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Forthcoming

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2014-10-04
Inferential methodology in historical fashion reconstruction: Some medieval examples
University of North Texas > Texas Medieval Association Conference 24


Archive

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2014-06-07
Legal tips for writers
Dock Bookshop > Pens and Pancakes Writers Workshop

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2013-05
Fashion and violent entrepreneurship: An economic model of fashion and crime
Harvard University > International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference 4
http://www.internationaljournal.org/harvard.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2013-05-11
European martial arts and the military labor market: Commodified violence in European state formation, 500-1600
Western Michigan University > International Congress on Medieval Studies 48
  
* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2013-03-02
Legal tips for writers
Dock Bookshop > Pens and Pancakes Writers Workshop

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2012-10-13*
Rethinking the Reconquista: Arguments against Clash-of-Civilizations historiography in the medieval Spanish context
University of Houston > Texas Medieval Association Conference 22

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-11-11
Some forensic applications of psycholinguistics
University of Texas at Arlington > Department of Linguistics and TESOL > Language Processing Group monthly meeeting

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-10-29
Cooperation and implicature in the freshman English writing prompt: Linguistically informed intervention for off-topic essay responses
Sheraton Fort Worth > Community Colleges Humanities Association Conference 28

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-10-01
A fashionistic approach to medieval sumptuary laws
Baylor University > Texas Medieval Association Conference 21
http://texasmedieval.org/node/99

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-08-20
Contributions toward the scientific study of Western martial arts
Higgins Armory Museum > Historical Combat Symposium 2

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-08-13
Legal tips for writers 2011
Tarrant County College - Northeast > Do the Write Thing Workshop 5
http://www.thewritethingworkshop.com/Conference_Schedule.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-05-29
Fashionistics: Arguments for a science of fashion
Harvard University > International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference 2
http://www.internationaljournal.org/harvard.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2011-04-16
Debunking "Amazing Face Reading"
North Texas Skeptics > Monthly Meeting

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2010-10-25
The "Rosetta Stone of Western Martial Arts": A discussion of the unit-of-analysis problem ("What's New in Medieval Military History?" panel)
Southern Methodist University > Texas Medieval Association Conference 20
http://texasmedieval.org/2010_program

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2009-10-23
Forensic fashion in medieval studies: Concepts and applications
University of Texas at Austin > Texas Medieval Association Conference 19
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/tmaprog09.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2008-04-18
Linguistic theory in the classroom: Some concepts for bilingual and ESL teachers
University of Texas at Arlington > School of Education Invited Lecture

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2008-02-08
Forensic fashion: Making the case for fashion sense in the justice system
The Flamingo Las Vegas > American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Annual Meeting 11

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2008-01-26
Forensic linguistics: An introduction with special attention to electronic language
Texas Wesleyan University > School of Law > Wesleyan Innocence Project Spring Training Session

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2007-10-13
"Dressed to Kill" in medieval Europe: Observing patterns of armed fashion and social violence
Texas A&M University > Texas Medieval Association Conference 17
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/tmaprog07.htm

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2006-09-09
Dressed to Kill: Toward a theory of fashion in arms and armor
Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology > Love and War: The Weaponized Woman
http://www3.fitnyc.edu/museum/loveandwar

* Macaraeg, Ruel A* 2005-11-05
Early modern and contemporary perspectives on terrorism in the Hierarchy of Needs
Imperial War Museum North / University of Manchester > Early Modern Terrorism: Atrocity and Political Violence 1500-1700

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2005-09-28
An evaluation of evolutionary metaphors in the interpretation of military history
University of Houston > Texas Medieval Association Conference 15
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/TEMA05program.htm

* Macaraeg, Ruel A* 2005-06-01
Gender role reversal in bellydance: The sword as trangressive feminine symbol (version 2)
21st Century National Medical Center > Competing Diversities
http://www.enkidumagazine.com/art/2005/250205/E_005_250205.htm

* Macaraeg, Ruel A. 2005-05-14
Scientific Babelism: An introduction for skeptics
North Texas Skeptics > Monthly meeting
http://ntskeptics.org/2005/2005june/june2005.htm#babel

* Bliss, Rina & Ruel A Macaraeg 2005-04-16
The forensics of criminal intent in e-mail correspondence: Toward a discourse analysis of transcribed evidence in electronic text media
City University of New York -- John Jay College of Criminal Justice > International Linguistics Association Conference 50: Language and the Law

* Macaraeg, Ruel A* 2004-11-09
The rhetoric of orthographic determinism in Chinese script debate
National Cheng-K'ung University > International Conference on Taiwanese Romanization

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2004-09-17 
Toward a typology of European martial traditions: Environment and social organization in the formation of warrior ethics
University of Dallas > Texas Medieval Association Conference 14
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/tmaprog04.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2004-06-30
Effects of Chinese character complexity on Stroop Test performance
University of Glasgow > Institute for the Historical Study of Language > Progress in Colour Studies
http://www.arts.gla.ac.uk/SESLL/Englang/ColourConf/

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2004-06-16
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs in foreign policy analysis: Applying behavioral models to political science
University of Hawaii > East-West Center > Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences 3
http://www.hicsocial.org

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2004-04-10
Gender role reversal in bellydance: The sword as transgressive feminine symbol (version 1)
South-West Popular Culture Association > Popular Culture Association /American Culture Association Joint Conference 25
http://keeline.com/PCA2004/04-10-Saturday.html

* Connally, Ian & Ruel A Macaraeg 2004-03-12
"Smilies" as prosodic discourse markers in English: Some preliminary observations
Laval University > Department of Linguistics > Journées de Linguistique 18

* Connally, Ian & Ruel A Macaraeg 2003-11-07
"Where the weirdness goes": The uncertain future of 21st century linguistics
University of Texas at Arlington > Department of Linguistics > Student Conference in Linguistics 11
http://ling.uta.edu/~lingua/utascil/2003/index.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2003-11-06
The student-linguist in the roles of patient, agent, and benefactor
University of Texas at Arlington > Department of Linguistics > Student Conference in Linguistics 11
http://ling.uta.edu/~lingua/utascil/2003/index.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A* 2003-09-27
Ritual weapons in late medieval and Renaissance Europe: A survey of artistic and textual sources
Baylor University > Texas Medieval Association Conference 13
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/tema03Wd.htm

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2003-09-16
Latinization in Malay and Hausa: A comparative case study of colonial implementation and indigenous appropriation
Moscow University > Institute of Asian & African Studies > International Conference on Languages of the Far East, Southeast Asia & West Africa 7
http://linguistlist.org/callconf/browse-conf-action.cfm?ConfID=1822&RequestTimeout=500

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2003-03-26
Chinese script reform: Problems and prospects
Lingua -- The Linguistics Circle at the University of Texas at Arlington > Lingua Student Forums

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2003-02-28
Was Kenneth Pike a Buddhist?  A comparison of key concepts in Tagmemics and Madhyamika
University of Texas at Arlington > Department of Linguistics > Student Conference in Linguistics 10
http://ling.uta.edu/~lingua/utascil/2003/index.html

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2002-10-16
The "success" of Chinese script reform: A critique of assessment methodology in China's character simplification program
University of Malaya > Department of Languages and Linguistics > International Conference on Language, Linguistics, and the Real World

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2002-10-04
Historiography as process in the study of Western martial arts
St. Thomas University > Texas Medieval Association Conference 12
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/tmaprog02.htm

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2002-03-28
Modeling an engaged dialogue on Scientific Babelism: Linguistics and the skeptical dialectic
University of Texas at Arlington > Graduate Research Symposium 5
(Winner -- Best Oral Presentation in Liberal Arts)

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2002-02-28
Quantifying script reform assessment in Chinese: Three proposals from experimental psychobiology
University of Texas at Arlington > Department of Linguistics > Student Conference in Linguistics 9
http://ling.uta.edu/~lingua/utascil/2002/index.html     

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2001-12-01
Naturalness and artifice in modern English dialectology: The case of RenSpeak
Potschefstroom University > International Association of World Englishes Conference 8

* Macaraeg, Ruel A 2001-09-01
Renspeak: Archaic revival in the language of the medieval/Renaissance re-enactment community
Trinity University > Texas Medieval Association Conference 11
http://pages.towson.edu/duncan/confpr01.htm