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College of Arts & Sciences
Linguistics Program


Student Research Symposium (SRS)


Friday, March 24, 2017 - 3:30pm

GSLING presentations

3:30 - 6:30 pm

Humanities Classroom 202 

(See PDF of poster below)

 

BROWN BAG DISCUSSIONS

3:30

Ruthanne Hughes, Linguistics Program

Interruptions and Overlap in the ESL Classroom

3:50

John McCullough, Linguistics Program

“Kek” Magic:” The Role of Cryptolect in the Resurrection of the Alt-Right

PRESENTATIONS

4:10

Laura Redden, Linguistics Program

The Construction of Race and Identity in the Stand-Up Comedy of Margaret Cho and George Lopez

4:40

Jiyeon Song, Linguistics Program

Loanword Adaptation of Northern Kyungsang Korean

5:00

Break

5:10

Michael Highlander, Linguistics Program

The Origin of Scandinavian Accent

5:30

Peter Nelson, Linguistics Program

Verb classes, Animacy, and Sentence Processing in First and Second Language

5:50

Danielle Fahey, Linguistics Program

Asymmetric Binarity as a Cognitive Universal: The Rhythm of Syntactic Structure

6:10

Elena Galkina, Linguistics Program

Vowel production in Aphasia and Apraxia of Speech


PDF icon SRS Spring 2017 Poster-revised.pdf