Planned LOC Talks

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All talks for Autumn 2020 will be presented as webinars via Zoom. Live webinars will be held on the dates and times listed below. Updated information about talk titles and information about how to access the talks will be posted throughout the semester.

To attend an LOC talk, please click on the link to register for the webinar. After you register, you will be sent an email with a link to the Zoom webinar and a link to download the talk questionnaire. Both of these are necessary for fulfilling the requirement, so please check your email! Your name.#@osu.edu email is necessary for registering for and accessing webinars. (NOTE: It will not work if you include "buckeyemail" in your email address.)

Live attendance at a webinar is encouraged but not required; captioned recordings of talks will also be made available after each webinar. Once the recording of a talk is available, the link to register to access the recording will be posted on this page. If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation to participate in a live webinar, please contact Dr. Hope Dawson at dawson.165@osu.edu or 614-292-5420 as soon as possible.

Note regarding access to Zoom/registration/recordings (10/16/20):

There seem to be some issues currently with the interface between Zoom and the OSU authentication system. If you click on a link and you are told that you do not have permission to access something, go to http://zoom.osu.edu/, which should take you to an OSU login page. Log in there, and then come back to this page and try clicking on the link again.

Talks in the first half of the semester

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Thursday, Sept. 24, 9:30 am

Ellen Dossey:

'Perceptual adaptation to regional vowel variation' 

Click on this link to register to watch the recorded talk on demand (you will also receive a link to download the questionnaire).

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Monday, Sept. 28, 2:30 pm

Daniel Puthawala:

'Explaining what's not there: The scientific puzzle of ellipsis'

Click on this link to register to watch the recorded talk on demand (you will also receive a link to download the questionnaire).

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Tuesday, October 13, 9:30 am

Kevin Lilley:

'The role of prosody in dialect classification in American English'

Click on this link to register to watch the recorded talk on demand (you will also receive a link to download the questionnaire).

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Talks in the second half of the semester

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Wednesday, October 21, 2:15 pm

John Ross:

'Perceiving phonetic imitation of unfamiliar dialects'

Click on this link to register to watch the recorded talk on demand (you will also receive a link to download the questionnaire).

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Friday, November 13, 3:30 pm

Lauren Squires:

'Genre and expectation: Reading times and social media features'

Click on this link to register to watch the recorded talk on demand (you will also receive a link to download the questionnaire).

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Friday, November 20 (on demand)

Akiko Nagano:

'Finding grammar in English word-formation'

Click on this link to register to watch the recorded talk on demand (you will also receive a link to download the questionnaire).

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