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."

Cornell linguists at the Manchester Phonology Meeting

Cornell phonology graduate students Robin Karlin, Marie-Josee L'Esperance, Linda Heimisdottir, and Anca Chereches.

The 22nd Manchester Phonology Meeting (May 29-31) will be awash with Cornellians! We have two papers and two posters among our acceptances; half the PLab will be in Manchester in May. MJ L'Espérance will be presenting a paper "How phonological is liaison?". Robin Karlin will be presenting "Finnish dialectical epenthesis: two distinct types of vowel insertion". Anca Chereches will present a poster titled "No host, no problem: Romanian clitics can form independent Prosodic Words", and Linda Heimisdóttir will present "Icelandic Aspiration: Analysis of Two Dialects." And if that were not enough, a glance at the program reveals that Adam Albright (B.A. 1996) and Niken Adisasmito-Smith (Ph.D. 2004) will also be there

Lab cleanup and bowling party March 15: winning team is still disputed

Phonetics Lab Hike

On October 20th Sam & Abby lead a successful Phonetics Lab hike on a glorious, sunshine-filled Sunday at Buttermilk Falls State Park.

P-lab hikers were joined by family members for a hike spanning the upper & lower sections of the park. Many pictures were taken at bridges and scenic waterfalls along the way, and no one was lost to grizzly bear attacks or alien abduction.

Hikers finished the outing with a tasty Wegman's lunch tray (courtesy of the Linguistics Department) and scrumptious home-made Indonesian dumplings (courtesy of Okki's wife Mega).

Welcome to the world, Anagnostis Sebastian Bjorndahl!

On September 23 at 5:54 AM, little Anagnostis Sebastian Bjorndahl was born to our graduate student Christina Bjorndahl and her husband Adam. Congratulations to the Bjorndahl family!

Welcome to the world, Idris Ashton Butler!

On May 29, 2013, Idris Ashton Butler was born to our illustrious graduate students Becky Butler and Neil Ashton. Congratulations to the whole family!

Peggy Renwick going to University of Georgia

Recent Ph.D. grad Peggy Renwick, who for the past year has been working as a postdoc researcher at Oxford, has accepted a position as an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at The University of Georgia. Congratulations, Peggy!

Lab cleanup and bowling party!

On Saturday, February 23rd members of the Phonetics Lab met in the lab for the semi-annual lab cleanup day, cleaning, organizing, and getting the place in good shape. The lab really does look much better now! People worked hard.

Afterward the hardworking PLABers gathered at the Helen Newman Bowling Center for a bowling party.

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