Plenary Address: NWAV 49

Linguistics professor and associate chair Marlyse Baptista was a plenary speaker for the virtual conference New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV 49), hosted by the University of Texas at Austin from October 19-24, 2021. Her presentation was entitled “Out of Many Voices, One Language.” Read the abstract below.

Boston University Linguistics Colloquium

On November 15, 2021, Marlyse Baptista was invited to deliver a colloquium presentation for the Linguistics department at Boston University. Her presentation was titled “On the Emergence of Creole Pronominal Systems: Social and Linguistic Factors.” Read the abstract below.

Cabo Verdean Creole in Education at MIT

Marlyse Baptista and Abel Djassi Amado of Simmons University were invited to give a presentation on “Cabo Verdean Creole in Education” at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for professor Michel DeGraff's seminar on Linguistics and Social Justice. Their presentation can be viewed at this link: