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MAR 14, 2013: 4:15 PM
The Phonology of Gutturals. Read more
Coarticulatory variation in Trique tone. Read more
MAR 14, 2013: 2:00 PM
Fieldwork and tone in Mexico. Read more
MAR 12, 2013: 6:30 PM
The Temporal Structure of Perceptual Experience Read more
MAR 7, 2013: 4:15 PM
Factors Modulating L2 Tense Processing: Linguistic Complexity, Transfer, Proficiency, and Working Memory. Read more
MAR 5, 2013: 6:30 PM
Unifying Movement and Adjunction Read more
FEB 26, 2013: 6:30 PM
Developmental Sociolinguistics: The Acquisition of Social Indexing Read more
FEB 19, 2013: 6:30 PM
Anaphoric Strategies in the Extended DP: Partitive Ellipsis and Contrastive Ellipsis. Read more
FEB 7, 2013: 4:15 PM
Evidence from Mina, an endangered Central Chadic language
Co-sponsored by the Endangered Language Initiative. Read more
FEB 5, 2013: 6:30 PM
Proper Names, Sortals, and the Mass-‐Count Distinction Read more