Natasha Korotkova’s Talk at Carnegie Mellon University

 

Natasha Korotkova, one of our current PhD candidates, gave a talk entitled “Evidentials and questions” at the invited workshop “Differentiating contents” hosted by the Center for Formal Epistemology, Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday, December 5.

Abstracts for the workshop can be found here.

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Natasha giving her talk (photo courtesy of formerly our own Ben George PhD 2011, currently at Carnegie Mellon Philosophy)

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Ann Ali Dissertation Prospectus Defense

Congratulations to Ann Ali for successfully defending her dissertation prospectus. She is the first person this academic year to do so. Ann’s  work focuses on the intonation of Basque/Spanish bilinguals when code-switching.

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Ann with her dissertation committee after defending her prospectus. Pictured left to right: Bruce Hayes, Patricia Keating,  Gorka Elordieta (on tablet), Ann Ali, and Sun-Ah Jun.