Regular meetings are in the Linguistics Conference Room (GFS 330) and on Mondays from 2:30 – 3:30 except where noted.
Link to more information on The Phonetics and Phonology Group at USC.
- Yoona Yee – Articulatory complexity as a factor for phonological similarity: implications for laryngeal co-occurrence restrictions
– Hayeun Jang – Coronality of /i/: From tongue muscles to phonological representation
– John Goldsmith – Battle in the Mind Fields (10:00 am); Colloquium: Learning morphology: An algorithm to learn something about language (3:30 pm)
– Charlie O'Hara – Soft typology of coda place of articulation distributions requires synchronic constraints
– Khalil Iskarous – Phon: A single dynamical theory of representation and computation
– JUMP (Joint USC/UCLA Meeting in Phonology) – Rachel Walker – Partial segment behavior
– Miran Oh – Timing of oral and larynx gestures in ejectives and imposives
– Professional Development Discussion: Dani Byrd – Thinking about authorship and a look at USC Academic Senate's "Guidelines for Assigning Authorship and for Attributing Contributions to Research Products and Creative Works"; Yoonjeong (Cynthia) Lee – Data citation and attributions in linguistics
- Mary Coates – Bimoraicity of /R/ in Standard German
- SCAMP: Southern California April Meeting in Phonology, hosted at USC
- Abstract workshop