Ohio State Linguistics graduate students have been continuing to present and publish their work in venues around the world, even as presentation venues have all been virtual. Read below for some of their recent work.
- Tseng, Y., Hsieh, S., Chen, P., and Court, S. 2020. Computational Modeling of Affixoid Behavior in Chinese Morphology. 28th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2020).
- Johnson, M. B. 2020. Ongoing subject marker loss in Kihehe. 50th Colloquium on African Languages and Linguistics.
Karim, S. The Diachrony of Central Kurdish Applicative Markers. SLE2020. WS 6: Neglected syntactic functions and non-syntactic functions of Applicative Morphology.
Marr, C and Mortensen, D. 2020. Computerized Forward Reconstruction for Analysis in Diachronic Phonology, and Latin to French Reflex Prediction. Language Technologies for Historical and Ancient Languages (LT4HALA).
Marr, C. 2020. The Means and the Ends of Latinization in Gallia. Invited presentation at Herodotos Project 2020: Ethnohistory and Digital Science – A Virtual Conference, The Ohio State University, 7 November 2020.
Shain, C. and Elsner, M. Acquiring language from speech by learning to remember and predict. 2020. Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL) 2020
Jaffe, E., Shain C., and Schuler W. 2020. Coreference information guides human expectations during natural reading. 28th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2020).
Tuckute, G., Shain, C., Blank, I., Wang, C., and Fedorenko, E. 2020. Linguistic and conceptual processing are dissociated during sentence comprehension. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 2020.
Mollica, F., Shain, C., Affourtit, J., Kean, H., Siegelman, M., and Fedorenko, E. 2020. Another look at the constituent structure of sentences in the human brain. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 2020.
Shain, C. 2020. Studying how language comprehension unfolds over time. Invited talk (online) at Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. September 16, 2020.
Shain, C. 2020. Prediction and memory in human language comprehension: Evidence from naturalistic fMRI. Invited talk (online) at Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University. December 7, 2020.
Morphosyntactic Variation, Social Structure, and Identity Development Among Black Middle Schoolers. Invited Talk at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Online. October 27 2020.
Jenny Davis; Nandi Sims, Ashlee Dauphinais, Juan Rosas, Tyanna Slobe, Rachel Weissler, Keisha Wiel. Making progress while stranded in crisis: Graduate student experiences and adaptations in 2020. Round Table at Raising Our Voices via the American Anthropological Association, Online November 7th, 2020
Thomas, W. The Discourse Effect of Just in Imperative and Interrogative Utterances". At WeSSLLI (the Web Summer School for Logic, Language, and Information, the online version of NASSLI)
- Zhu, Yuhong. 2020. Moraic Footing in Suzhou Chinese: Evidence from toneless moras. Poster presented at Annual Meeting on Phonology (AMP) 2020. Sept. 20th.
- Zhu, Yuhong. 2020. Quantity-sensitive Foot Formation in Suzhou: Evidence from Light-initial Tone Sandhi. Talk presented at 32nd North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-32). Sept. 19th.