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Phonetics Seminar – Jeremy Steffman, “Intonational and durational influences on segmental categorization”

Phonetics Seminar: Anita Auszmann (Fulbright scholar from Hungary), ““Voice quality differences across different speech styles”

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MoRG – Morphology Journal Club: what happened in Salt Lake City (article selection from LSA and SSILA)

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Phonology Seminar – Connor Mayer: A challenge for the weak sub-regular hypothesis from Uyghur backness harmony

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Chinese Lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar – Sluicing in Catalan (Allie)

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Phonology Seminar – Journal club

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Phonetics Seminar – Jianjing Kuang (Univ. of Pennsylvania), “The phonetic nature and prosodic encodings of the non-modal phonation of Chinese Wu dialects”

8

French Lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar

9

Faculty Meeting

Syntax – Semantics Seminar: Zhuo Chen, “Revisiting ‘even’-constructions in Mandarin”

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Phonetics Seminar – Brice Roberts, “Tonal dissimilation or persistence in Shanghainese sandhi domains”

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MoRG – Canaan Breiss presents a paper by Nicholas Rolle by the title “A hybrid OT-DM model: support from a morphological conspiracy in Degema”

American Indian Seminar – Only Fest

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Chinese Lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar – Visual world overview (Stephanie) and Embedding under factives (Travis and Beth)

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Faculty Meeting

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MoRG – Pam Munro, Original work

American Indian Seminar – Travis Major

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Phonology Seminar: Beth Sturman, “Lenition through the lens of learnability”

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French Lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar – Visual world analysis (Chie) and Implicit prosody with appositives (Marju and Allie)

American Indian Seminar – Margit Bowler

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American Indian Seminar – Margit Bowler

Faculty Meeting

Colloquium: Rory Turnbull, University of Hawaii

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Phonetics Seminar – Connor Mayer, “A computational comparison of distributional vs. interactive models of infant vowel learning”

27

Open House

MoRG – Compounds Fest

American Indian Seminar – John Gluckman

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Open House

Practice Talk – Natasha Korotkova: “The subjective heart of evidentiality”, (UCLA PhD grad, currently at University of Konstanz and University of Tübingen)

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Chinese Lunch

Psycholinguistics Seminar – Practice CUNY talks (Jesse and Chie)

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Syntax-Semantics Seminar: Ed Keenan

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Syntax-Semantics Seminar: Ed Keenan

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