Grad Student Presentations and Publications

Martha Austen

  • Austen, Martha and Kathryn Campbell-Kibler. Measuring sociolinguistic perception in real time. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 47. New York, NY, October 18-21. 2018.
  • Austen, Martha. Do posh ducks say qu[ɑ:]ck?: Investigating cognitive representations of dialect variation. Paper presented at Socially Situated Language Processing (pre-AMLaP workshop). Berlin, Germany, September 4-5. 2018.

 

Shawntel Barreiro

  • Shawntel Barreiro. Comparing Salvadoran Spanish speakers in Los Angeles and Washington D.C.: a sociolinguistic analysis of lexical accommodation. Presented at the 22nd Annual Ohio State University Congress on Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics (OSUCHiLL). March 29-30, 2019.

 

Noah Diewald

  • Noah Diewald. Potawatomi overabundance. Presented at The 4th American International Morphology Meeting (AIMM4) at Stony Brook. May 3-5, 2019

 

Alexander Erdmann

  • Alexander Erdmann, David Joseph Wrisley, Benjamin Allen, Christopher Brown, Sophie Cohen-Bodénès, Micha Elsner, Yukun Feng, Brian Joseph, Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe. “Practical, Efficient, and Customizable Active Learning for Named Entity Recognition in the Digital Humanities.” To appear in Proceedings of North American Association of Computational Linguistics (NAACL 2019). Minneapolis, Minnesota. Long paper. 2019.
  • Alexander Erdmann, Nizar Habash. “Complementary Strategies for Low Resource Morphological Modeling.” In Proceedings of the 16thSIGMORPHON Workshop on Computational Research in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology. Brussels, Belgium. Long paper. 2018.
  • Alexander Erdmann, Nasser Zalmout, Nizar Habash. “Addressing Noise in Multidialectal Word Embeddings.” In Proceedings of Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL 2018). Melbourne, Australia. Short paper. 2018.
  • Nasser Zalmout, Alexander Erdmann, Nizar Habash. “Noise-Robust Morphological Disambiguation for Dialectal Arabic.” In Proceedings of North American Association of Computational Linguistics (NAACL 2018). New Orleans, Louisiana. Long paper. 2018.
  • Houda Bouamor, Nizar Habash, Mohammad Salameh, Wajdi Zaghouani, Owen Rambow, Dana Abdulrahim, Ossama Obeid, Salam Khalifa, Fadhl Eryani, Alexander Erdmann, Kemal Oflazer. “The MADAR Arabic Dialect Corpus and Lexicon.” Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2018). Miyazaki, Japan. Long paper. 2018.
  • Nizar Habash, Salam Khalifa, Fadhl Eryani, Owen Rambow, Dana Abdulrahim, Alexander Erdmann, Reem Faraj, Wajdi Zaghouani, Houda Bouamor, Nasser Zalmout, Sara Hassan, Faisal Al-Shargi, Sakhar Alkhreyf, Basma Abdulkareem, Mohammad Salameh, Hind Saddiki. “Unified Guidelines and Resources for Arabic Dialect Orthography.” Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2018). Miyazaki, Japan. Long paper. 2018.

 

Taylor Mahler

  • Taylor Mahler. “Does at-issueness predict projection? It’s complicated!” Poster presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society. 2018.

 

Daniel Puthawala

  • Daniel Puthawala. Stripping isn’t so Mysterious, or Anomalous Scope, either. In Proceedings of the 23rd Conference on Formal Grammar. 2018

 

Cory Shain

  • Shain, C.; and Elsner, M. Measuring the perceptual availability of phonological features during language acquisition using unsupervised binary stochastic autoencoders. In Proceedings of the 2019 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL). 2019. 
  • Shain, C. Prediction is all you need: A large-scale deconvolutional study of predictability and frequency effects in naturalistic reading. In Proceedings of the 2019 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL). 2019. 
  • Shain, C. A large-scale deconvolutional study of predictability and frequency effects in naturalistic reading. Presented at the 32nd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 2019.
  • Shain, C.; and Elsner, M. Computer modeling suggests patterns of perceptual availability of phonological structure during infant language acquisition. Presented at the 32nd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 2019.
  • Shain, C.; Blank, I.; van Schijndel, M.; Schuler, W.; and Fedorenko, E. fMRI reveals language-specific predictive coding during naturalistic sentence comprehension. Presented at the 32nd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 2019.
  • Shain, C.; and Schuler, W. Deconvolutional time series regression: A technique for modeling temporally diffuse effects. In Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP). 2018.

 

Nandi Sims

  • Nandi Sims.  Prosodic Rhythm among African American and Haitian Americans in Miami. Paper to be presented at Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL) 2019, Boca Raton, FL, USA May 30-June 2, 2019
  • Nandi Sims; Tyanna Slobe. T. Swift is comin’ fo ya! : Indexical awareness of the semiotic features of Taylor Swift’s ‘hardcore’ Reputation. Paper presented at International Gender and Language Association (IGALA) 10, Gaborone, Bostwana. June 20-22, 2018

 

Yuhong Zhu

  • Zhu, Yuhong. Exceptions to left-dominance? A metrical analysis of light-initial tone sandhi in Suzhou, Wu Chinese. Presented at the 27th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester, United Kingdom. May 23-25, 2019
  • Köhnlein, Björn and Zhu, Yuhong. Restricting the power of cophonologies: A representational solution to stem allomorphy in Uspanteko. Presented at the 6th Annual Meeting on Phonology, San Diego. October 7, 2019.
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