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Is prediction multilevel grammatical inference?

1-S-5 Green Hall 1-S-5 Green Hall, Princeton

Nearly all researchers agree that active dependency resolution relies, to some extent, on prediction: comprehenders appear to commit to analyses in advance of unambiguous confirmatory evidence. Researchers disagree, however, on how far in advance prediction occurs, what portions of linguistic representation(s) are predicted, and how to characterize the mechanisms that subserve predictive processes. In this […]

“Presbyterianism and Enlightenment”

211 Dickinson Hall or Zoom

This seminar will be offered in hybrid, both in-person and online via Zoom. Registration is only required for those who attend virtually. The “Scottish Enlightenment” is a key component of the narrative of modernity. Many of the problems discussed by such thinkers as David Hume and Adam Smith are still with us in one form […]

Eberhard L. Faber IV Memorial Lecture: Writing About Eastern Europe in Troubled Times

245 East Pyne 245 East Pyne, Princeton

Jennifer Wilson has a Ph.D. from Princeton's Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. She is one of the most visible writers on Russia and Eastern Europe, with her work appearing in The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, The New York Times Book Review, Harper's, The Nation, etc. In 2022 she received the […]

Scenario for a Past Future, Exhibition Opening Reception

Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex

Artist Josephine Meckseper, former Belknap Visiting Fellow in the Humanities Council and Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton, presents an interactive multimedia installation, Scenario for a Past Future, at the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Hurley Gallery. Projected life-size for the first time, Meckseper’s virtual artwork, which she created in partnership with the digital […]

silver through the grass like nothing (a new work in-process)

Hearst Dance Theater NJ

silver through the grass like nothing finds Princeton Arts Fellow yuniya edi kwon stretching her capacities as a solo performer, creating an immersive world of sound, welcome and unwelcome shadows, entangled gazes, and fluid voices, within which she journeys as both messenger and message. The piece is a ritual convergence of continuums, including embodied story-singing, […]

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