The keynote talks are being given by faculty members Peter Jurgec and Sali A. Tagliamonte. Undergrads of ours who are giving talks are:
Angela Baer, Deirdre Demson, and Cedric Ludlow:
"Language reconstructing via noun incorporating: A focus on Proto-Iroquoian."
"Complex nominals in Niuean."
"The Midas touch of sound: How congruent tactile cues enhance auditory speech perception."
Taeho Lee, Chris Klammer, and Sarah Moncur:
"Tonogenesis in Korean: Assimilation of tonal distinction from Seoul Standard dialect to regional dialects."
Kathy Leung and Rachel Soo:
"Phonetic variation in native Mandarin and L2 English stop voicing contrasts."
"Syllabification of harmonic clusters in Georgian."
"A longitudinal study of the early language development of non-identical triplets."
"The dark side of the loon: A sociophonetic sketch of the Canadian English lateral."