May 10, 2022
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."