Congratulations to Profs. Chang and Lindsey on receiving fellowships from the BU Center for the Humanities for 2022-2023! Prof. Chang was awarded a Jeffrey Henderson Senior Research Fellowship, and Prof. Lindsey was awarded a Junior Faculty Fellowship.
Congratulations to Prof. Chang on receiving an Undergraduate Research Assistance Grant from BU’s Center for Innovation in Social Science to support student research in the lab in Summer 2022!
Prof. Chang will be giving a talk at the University of California, Santa Cruz, on May 9 in the Phonetics and Phonology Lunch (Phlunch) series. The title of his talk is “Multilingual phonological knowledge in speech perception and production”.
Prof. Chang is in Barcelona this week to present a talk (co-authored with Prof. Yao Yao, Hong Kong Polytechnic University) entitled “Multiple factor analysis of individual differences among heritage Mandarin speakers” at the 10th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech (New Sounds 2022)!
PhD student Danielle Dionne will be presenting results from the Asian Americans in Boston project in a poster (co-authored with Prof. Chang) entitled “Sociophonetic variation among Asian Americans: The role of ethnicity and style” at the 182nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) on May 23. Danielle was also admitted to the 2022 […]
Prof. Chang will be giving a colloquium at Stony Brook University’s Department of Linguistics on Mar. 11. The title of his talk is “Towards a bilingual agenda for research on bilingual speech: Attrition & Drift in Access, Perception, and Production Theory (ADAPPT)” (joint work with Esther de Leeuw).
Prof. Chang will be giving a colloquium at NYU’s Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders on Feb. 22. The title of his talk is “Intoxication and pitch control in bilingual speech” (joint work with Kevin Tang, Andrew Nevins, Sam Green, Kai Xin Bao, Michael Hindley, and Young Shin Kim).
This Friday (January 14), Prof. Chang will be giving a virtual colloquium in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Toronto. The title of the colloquium is “A multifactorial approach to analyzing individual differences among heritage speakers”.
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 […]
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”.