Kate Davidson was an invited speaker at NELS 50 @ MIT, talking about "Is "experimental" a gradable predicate?", and Dorothy Ahn presented a talk on "ASL IX to locus as a modifier". (Thanks to Byron Ahn for the photo!)
Dorothy Ahn presented a talk on joint work with Annemarie Kocab and Kate Davidson on "The role of contrast in anaphoric expressions in ASL" at GLOW-in-Asia XII in Seoul, Korea in August. (Thanks to Mitcho Erlewine for the great photo.)
Congratulations to our undergraduate researcher Taylor Joyce, who will be starting the PhD program in Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin this fall! We are very proud of your accomplishments, including being awarded the Donald D. Harrington Fellowship at UT Austin, and her Harvard honors thesis on A Unified Contrastive Analaysis of Lateral Shift in American Sign Language.
Several members of our lab gave presentations at this year's LSA Annual Meeting in NYC Jan 4-6, including Kate Henninger, Taylor Joyce, Dorothy Ahn, Gunnar Lund, Becky Jarvis, Giuseppe Ricciardi, Chrissy Zlogar, and Kathryn Davidson.