Integrated Language Sciences and Technology
Bringing together language science and technology at Penn.
First Experiments in Linguistic Meaning (ELM) conference draws to a close
The first Experiments in Linguistic Meaning (ELM) conference, co-organized by ILST faculty Florian Schwarz and Anna Papafragou, was hosted virtually by the University of Pennsylvania, September 16-18, 2020. The schedule is available here. The conference is dedicated...
Building Connections with ASL Corpora
On Friday, March 6th, Jami Fisher (Penn), Julie Hochgesang (Gallaudet), and Meredith Tamminga (Penn) will be hosting a workshop at Penn called “Building Connections with ASL Corpora.” Please join them for a series of talks about the linguistics and documentation of American Sign Language (ASL) that morning. The talk session will feature invited and local sign language researchers and will be followed by a pizza lunch. The presentations will be given in a mix of ASL and English and will also be interpreted. This event is open to the public, with no advance registration necessary. Thanks to MindCORE’s Integrated Language Sciences and Technology (ILST) initiative for supporting the workshop!
Omnia Magazine Features Penn Language Community
Penn's Omnia Magazine has published an article featuring the ILST language community. Here is a link below. WIDENING THE LENS ON LANGUAGE STUDY Penn Arts and Sciences faculty use language to unravel mysteries of culture, cognition, and communication by Karen Brooks