Rachel Walker and Yifan Yang presented a talk at the OCP 2019 in Verona titled: “Combinative Markedness in Three-consonant Clusters,” reporting on their recent research on the Ladin language.
Sandy Disner was invited to be the featured speaker in the National Academy of Sciences’ Distinctive Voices Lecture Series on December 5th. Sandy’s talk was entitled “Linguistics in Legal Disputes.”
The current issue of Linguistic Inquiry has a USC double-feature: Stefan Keine with “Selective Opacity” and Stephanie Shih & Sharon Inkelas with “Autosegmental Aims in Surface-Optimizing Phonology.” Check them out!
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This week, in the USC Linguistics department…
On Tuesday (01/29) at 9:30am in the Conference Room: Psycholinguistics Lab Meeting! Daniel Plesniak will present “Correlations of judgements in pronominal binding and quantifier scope.”
On Thursday (01/31) at 11am in the Conference Room: PhonLunch! Reed Blaylock will present.