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The call for papers is now closed.
|9:30||–||Breakfast and mingling|
|10:00||–||Morphophological Transfer in Second Language Acquisition: Mandarin Speakers|
|Bonnie Wang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|10:30||–||Age, Memory, and Flexibility in Language Acquisition
|Daniel Ross, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign [abstract]|
|11:15||–||Aspiration of Fricatives and Stops in Perspective: The Case of S’gaw Karen
|Hugo Salgado, Jessica Slavic, and Zhao Ye, University North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|11:45||–||Underling Invited Speaker: Robin Dodsworth, North Carolina State University
|Social Factors at the Inception of Dialect Contact: The reversal of the Southern Vowel Shift in Raleigh, NC [abstract]
|12:45||–||Lunch at McAlister’s Deli, 205 E. Franklin Street|
|2:45||–||Pattern Structure in Learning Across Domains|
|Elliott Moreton and Katya Pertsova, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [handout]|
|3:15||–||Tone Change Reduplication in Vietnamese: The Emergence of the Unmarked vs. *Echo
|Phuong Dang, California State University, Fresno [abstract]|
|4:00||–||Constraints on Written Code-Switching: Evidence from Guaraní-Spanish Jopara
|Zachary Wilkins and Bruno Estigarribia, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [abstract]|
|4:30||–||Keynote Address: Nina Hyams, UCLA
|The Acquisition of Syntactically Encoded Evidentiality [abstract]
|Please join us at Mediterranean Deli, 410 W. Franklin St.|
This colloquium is funded in part by the Nelson Schwab Fund, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, UNC-CH.
This colloquium is funded in part by the Graduate and Professional Student Federation.
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