About Biennial Meetings
The Biennial Meetings of the Rice Linguistics Society are a conference series run by the graduate students in RLS. The meetings aim to bring together a variety of researchers from across disciplines, and focus on providing an engaging but supportive environment for students, postdocs, and other researchers. Talks are generally scheduled for 20 minutes, with 10 minutes afterwards for discussions and questions.
The Biennial Meetings are closely related to the Rice Working Papers in Linguistics, and selected papers from the meetings will have the opportunity to be published in RWPL.
Information about past Meetings of RLS can be found here.