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Forthcoming presentations

Here’s a (probably very incomplete) list of forthcoming conference appearances by people in the department.

  • Our postdoc David-Etienne Bouchard will be representing us at NELS (University of Connecticut), with a presentation entitled “Fully elliptical comparatives”.
  • Michele Burkholder, Laura Sabourin, Christie Brien, and Aysegul Kutlu will be presenting “Age of acquisition and the bilingual lexicon: Behavioural and neurophysiological approaches” at the International Conference on Multilingualism: Linguistic Challenges and Neurocognitive Mechanisms in Montreal.
  • Laura Kastronic will be presenting a paper entitled “A Variationist approach to liaison in Gatineau French” at the annual meeting of the LSA (Minneapolis) in January 2014.
  • Laura Kastronic and Shana Poplack will be presenting a paper entitled “The (North) American English subjunctive in the 21st century: Revival or remnant?” at NWAV42 in Pittsburgh in October.
  • Also at NWAV: Robert Prazeres and Stephen Levey will be presenting “A cross-varietal perspective on case variation in co-ordinate noun phrases”.
  • Rachel Klassen and Juana Liceras are presenting “Non-similar grammatical gender systems in the mental lexicon: A study of Spanish–German bilinguals” at the 38th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development.
  • Also at BUCLD, Jamie White, with his UCLA co-authors Megha Sundara and Yun Kim, will present “There is no pat in patting: Acquisition of phonological alternations by English-learning 12-month-olds”.
  • Jamie will also be presenting “Role of perceptual similarity in the acquisition of phonological alternations: A biased Maximum Entropy learning model” at BUCLD.
  • Tania Zamuner, Elizabeth Morin-Lessard, and Michael Page (University of Hertfordshire) will present their poster “Spoken word recognition of produced versus heard words” at the 2013 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting in Toronto.

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