UCLA Linguists at AMP 2016

UCLA Linguistics was well-represented at this year’s Annual Meeting on Phonology at the University of Southern California.

Invited talk:

Bruce Hayes: Varieties of Noisy Harmonic Grammar


Adam Chong: Examining the lexicon in derived-environment effects: Korean and Turkish


Jeffrey Adler & Jesse Zymet: Irreducible parallelism in process interactions
Eleanor Glewwe: An OT analysis of Efik contrastive verbal reduplication
Ryan Sandell: Phonologically driven allomorph selection and variation in the Sanskrit perfect
Yu Tanaka: The correlation between rendaku and accent in Japanese surnames: A foot-based account
Meng Yang: The role of phonological phrasing in Vietnamese lục bát meter
Anthony Yates: Against root faithfulness in Cupeño stress

A number of UCLA alumni also presented their work at AMP.

UCLA Students at CUSP 9

 Two UCLA linguistics grads presented at CUSP 9 (California Semantics and Pragmatics) that took place between Oct. 21 and 22 at UC Santa Cruz. The titles of the talks were:

T. Hendrik Kim: The relevance of logophoric conditions to the interpretation of the Korean anaphor caki

Daniela Čulinović :’Some’, to a degree