NYU's Syntax Brown Bag is a series of informal talks on syntax and its interfaces with other subfields. The talks are given by students, faculty, and visiting scholars as a way of sharing ongoing research with our department (NYU Linguistics).
Syntax Brown Bags are held in NYU's Linguistics Department on Fridays at noon, in Room 103 of 10 Washington Place unless otherwise noted. Both in-person and virtual talks will be available. Talks are 60 minutes in length, followed by a 30 minute Q&A period. These talks are a good opportunity for speakers to discuss their research with their interdepartmental colleagues in a relaxed, informal setting.
Please direct any questions or suggestions for possible speakers to the organizers, Kaustubh Ghoshal and Ross Rauber, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not affiliated with NYU and would like to attend in person:
We welcome external visitors, but are limited by the visitor policy NYU has adopted. To summarize, you can attend in person as long as you:
Are sponsored by someone affiliated with NYU,
Are able to provide proof of COVID vaccination and a photo ID at the door.
If you would like the Syntax Brown Bag organizers to sponsor you, please send a message to the email above. If you plan to attend more than one session, we will have to fill out the sponsorship form every time. We would appreciate a reminder before each talk you'd like to attend!