism?
Feb 25 12:00pm-1:30pm WBX Yanina Prystauka Investigating the Interplay between Morphosyntax and Memory for Events: The Case of Past Participles
Dec 3 12:00pm-1:30pm WBX Nimra Asif Minimal Theory of Mind – A Millikanian Approach
Oct 15 12:15pm-1:30pm WBX Eno Agolli This might not be an expressivist position
Sept 24 12:15pm-1:30pm WBX Drew Johnson Proper Function and Ethical Judgment: Towards a Biosemantic Account of Ethical Thought and Discourse

Academic Year 2019-2020

Note: ARJ below = Arjona 307 

Date Time Location Speaker Title
March 5 12pm-1:30pm ARJ Harry van der Hulst The Innateness Debate in Linguistics
Feb 6 12pm-1:30pm ARJ Dimitris Xygalatas The Puzzle of Ritual
Dec 5 12pm-1:30pm ARJ Eiling Yee Fluid Semantics: Conceptual knowledge is experience-based and dynamic
Oct 17 12pm-1:30pm ARJ Emily Myers Language Plasticity on Multiple Timescales.