The 47th Algonquian Conference was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, from October 22th to 25th - and it featured quite a few of our alumni!
Kyumin Kim (Ph.D. 2011):
"The role of final morphemes in Blackfoot: Marking aspect or sentience?"
Will Oxford (Ph.D. 2014):
"Inverse as Elsewhere."
Katherine Schmirler (MA 2015):
"Algonquian quadrupeds: The origin and productivity of *-osw and its place in Algonquian prehistory."
Nicole Rosen (Ph.D. 2007, now at the University of Manitoba) and Carrie Gillon (MA 1999, now at Arizona State University):
Nicole Rosen (Ph.D. 2007, now at the University of Manitoba), with colleagues Jesse Stewart and Olivia Sammons:
"Phonetics of the synchronic Michif vowel system."
Will and Nicole were also the co-organizers of the conference. Way to go, everyone!