Adam’s abstract, “Transparency, locality, and Uyghur backness harmony,” was accepted as a talk at the upcoming 26th Manchester Phonology Meeting (http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk/mfm/26mfm.html).
Eva Wittenberg is presenting at the 34th South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable (SALA-34) at the University of Konstanz, Germany on June 19-21, 2018:
Ashwini Vaidya and Eva Wittenberg, “Frequency regulates argument sharing effects in Hindi light verb constructions” (talk)
Eva Wittenberg and Ashwini Vaidya, “Peeling oranges in Hindi: Ergative case-marking as cue in real-time event construal” (poster)
Ph.D. candidate Till Poppels and Prof. Andrew Kehler will present at the 53rd annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS52). The title of their talk will be: Verb Phrase Ellipsis is discourse reference: novel evidence from dialogue.
A handout will be made available here: https://tpoppels.wordpress.com/
Seven members of the department (Eric Bakovic, Marc Garellek, Kati Hout, Anna Mai, Adam McCollum, Eric Meinhardt, Michael Obiri-Yeboah and Sharon Rose) traveled to LA on the weekend to present a total of 4 talks and 2 posters at SCaMP (SoCal Meeting on Phonology). SCaMP was created last year by Eric Bakovic as a way to bring together phonologists at regional universities for a spring workshop and we were happy to see it continue and to participate.
Ph.D candidate Gustavo Guajardo is presenting his paper A Quantitative Study on the Evolution of the Subjunctive System in Argentinean Spanish at the 47th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages held at the University of Delaware April 20th-24th.
At this year’s West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Adam McCollum will be giving a talk on “Non-iterative vowel harmony in Crimean Tatar” with Darya Kavitskaya from Berkeley at 9:30 on April 28th.
He will also be presenting a poster entitled “Unbounded harmony is not always myopic: Evidence from Tutrugbu” with James Essegbey from the University of Florida.
Graduate students Anne Therese Frederiksen, Ryan Lepic, and Hope Morgan are presenting posters at the 11th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research meeting in London, July 10-13.
The first wave of students are off on the summer conference circuit:
• Younah Chung and Page Piccinnini are presenting posters at the Acoustical Society of America/International Congress of Acoustics meeting in Montreal June 2-7, 2013
• Bethany Keffala is giving a talk at the International Child Phonology Conference at Radboud University in Nijmegen on June 11.