Yale linguists present at AMP

Linguistics Lecturer, Chelsea Sanker
January 31, 2022

Three presentations were given by Yale linguists at the 2021 Annual Meeting on Phonology (AMP), held virtually from October 1-3.

Jason Shaw and Natalie Weber presented a paper titled “Situating Blackfoot within a typology of (mobile) boundary tone grammars”.

Chelsea Sanker presented a poster titled “Comparison of coda voicing effects on perceived vowel duration”.

Michael Stern and Jason Shaw presented a poster titled “[tongue fold] as an emergent distinctive feature: kinematic evidence from Japanese sibilants”.

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