McGill presenters at MOT

On March 15 – 17 a number of McGill students and faculty will each present at MOT, the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop. Morgan Sonderegger will be presenting joint work with James Kirby titled “A model of population dynamics in phonetic change”. Brian Buccola will present a talk titled “A mathematical demonstration that classic Optimality Theory is expressively weaker than ordered rewrite rules”. Visitor Kevin Russell and post-doc Tanya Slavin  will present “Predicting sandhi effects from syntactic structure in Plains Cree” and Heather Goad and Akiko Shimada will present “Blackfoot /s/”. For a pdf of the schedule, follow this link.

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