Talks by Our Linguists

Upcoming Talks

Shigeto Kawahara. Abrupt amplitude changes imply male names: A case of acoustic-based sound symbolism. PhonoFesta 7, Shiga, February 17, 2012.

Seunghun Lee, Melanie Pangilinan, Sang-Im Lee and Shigeto Kawahara. An acoustic comparison of palatal fricatives and whistled fricatives in Xitsonga. PhonoFesta 7, Shiga, February 17, 2012.

Matthew Barros. Harmonic sluicing: Which correlate/remnant pairs work and why. (Poster) Mid Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning, University of Maryland, February 18, 2012.

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Beibei Xu. Nandao-questions as a special kind of rhetorical questions. (Poster) Mid Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning, University of Maryland, February 18, 2012.

Shigeto Kawahara.  Acoustic bases of sound symbolism. Colloquium talk, City University of Hong Kong, February 27th, 2012.

Melanie Pangilinan, Seunghun Lee, Sang-Im Lee and Shigeto Kawahara. An acoustic comparison of palatal fricatives and whistled fricatives in Xitsonga. 43rd Annual Conference on African Linguistics, New Orleans, LA, March 15–17, 2012.

Previous Talks

Maria Bittner. Tense as temporal centering. SFB Colloquium, Institute for Computational Linguistics, Stuttgart University, Germany, December 8, 2011.

Maria Bittner. Polish aspect as eventuality centering. Institute for Computational Linguistics, Stuttgart University, December 9, 2011.

Jane Grimshaw. Syntactic analysis and syntactic typology. Mind and Language Syntax Workshop,  Birkbeck College, London, January 20, 2012.

Shigeto KawaharaAcoustic bases of sound symbolism: Names and beyond. Tokyo Circle of Phonologists (TCP). The University of Tokyo, January 22, 2012.

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