Congrats to the following Berkeley linguists, who will be presenting at the 29th Manchester Phonology Meeting, taking place online from May 25 to 27. More information is available here.
- Maks Dąbkowski: "A Q-Theoretic solution to A'ingae postlabial raising"
- Julianne Kapner: "Affixal and default fixed segmentism: New categories for fixed elements in reduplication"
- Katie Russell: "Nasalization in Atchan: Morpheme-specific harmony"
Additionally, Charles Chang (PhD 2010) will be featured as an invited speaker at a special session on "Second Language Phonology and Phonological Theory."