January 2 - 5
Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana
World Languages Day
Ph.D. Defense: Brianna Cornelius, "Talkin’ Black and Sounding Gay: An Examination of the Construction of a Multiplex Identity via Intraspeaker Variation"
Professional Development Workshop: "How to Turn Your Course Paper into a Publishable Manuscript"
Amit Almor, Anne Bezuidenhout, and Kurt Goblirsch
Colloquium: “The Origin of Language and the Oldest Words in the World”
Anatoly Liberman, Visiting Scholar from the University of Minnesota
January 3 – 6
Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, New York, New York
Colloquium, “Linguistic Entrenchment and the Effect of Subjective Lexical Familiarity in Korean /n/-insertions”
Stanley Dubinsky and Jiyeon Song
Colloquium,“The effects of focus on quantifier scope in Korean negation” and Keiko Bridwell “Hwhat did you say?: An acoustic analysis of the whine-wine merger in unscripted Southern American speech”
"Talking Black in America” screening and Q&A panel
Angelina Rubina, Mila Tasseva-Kurktchieva
Additive Dialect Workshop
Price L. Lassahn-Worrell
Colloquium, "Aural You Crazy? Revisiting Leow et al. (2008) in the Aural Mode"