Category: Conferences

Samejon at May conferences

PhD student Kevin Samejon will be presenting his research at two conferences in May: “Stress-conditioned vowel change in reduplicated and suffixed words: Evidence from Cebuano /u/”, a poster at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS31), hosted by the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa “Acoustic and social dimensions of word-final /z/ production: Data […]


Fraser at SLUgS Symposium

Congratulations to Kate Fraser, whose work on the Asian Americans in Boston project was accepted for presentation at the UC Berkeley Society of Linguistics Undergraduate Students (SLUgS) 6th Annual Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium! The title of the presentation is “Listener perception and identification of Asian American Speech”. Brava, Kate!

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PAMLab at LSA 2022

Labbies were active at this weekend’s 96th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2022): PhD student Megan Brown gave the talk “Regressive cross-linguistic influence in multilingual speech program: The primacy of typological similarity” (co-authored with Prof. Chang) in the Friday morning Bilingualism session, and PhD student Felix Kpogo gave the poster “A […]

Chang at 29mfm

Prof. Chang will be one of the invited speakers at the upcoming 29th Manchester Phonology Meeting (29mfm), participating in the special session on Second Language Phonology and Phonological Theory along with Prof. Ellen Broselow and Prof. Dr. Ellen Simon. He will speak about “Viewing phonological knowledge through the lens of sequential bilingualism”.

Fraser at UROP Symposium

Summer RA Kate Fraser (CAS ’22) presented a poster (“Listener perception and identification of Asian American speech”) at the 24th annual Boston University UROP Symposium on Friday, October 22 (11am-1pm, GSU Metcalf Ballroom). Congratulations to Kate!

Chang at PLM2021

This weekend, Prof. Chang will be one of the plenary speakers at the 50th Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM2020/2021). The title of his presentation is “Similarity in multilingual development and attrition”.

PAMLab at Psychonomics 2021

Lab alum Dominique Lopiccolo and Prof. Chang will be presenting a poster entitled “Cultural factors weaken but do not reverse left-to-right spatial biases in numerosity processing: Data from readers of Arabic and English” at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society (Psychonomics 2021) later this year. Congratulations to them!

PAMLab at NWAV49

Congratulations to lab affiliates on their acceptances to the 49th meeting of New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV49): PhD student Danielle Dionne and Prof. Chang will be giving a talk entitled “Linguistic unity and diversity among Asian Americans in Boston”. Prof. Erker will be giving a talk entitled “Filled pauses and the conservative contours of […]


PAMLab at LSA 2021

The lab will be represented at this weekend’s virtual Linguistic Society of America Meeting by PhD student Felix Kpogo, who will be presenting the poster “Developmental variation in production of complex-simplex stop contrasts in Ga” (coauthored with Prof. Chang) in the Friday afternoon Language Acquisition poster session (2pm PST / 5pm EST, Poster Room 2).