Talks by Our Linguists

Viviane Déprez. Specificity and Definiteness in French Based Creoles and L2 French. Workshop on Creole Grammars and Linguistic Theories, University Diderot, Paris, June 23–24 .

Akinbiyi Akinlabi. High Vowel Alternations in Yoruba and (Olo) Igbo. Plenary talk, 27th West African Languages Congress, University of Cocody, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, August 14–19, 2011.

Peter Staroverov. Vocalic elements in Russian word-final consonant clusters. Phonetics and Experimental Phonology lab at New York University, October 7.

Aravena, P., Delevoye, Y., Frak, V., Viviane Déprez, Paulignan, Y., Cheylus, A., Nazir, T. Online monitoring of the impact of language processing on motor processes: prehensile grip-force measures during passive listening of manual action words and sentences. The third Neurobiology of Language Conference, Annapolis, November 10–11 2011.

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Aaron Braver. The perception of incompletely neutralized /d/ and /t/ flaps in American English (poster).  North East Linguistic Society 42 (NELS), Toronto, Canada, November 11–13.

Todor Koev. On the grounding status and the effect on temporal structure of appositive relative clauses. North East Linguistic Society 42 (NELS), Toronto, Canada, November 11–13.

Peter Staroverov. Transitional vowels without gesture sharing: an acoustic study of Russian clusters. North East Linguistic Society 42 (NELS), Toronto, Canada, November 11–13.

Teresa Torres Bustamante. Mirativity as Tense/Aspect Displacement. North East Linguistic Society 42 (NELS), Toronto, Canada, November 11–13.

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