Invited talks

6 Jul

Upcoming

Previously

  1. May 2015: 23rd Manchester Phonology Meeting, special session on syllables – “Strings or syllables?” references slides
  2. Nov 2014: Pomona College, Dept. of Linguistics & Cognitive Science – “Why do we have phonology?”
  3. Aug 2014: Phonological Society of Japan, Phonology Forum 2014 – ”Biolinguistics for phonologists”
  4. Apr 2011: Swarthmore College, Dept. of Linguistics – ”Animals & language”
  5. Feb 2011: California State University – Fullerton, Dept. of English, Comp Lit, & Linguistics – ”Phonology: why & how?”
  6. Dec 2010: Université de Nice, Laboratoire Bases, Corpus et Langage – ”Primitive operations in phonology”
  7. May 2010: University of Delaware, Phonology & Phonetics Lab – ”Harmony: what’s possible action at a distance?”
  8. Apr 2010: Interface workshop, Syracuse University – (with T. Lohndal) ”I-phrases & PF crashes”
  9. Dec 2009: Yale Dept. of Linguistics – “What can syntax do for phonology? A case study in Basque”
  10. May 2009: UMD Dept. of Linguistics – “Primitive operations in phonology” – slides
  11. May 2008: NAPhC 5, Montréal – “Toppling the hierarchy in phonology”
  12. Mar 2008: Harvard Mind, Brain, & Behavior Initiative – “PF in evolutionary perspective”
  13. Nov 2007: Concordia LSA Colloquium – “Approaching syllables from below”
  14. Mar 2007: Harvard GSAS Workshop on Indo-European Linguistics – “Focusing on topics in Anatolian syntax”
  15. Oct 2004: Harvard LinG & Harvard Celtic Club – “Teanga eile: the return to Irish poetry”