1. Thursday, June 27 (after Opening):
"Marriage Equality Petitions in India: Right to Chosen Family"
Rituparna Borah, Founder Nazariya Queer Feminist Resource Group
2. Friday, June 28:
"Acategorical roots in morphology and morphosyntax"
Mark Aronoff, Stony Brook University
3. Saturday, June 29:
Saturday Night at the movies: Harold & Maude
Mary (Polly) Gannon, NYI Academic Director of Critical Cultural Studies
4. Monday, July 1:
"Pronoun Euphoria"
Kirby Conrod, Swarthmore College
5. Tuesday, July 2:
"A Brief History of Alaska Native People"
Maria Williams, University of Alaska Anchorage
6. Wednesday, July 3:
"Varieties of silence in Turkish"
Jaklin Kornfilt, Syracuse University
7. Thursday, July 4:
"A Russia’s Length Away: Anthropological Kinship in Alaska during Putin’s War in Ukraine"
Sveta Yamin-Pasternak, University of Alaska Fairbanks
8. Friday, July 5:
"The Yugoslav Military and Its Afterlives: Unsettling Histories of State Socialism"
Tanja Petrović, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts
9. Saturday, July 6:
Saturday Night at the Movies: Padraig Robinson
Mary (Polly) Gannon, NYI Academic Director of Critical Cultural Studies
10. Monday, July 8:
"The co-evolution of language and music"
Steven Mithen, University of Reading
11. Tuesday, July 9:
"Governors’ Wives in Nineteenth Century Russian America"
Susanna Rabow-Edling, Uppsala University, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies
12. Wednesday, July 10:
Neda Todorović, Reed College
13. Thursday, July 11:
Pronoun Typology Workshop
John Frederick Bailyn, Stony Brook University
Kirby Conrod, Swarthmore College
Marcel den Dikken, ELTE & Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics