V-NYI #5, summer, 2022!

virtual NYI announces its 5th session, June 30-July 15, 2022

• Critical Cultural Studies
• Theoretical Linguistics

• Race and Gender Studies
• Cognitive Science
• Art and Society
• Solidarity Dialogues

General Lectures

Everyone is welcome to attend V-NYI General Lectures, M/W/F at 1:30 pm (NY time) - invite your friends! You can find posters and links to attend here.

NYI Social Space

NYI Social has spaces for all classes - check it out for amazing discussions!

Dialogues on Solidarity

Join our special Diaologues on Solidarity series T/TH at 1:30 pm (NY time): click here for posters and links to attend!

Movies and more!

Check here for movie nights and other all-school events!

V-NYI #5 COG and CULT fests

Cog and Cult Fests are on!  Wednesday July13! 

Cult Fest: 8:45 am (NY time)

Cog Fest: 12:00 noon (NY time)

The Cog and Cult Fests are our traditional mini-conferences which are an amazing opportunity to hear short ideas and works in progress of all kids of students and faculty. 

NYI Solidarity Fund

We are accepting voluntary donations to the NYI Solidarity Fund. 50% of your donations will support V-NYI's expanded infrastructure and 50% will be contributed in the name of the school to Disability Rights International's (DRI) vital relief efforts in Ukraine and across the globe.  

V-NYI #5 Linguistics/Cognitive Studies faculty:

John F. Bailyn, Stony Brook University
Maša BešlinAlex Chabot, Polina Pleshak, Maria Polinsky, University of Maryland
Rajesh Bhatt, Zahra Mirrazi, UMass, Amherst
Bronwyn Bjorkman, Queens University
Marcel Den Dikken, ELTE and Hungarian Research Center for Linguistics
John E. Drury, Brooklyn College
Stanley Dubinsky, University of South Carolina
Maria Esipova, University of Oslo
Laura Kalin, Princeton University
NIna Kazanina, University of Bristol
Iva Kovač, Magdalena Lohninger, Susi Wurmbrand, University of Vienna

Nancy Kula, University of Essex
Paulina Lyskawa, The Artic University of Norway in Tromsø
Andrew Nevins, UCL
Roumyana Pancheva, USC
Lillian Park, SUNY Old Westbury
David Pesetsky, MIT
Martin Rohrmeier, 
École Féderale Polytechnique de Lausanne
Tobias Scheer, CNRS, Université Cote d'Azur
Gert-Jan Schoenmakers, Radboud University
Ur Shlonsky, University of Geneva
Clemens Steiner-Mayr, Ekaterina Vostrikova, Hedde Zeijlstra, University of Göttingen
Adam Szczegielniak, Independent Researcher

Shanti Ulfsbjornin, University of Deusto
Hongchen Wu, Georgia Tech University

V-NYI #5 Critical Cultural Studies Faculty:

Tegiye Birey, Central European University & Utrecht University
Polly Gannon, Independent Scholar and Translator
Amelia Glaser, University of California, San Diego
Masha Godovannaya, Fine Arts Academy of Vienna
Anna Gomboeva, University of Virginia
Eugene Hammond, Stony Brook University
Heidi Hutner, Stony Brook University
Dijana Jelača, Brooklyn College
Nikolay Karkov, SUNY Cortland
Barbara LeSavoy, SUNY College at Brockport
Ewa Maczynska, Central European University
Georgy Mamedov, American University of Central Asia
Maria Mayerchyk, Ethnology Institute of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences and the University of Greifswald
Jim McFarland, Vanderbilt University
Yola Monakhov Stockton, Buffalo State College
Olga Plakhotnik, University of Greifswald
Iryna Shuvalova, Independent Researcher
Volha/ Olga Sasunkevich, University of Gothenburg
Tatsiana Shchurko, The Ohio State University
Sultanat Shoshanova, Independent Researcher
Razvan Sibii, UMass, Amherst
Ivan Sokolov, UCal, Berkeley
Mеlis Umut, Stony Brook University
Hanae Utamura, Rochester Institute of Technology
Katharina Wiedlack, University of Vienna