We are pleased to announce the following Minicourses that will be held at our 2022 Annual Meeting! 

Please note that titles are tentative and subject to change. A schedule for the courses will be available in Fall 2021 as the Annual Meeting calendar is finalized.  Once registration is available (in early to mid October), click on the links below to register for one of the minicourses. 

Minicourses will be held, in person, at the Washington Hilon during the morning and early afternoon of Thursday, January 6.  Exact times and locations will be posted later this fall.

Thriving as an Early-Career Faculty Member: a mini-course for advanced graduate students and early-career faculty members

Instructors: Ann Bunger (Indiana University Bloomington), Lynn Burley (University of Central Arkansas), Jessi Grieser (University of Tennessee), Michal Temkin Martinez (Boise State University), Miranda McCarvel (Smith College), on behalf of the Linguistics in Higher Education Committee (LiHEC) and the SIG on Scholarly Teaching

Introduction to Qualitative Sociolinguistic Analysis

Instructor: Amelia Tseng (American University)

Community-first language documentation and fieldwork

Instructor: Sylvia Schreiner (George Mason University)

Neural nets and language processing

Instructors: Brian Dillon (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Suhas Arehalli (Johns Hopkins University)

We hope to see you at these Minicourses! For more information on the 2022 Annual Meeting, please click here for the meeting page. For more information about past and future meetings, click here.