Upcoming UCD Linguistics Conference Presentations
UCD Linguistics (faculty and students) will be presenting the following papers at the LSA, American Dialect Society, and Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas meetings in Portland, January 8-11, 2015.
Laurel Lawyer & David Corina, Neurolinguistic evidence of alternation-based underspecification
Georgia Zellou & Rebecca Scarborough (Colorado), Comparing lexical age-of-acquisition effects in infant-directed and adult-directed speech
Georgia Zellou & David Embick (Penn), Abstraction of phonetic detail: Lexicality and phonetic imitation.
Shane Blau, Jeffrey Davis (Tennessee) et al., Diachronic change in Plains Indian Sign Language
Lewis Lawyer, James Sarmento (Native American Studies), & Lajos Szoboszlai, Relying on the past: Quests for knowledge using language archives.
Justin Spence, Managing uncertainty in archival linguistic research.
Dan Villarreal & Ariel Loring (Sacramento State), Teaching World Englishes to undergraduates: Tensions and pedagogical insights
Robert Bayley, Renee Kemp, Chelsea Escalante (Spanish), Alex Mendes (French), & Emily Moline. Where have all the participles went? Using social media data to teach multivariate analysis.
Lewis Lawyer, “Documenting Patwin phonetics from the archival record”