McGill at GASLA 16

Lydia White, Heather Goad, Gui Garcia, (PhD ’17) Natália Guzzo, (Post-doc ’18–’19) Liz Smeets (PhD ’19) and Jiajia Su (PhD ’19) presented a paper at Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA 16) in Trondheim, Norway, May 12-14, entitled Determining prosodic effects in L2 grammars: effectiveness of different methodologies.

There were a number of McGillians present. In the photo: Philippe Prévost (PhD 1997), Silvina Montrul (PhD 1997), Roumyana Slabakova (PhD 1997), Joyce Bruhn de Garavito (PhD 1999), Lydia White, Gui Garcia (PhD 2017) and Liz Smeets (PhD 2019). Also present but not in the photo: Makiko Hirakawa (PhD 2000).

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