Category: Conferences

Congrats to Michael Fang

Congratulations to rising senior Linguistics major Michael Fang (CAS ’21), whose abstract with Prof. Chang was accepted for presentation at the 45th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 45) in November! Their poster will report on the results of Michael’s UROP research: Michael Fang & Charles B. Chang: “Testing the role of the L1 […]

Congrats to Aspen Bombardo

Congratulations to Aspen Bombardo, whose proposal with Prof. Chang was accepted for presentation at the 2020 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention! Unfortunately, the convention has been canceled due to COVID-19. The proposal would have reported the results of Aspen’s UROP research: Aspen Bombardo & Charles B. Chang: “Variation in production of English consonant clusters by […]

Barnes & Lindsey at LabPhon17

Faculty affiliates will be presenting at next week’s Conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon17), hosted virtually by the University of British Columbia! Prof. Barnes is giving a poster (with Drs. Nanette Veilleux, Alejna Brugos, and Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel) on “Spectral balance and phantom pitch in intonational pitch perception”. Prof. Lindsey is giving a poster (with Christian Brickhouse) […]

Lindsey & Brown at APLL12

Lab affiliates past and present will be presenting at this week’s International Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference (APLL12), hosted virtually by the University of Oslo! Lab alumna Megan Brown is giving a talk on “Variation in Ende word order”. Prof. Lindsey is delivering (with Katherine Anne Strong) an early career plenary on “Sociophonetic […]

Chang at HLRI12

Next week, Prof. Chang will be one of the invited speakers at the 12th Heritage Language Research Institute, to be hosted (virtually) by Penn State. The title of his presentation is “Heritage language phonetics and phonology: What’s next?”.

Barnes at SP2020

Prof. Barnes will be presenting joint work (with Drs. Alejna Brugos, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, and Nanette Veilleux) on “How prosodic prominence influences fricative spectra in English” at this week’s International Conference on Speech Prosody (Speech Prosody 2020), hosted virtually by the University of Tokyo.

PAMLab at LSA 2020

Lab affiliates past and present will be represented on presentations at this week’s Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting (LSA 2020) in New Orleans! Lab alumna Megan Brown is giving a talk, “Grammatical gender acquisition in sequential trilinguals: Influence of a gendered L1 vs. L2”, in the Saturday afternoon session Sociolinguistics V: Multilingual and Monolingual Variation […]

PAMLab at NWAV 48

Profs. Erker and Lindsey are headed to the University of Oregon for presentations at this week’s New Ways of Analyzing Variation conference (NWAV 48)! Prof. Erker is giving a talk in the Friday morning Constraints session: “Is lexical frequency overrated?” (9:45am, EMU Cedar & Spruce). Prof. Lindsey is on two presentations: the first is part of the Thursday […]

PAMLab at ICPhS 2019

Profs. Chang and Barnes are off to Australia to deliver presentations at next week’s International Congress of Phonetic Sciences at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Prof. Chang is presenting results on tone in heritage Mandarin (from collaborative work with Prof. Yao Yao) in the Monday afternoon poster session (2pm, Main Foyer 2 & 3). […]