David Lutz presenting at ETAP 3

David Lutz will be presenting his paper with Sam Tilsen, Semantic expectation affects prosodic prominence perception, at Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody (ETAP) 3 at UIUC May 28th--30th.

Chelsea Sanker presenting at the Acoustical Society of America meeting in Pittsburgh

Chelsea Sanker was just at the 169th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Pittsburgh on May 21st to present her paper "Phonetic Convergence in Multiple Features," which compares patterns of convergence across different phonetic features.

Prof. Abby Cohn's research featured in the Cornell Chronicle

Abby Cohn's research on minority languages in Indonesia which are in imminent danger of becoming extinct was the subject of an article in the Cornell Chronicle.

David Lutz and Nan Li married

Our graduate students David Lutz and Nan Li were recently married! We all send them our congratulations and blessings.

Okki Kurniawan presenting at AFLA in Hawaii

Our graduate student Okki Kurniawan will present his paper "Nasal assimilatin in Standard Indonesian and Jakarta Indonesian" at the 21st Meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association, May 23-25, 2014, in Manoa, Hawaii.

Abby Cohn's research on Sundanese highlighted in the Jakarta Post!

A great article on Abby Cohn's research on the phonology of Sundanese appeared in the Jakarta Post: here

David Lutz to present at The Mellon Humanities Corridor Workshop in Syracuse

David Lutz will be presenting a paper, co-authored with Sam Tilsen, "Semantic expectation affects prosodic prominence perception" at the Mellon Humanities Corridor Workshop on Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, in Syracuse, on Dec. 8.

Christina Bjorndahl to the 12th Old World Conference in Phonology in Spain

Christina Bjorndahl will be presenting a paper, "The cross-linguistic phonological and phonetic identity of /v/", at the 12th Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP 12), January 28-30, in Barcelona, Spain

Chris Sundita to LSA in Portland

Chris Sundita will be presenting a paper, "Problems in Reconstructing the Proto-Central Philippine Verb Paradigm", at The 89th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Portland.

Hao Yi and Robin Karlin to the Acoustical Society of American meeting in Indianapolis

Hao Yi and Robin Karlin will be going to the 168th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Indianapolis, on October 27th.
Hao will be presenting his paper, "A gestural account of Mandarin tone sandhi" and Robin will be presenting her paper, "The articulatory TBU: gestural coordination of tone in Thai."

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