Conferences

Category: Alumni, Conferences, Faculty, General, Graduate Students

UCLA at LabPhon16

Published: June 29, 2018

The department was well-represented at the Conference on Laboratory Phonology and one of its satellite Symposium meeting (organized by Sun-Ah Jun and ken de Jong) held at Lisbon, Portugal in June 19-22. 2018 (http://labphon16.labphon.org/conference.html). Current and former department members (PhDs, postdocs, faculty, undergrads, visitors) with presentations at the conference included Mary Baltazani (PhD 2002), Taehong…

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Category: Alumni, Conferences, Faculty, General, Graduate Students

UCLA at Speech Prosody 2018

Published: June 29, 2018

There were three presentations by the current department members and one presentation by an alumus Jason Bishop (CUNY) and his student at the Speech Prosody international conference, held on June 13-16, 2018, at Poznan, Poland (http://sp9.home.amu.edu.pl/index.php). Talk: Jason Bishop & Boram Kim, “Anticipatory shortening: Articulation rate, phrase length, and lookahead in speech production” Jeremy Steffman,…

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, Graduate Students

UCLA at SALT 28

Published: May 23, 2018

There were three UCLA presentations at Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 28, held on May 18-20, 2018, at MIT.   Ellipsis in tautologous conditionals (Richard Stockwell)   Sloppy binding into relative superlative descriptions (Dylan Bumford)   Domain uniformity in questions (Maayan Abenina-Adar and Yael Sharvit)   Congratulations to Richard, Maayan, Dylan, and Yael!

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, Graduate Students, Labs, Talks

UCLA at CLS 54

Published: April 4, 2018

Two talks from the UCLA Language Processing Lab will be presented at the 54th Chicago Linguistic Society, April 26-28, 2018. Graduate student Marju Kaps will present her MA thesis research in a talk titled “Licensing SOV in Estonian: A naturalness rating study”. Jesse Harris will present research with PhD graduate Natasha Korotkova (Konstanz, Tuebingen) in a talk…

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Category: Conferences

Language Processing Lab at CUNY 2018

Published: February 26, 2018

The UCLA Language Processing Lab has a big showing at the 31st Annual CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference held at UC Davis, March 15-17. Two talks and four posters were accepted for presentation! CUNY 2018 talks Correlative adverbs mark not only scope but also contrast: Corpus and eye tracking data. Jesse Harris. Cue reliability affects anticipatory use of…

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Category: Alumni, Conferences, Faculty

UCLA at GLOW

Published: February 10, 2018

UCLA also has a good showing at GLOW 41 this year. Visiting Professor Ethan Poole will be presenting a paper with Stefan Keine entitled “Reconstruction beyond English”. And alumna Laura Kalin will be presenting, “The Ins and Outs of Allomorphy in Turoyo (Neo-Aramaic)”.

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, Graduate Students

UCLA at SALT!

Published: February 10, 2018

A number of UCLA faculty and students will be presenting at SALT 28 this year (congrats, everyone!): Maayan Abenina-Adar (grad student) and Yael Sharvit Dylan Bumford Ethan Poole, “Spurious NPI licensing is covert licensing” (with Jon Ander Mendia & Brian Dillon) Richard Stockwell (grad student), “Ellipsis in tautologous conditionals”

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, Graduate Students

UCLA Linguists at the LSA in Salt Lake City

Published: January 21, 2018

A number of faculty members and students from the UCLA Linguistics Department presented at the Linguistic Society of America’s Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City at the beginning of January. LSA Talks: Eleanor Glewwe, Jesse Zymet, Jacob Adams, Rachel Jacobson, Anthony Yates, Ann Zeng, & Robert Daland “Substantive bias and the acquisition of final (de)voicing…

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Category: Conferences, Events

California Meeting on Psycholinguistics

Published: November 29, 2017

The first California Meeting on Psycholinguistics (CAMP) will be held at UCLA December 2-3, 2017 in the Academic Advancement Program Pavilion on the first floor of Campbell Hall. CAMP is a free two day workshop designed to promote psycholinguistics research in California, and focuses on promoting research by graduate students and post-docs. Invited topics include:…

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