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SSP Forum - Spring 2013

The Symbolic Systems Forum at Stanford

(The Public Sessions of Symsys 280, Symbolic Systems Research Seminar, 1 unit)

Spring Quarter, 2013-2014
  12:15-1:05 pm, Mondays, in 460-126 (Margaret Jacks Hall)
Everyone is welcome!

Apr. 7  Percy Liang, Computer Science Department, "Computing with Natural Language"

Apr. 14  Barbara Tversky, Psychology Department, Stanford, and Teachers College, Columbia University, "Thinking and Learning With Hands"

Apr. 21  Special American Studies Program Talk: Fred Turner, Communication Department, "The Democratic Surround: Multimedia and American Liberalism from WWII to the Psychedelic Sixties" [Time: 12-1pm; Location: Building 460, Room 426 (fourth floor) - RSVP by April 15 to rmeisels@stanford.edu]

May 5  Poppy Crum, Music Department, Title TBA

May 12  Michael Bratman, Philosophy Department, Title TBA [Time: 12:05-12:55pm]

May 19  Nicholas Borg and Julia Neidert (M.S. Candidates), Symbolic Systems Program, Titles TBA

Jun. 2  Senior Honors Students, Symbolic Systems Program, Annual Presentation of Honors Theses

Jun. 9  Erik Brockbank and Roberto Goizueta (M.S. Candidates), Symbolic Systems Program, Titles TBA

To receive email announcements about Symbolic Systems events, go to the list info page and fill in the form there. For an abstract of each talk, visit http://symsys.stanford.edu/event_calendar.

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