May 27, 2021 Commencement - Congratulations:
Class of 2021
Welcome to the Concentrators' Corner! Here you will find information about what Linguistics concentrators are up to, including social events, lunches with professors, and publications. Please follow the link in the sidebar for additional information about research opportunities within the Linguistics concentration.
from: Professor Kathryn Davidson on Zoom and Professor Jay Jasanoff on YouTube
a website for the Harvard Undergraduate Linguistics Society (https://harvardlinguistics.org/)
Concentrators Chat with Graduate Students and Professors at the Linguistics Department Open House
Concentrators, new and old, mingle and chat at annual Linguistics Concentrators Dinner
Newly declared concentrators had the chance to meet each other, other concentrators, and faculty at the annual Linguistics Concentrators Dinner.
Prospective concentrators talk to current students and faculty at department open house
Prospective concentrators in Linguistics had the opportunity to talk to current undergraduate concentrators, graduate students, and faculty in linguistics about the concentration and the department at the department open house on October 23rd.
Professors Davidson, Ryan, Jasanoff, and Bobaljik talked about their journeys and experiences in Linguistics:
Concentrators interested in pursuing PhD chat with grad students over lunch
In an informative discussion, concentrators interested in pursuing a PhD in Linguistics talked with grad students about their experiences navigating the process of applying to and attending graduate school in linguistics
Linguistics Concentrators receiving the Bok Center Teaching Awards
Linguistics Concentrator Admitted to a Graduate Program
Taylor Joyce (Class of 2019) will be matriculating 2019 fall to the PhD program in Linguistics at University of Texas, Austin, with the Donald D. Harrington fellowship! Congratulations, Taylor!
Linguistics Industry Panel
The Industry Panel was on Thursday February 28. This event invited speakers with a linguistics background who are now working in industry to share their experience and opinions on linguistics in a non-academic path.
Linguistics Fall Open House
The Linguistics Fall Open House took place on October 23, 2018.
Lives in Linguistics Dinner
Linguistics concentrators and students from Ling 83 enjoyed a dinner with College Fellow Masoud Jasbi and Head Tutor Isabelle Charnavel, on October 4, 2018.
Senior Thesis Colloquium
Seniors Jerry Nelluvelil, Anna Alsop, Rachel Silverstein, and Jennifer Hu presented their honors undergraduate theses at the Senior Thesis Colloquium on April 26, 2018.
Ice cream social (March 2018)
Concentrators gathered for ice cream and socializing on March 22, 2018.
Linguistics concentrator dinner
Linguistics concentrators, new and old, gathered for dinner at the Meaning & Modality Lab on November 27, 2017.
Ice cream social (November 2017)
Concentrators gathered for ice cream and socializing on November 9, 2017.
Department of Linguistics Open House Fall 2017
See below for photos from our Fall Open House, which took place on November 2, 2017.
Linguistics concentrators at LSA Annual Meeting 2018
The Department of Linguistics has two concentrators who will present at the prestigious Linguistic Society of America meeting in Utah this coming January 2018.
Anna Alsop (class of 2018) will be presenting a paper, entitled "Testing Contrastive Inferences from Suprasegmental Features Using Offline Measures."
Jennifer Hu (class of 2018) will be presenting a poster, entitled "A graph-theoretic approach to comparing typologies in Parallel OT and Harmonic Serialism."
Lives in Linguistics luncheon
Linguistics concentrators enjoyed an intimate lunch with Professor Jay Jasanoff and graduate student in Linguistics, Cristina Aggazzotti, on October 11, 2017.
Ice cream social (September 2017)
Concentrators discuss language in the Yard with Professor Kate Davidson and graduate student in Linguistics, Cristina Aggazzotti, on September 25, 2017.