Justin Davidson writes with a report from the Linguistic Symposium for Romance Languages (LSRL 49), held at the University of Georgia from May 1st - May 4th, where there was a lively Berkeley cohort -- and where all 3 Berkeley grad students were selected to be recipients of LSRL 49 Graduate Student Awards!
- Justin Davidson: Discrete and Gradient Approaches to Lateral Darkness: Sociophonetic Variability in the Spanish and Catalan of Valencia
- Ernesto Gutiérrez: Lexical Frequency Effects on Place of Articulation of Voiced Coronal Stops of Spanish-English Bilinguals
- Gabriella Licata: Language Attitudes in Liguria: Effects of Gender on the Perception of Genoese
- Rachel Weiher: Factors of Lexical Stability in (Inter)Action Across Romance