Congratulations to our department members who will be presenting their work at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in Washington D.C. In January: Peter Guekguezian, Elsi Kaiser, Charlie O’Hara, Iris Chuoying Ouyang, and Caitlin Smith.
Rachel Walker’s book “Vowel Patterns in Language” has just been released in the much less expensive paperback format: http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/languages-linguistics/phonetics-and-phonology/vowel-patterns-language
Roumyana Pancheva gave a talk at the Stanford Linguistics Colloquium on “Flexible repair in Escher sentences” (joint work with Ellen O’Connor).
Here’s what’s happening this week:
On Tuesday 10/20, Reed will present in Phon Lunch on “Velum raising and coordination”. Join us at 2:30 in GFS 330.
Wednesday 10/21 at 7pm: USIL hosts “Life after Graduation” event with graduate student speaker Peter Guekguezian.
Thursday 10/22 at 3:30pm: Tea Time! Last week we played yogurt jenga. What will happen this week? Come and find out!