The Cognition Seminar Series (CogSem) covers topics ranging from memory, learning, cognitive control and affect. Often these topics are discussed in the framework of Cognitive Science, Cognitive Neuroscience, Computational Modeling, Behavioral Neuroscience, and more.
CogSem takes place in Metcalf Research Building, Friedman Auditorium.
Open to all members of the Brown community.
November 9: Sharese King, University of Chicago: A variationist's approach to complicating identity categories in sociolinguistics
November 30: Amelia Tseng, American University and Smithsinian: "They talk just like an African American kid, and if you hear their Spanish, it's worse": Racholinguistic ideologies in Latinx migration and multilingual repertoires
March 15: Rachel Steindel Burdin, University of New Hampshire: "But I don't do that anymore, because I live in Maine": Exploring language, place, and Jewish identity in New England and beyond
March 22: Nicté Fuller Medina, Swartmore College: Nation, State and Race: Acts of Identity in Mutilingual Belize
April 19: Sabriya Fisher, Wellesley College: Innovations in the tense-aspect system of African American English
April 26: Minh Nguyen, Amazon: Place, Memory, and Disaporic Identities in Everyday Vietnamese Family Discourse