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Category: Faculty, General, Talks

Nina Hyams speaks at UNC-Chapel Hill

Published: April 12, 2013

Nina Hyams is speaking at UNC-Chapel Hill this weekend (April 13). She is the keynote speaker at the UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Colloquium. Her talk is entitled: The acquisition of syntactically encoded evidentiality (based on joint work with Jessica Rett and Lauren Winans)

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Category: General, Graduate Students, Jobs

Grace Kuo goes to Macalester!

Published: April 7, 2013

Grace Kuo has accepted a one-year faculty position at the Department of Linguistics at Macalester College. She will be teaching laboratory phonetics and phonology and learning the Great Lakes Accent. Congratulations Grace!

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Category: General, Graduate Students, Jobs

Jason Bishop goes to CUNY!

Published: April 1, 2013

Jason Bishop has accepted a tenure-track position at the City University of New York, where he will hold positions in the English Department at the College of Staten Island, and in the Linguistics Program at the CUNY Graduate Center, starting in Fall 2013. He’ll be starting up a phonetics/laboratory phonology lab. Congratulations Jason!

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Category: Conferences, General, Graduate Students

UCLA Linguists at GURT 2013 / ACAL 44

Published: March 5, 2013

Laura McPherson and Sadie Martin will be giving talks at the upcoming Georgetown University Round Table / 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Laura’s talk is entitled: “Tonal competition in the Dogon DP: a constraint-based approach to conflict resolution” Sadie’s talk is entitled: “The “Instrumental” Construction in Twi”

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Category: Conferences, General, Graduate Students

Tellings @ BLS 39

Published: February 11, 2013

Jos Tellings will be presenting at BLS 39 at Berkeley this coming weekend. His talk is entitled: “Clitics and voicing in Dutch.” His abstract is as follows: Abstract: In Dutch, the process of clitic attachment to verbal stems interacts with voicing processes such as Final Devoicing and voice assimilation. In addition free variation is attested…

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, General, Graduate Students

UCLA @ WCCFL 31 (ASU)

Published: February 6, 2013

WCCFL 31 is being held at Arizona State University this weekend. UCLA linguists will be giving a number of talks there: Craig Sailor and Gary Thoms (U. Edinburgh). On the non-existence of non-constituent coordination and non-constituent ellipsis Sun-Ah Jun and Jason Bishop. Implicit phrasing and prominence influence relative clause attachment: evidence from structural priming Martin…

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