McGill at the 2013 Linguistic Institute

McLingers are participating in the 2013 Linguistic Institute, currently being held at the University of Michigan:

  • Michael Hamilton and Gretchen McCulloch are taking classes as Participants, funded by LSA Fellowships.
  • Morgan Sonderegger is co-teaching a course on Computational Models of Sound Change.

and are presenting at two associated workshops:

How the brain accommodates variability in linguistic representations

  • Meghan Clayards, Eric Schreiber, and Kris Onishi: Shifting speech categorization implicitly: The role of speech and non-speech cues.

Universality and variability in segment-prosody interactions:

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