Category: Awards, General, Graduate Students, Labs, Staff

Breiss and Rich awarded NSF GRF

Published: April 4, 2018

Graduate student Canaan Breiss and lab manager Stephanie Rich have each received the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, a highly competitive award that provides three years of financial support during five years of graduate training. Congratulations, Canaan and Stephanie!  

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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: Journal Publications

Olga Ivanova in Language & Communication

Published: February 12, 2018

Lecturer Olga Ivanova has published a paper, entitled “Overcoming discursive prohibitions in participatory media: A case study on talk about homosexuality in Tanzania,” in the journal Language & Communication. Full citation below. Congrats, Olga! Ivanova, O. (2018). Overcoming discursive prohibitions in participatory media: A case study on talk about homosexuality in Tanzania. Language & Communication, 58, 34–46.

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Category: Alumni, Conferences, Faculty


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


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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