LINCD Readings

LINCD Readings are (digitally-enhanced) reading groups that are formed around a disciplinary area of interest to provide students and faculty a forum to collaboratively explore cutting-edge research by reading about the work and then exploring (hands-on) the tools and technologies used in that work. The thematic orientation of the reading groups in any given semester reflects the interests of the students and faculty involved.

Jennifer Cramer provides a nice write-up of the inauguration of the first such LINCD Readings group in 2013 – the Sociolinguistics Reading Group.

Gregory Stump discusses the first semester of the Morphology Reading Group in 2016.