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Linguistics Program

Publications

Both students and faculty in the Linguistics Program are active in research. Their research is published in scholarly journals and presented at conferences around the world.

 

  • Baker, Gary K. & D. Eric Holt. Spanish diachronic phonology. In Fernando Martínez-Gil and Sonia Colina (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Phonology. New York: Routledge (Francis & Taylor). In press.
  • Bezuidenhout, Anne. 2019. Noun-noun compounds from the perspective of Relevance Theory, in R. Carston, B. Clark and K. Scott (eds.), Relevance Theory, 174-186. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 
  • Dubinsky, Stanley & Keunhyung Park. 2019. The syntax and semantics of negative questions and answers in Korean and EnglishProceedings of the Linguistic Society of America 19:1-9. Washington DC: LSA.
  • Ge, L., Liu, Q, & Staples, S.  2019. Grammatical complexity — What does it mean and ‘So What’ for L2 writing classrooms? Journal of Second Language Writing. In Press.
  • Liu, Q. & Wu, S. 2019. Same goal, varying beliefs: How students and teachers see the effectiveness of feedback on second language writing. Journal of Writing Research, 11(2): 299-330. In press.
  • Moreno, Nina. 2019. Type of feedback and assessment task modality: The role of depth of processing. In R. Leow (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Research in Classroom Learning,140-157. London: Routledge.
  • Reynolds, Jennifer F. 2019. A Multivocal Method Modeling Cross-Cultural Research in Multilingual Educational Settings Connected Through a Transborder Migratory Circuit. Foro de Educación 17(27): 91-123.
  • Reynolds, Jennifer F. and Orellana, Marjorie Faulstic. 2019. Transliteracy Practices by Youth in New Immigrant Communities. In I. García-Sánchez & M. F. Orellana (eds.), Language and Cultural Practices in Communities and Schools: Bridging Learning for Students from Non-Dominant Groups, 197-212. New York & London: Routledge – Taylor & Francis.
  • Song, Jiyeon & Dalola, Amanda. 2019. Crossing the Parallel: Effects of Gender and Length of Residence in North Korean Refugees’ Back Vowels. In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
  • Song, Jiyeon & Amanda Dalola. 2019. Linguistic entrenchment and the effect of subjective lexical familiarity in Korean /n/-insertion. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, 4(1), 34:1-8. Washington DC:LSA.

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