Invited speakers

Molly Babel, The University of British Columbia

Lauren Clemens, University at Albany, SUNY

Mark Dingemanse, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Stefan Th. Gries, University of California, Santa Barbara

Joan Maling, National Science Foundation

Mandana Seyfeddinipur, SOAS World Languages Institute



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10.01.2018
BLS 2019 News

Typically, in early February, Berkeley has hosted the annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society (BLS). This year we are experimenting with a new format, where instead of a general conference we will be holding a focused two-day event on a particular theme. The theme for this year's meeting is mass/count distinction(s). A call for papers will be posted in mid-October.

Road

2.27.2018
Slides up from Funding Workshop!

Please find the slides from the presentations by Joan Maling and Mandana Seyfeddinipur from the Funding Workshop.

Eucalyptus Grove

2.15.2018
BLS44 is now over!

Thank you for making this year's meeting a success!

Eucalyptus Grove

1.12.2018
Early Bird Registration is now Closed

Complete your registration on our registration page.

Eucalyptus Grove

12.22.2017
Conference Schedule Now Available!

See more details on our program page.

Eucalyptus Grove

12.12.2017
Registration is open!

See more details on our registration page. Early bird pricing closes on January 12!

Eucalyptus Grove

12.10.2017
Preliminary Schedule

The preliminary schedule for BLS44 is now live!

Eucalyptus Grove

09.20.2017
BLS 44 Call for papers

The Call for Papers for BLS44 is now live!

See the official call and upload your abstract at our EasyAbs submissions page.

Berkeley Campus

08.26.2017
BLS 44 Call for papers

The Call for Papers for BLS44 will be available in mid September.

We invite abstracts for talks presenting current research from all areas of descriptive, experimental, and theoretical linguistics.