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Three Berkeley linguists are giving two presentations at the 28th Annual CUNY [sic] Conference on Human Sentence Processing, to be hosted at the University of Southern California on March 19-21:
- Susanne Gahl, "Phonetic detail as a source of psycholinguistic data"
- Clara Cohen and Shinae Kang, "Perception, probability, and paradigm structure"
This just in:
- Susan Lin and Katherine Demuth, "Children's acquisition of English onset and coda /l/: Articulatory evidence", Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (2015) 13-27
- Colloquium (M 3-4:30, 370 Dwinelle)
- March 16: Douglas Pulleyblank (University of British Columbia), "Allomorphs in a connected world"
- Center for Jewish Studies (talk location: Magnes Collection, 2121 Allston Way)
- W March 18, 7 pm: Sarah Benor (HUC-JIR), "Mensch, Bentsh, and Balagan: Language as a Marker of Jewish Identity"
- CogNetwork (M 1–2:30, B-4 Dwinelle)
- March 16: I-Hsuan Chen (UC Berkeley), "Word Order Constrains the Diachronic Development of Mandarin 'One'-phrases as NPIs"
- Group in American Indian Languages (GAIL, W 6-9 pm)
- Fieldwork Forum (Fforum, Th 2–3:30, 1303 Dwinelle)
- March 19: Michael Diercks (Pomona), "Object Clitics in Bantu Languages"
- Historical linguistics forum (*dhworom, F 11–12, location TBA)
- March 20: Jack Merrill (UC Berkeley; excellent website here), TBA
- Phonetics and Phonology Forum (Phorum, M 12–1, 1303 Dwinelle)
- March 16: Douglas Pulleyblank (University of British Columbia), "An allomorphy based account of vowel harmony in Nata and Ikoma"
- Sociophonetic Reading Exchange and Discussion (SPREAD, F 1-2, 1303 Dwinelle)
- Syntax & Semantics Circle (F 3:30–5, 1303 Dwinelle)