The SLS group meets every to every second week in term for approximately an hour (or as long as it takes us to finish our discussions and polish off the cake).
This semester, or regular timeslot will be Mondays 13:15–14, but every third week we will meet on Wednesdays 13:15–14.
Important: this semester will be fully online again. The link to our permanent Zoom meeting is here:
16th September (WED): Organisation meeting. This meeting will, like the rest of the semester’s meetings, be online. Remember, our timeslot is 13:15–14.
21st September (MON): Reading group. We will be reading this paper on language change in appearance of stød.
28th September (MON): Talk or reading group: Andrea or Ohala?
5th October (MON): Guest talk. Kamil Kaźmierski – “Prevocalic t-glottaling across word boundaries in Midland American English”
21st October (WED): Talk – Elisabeth Ludovica Lomholdt – “The secret of Alyssa Edwards’ tongue pop: the phonological and pragmatic categorisation of the tongue pop as a (Queer) linguistic marker”
26th October (MON): Talk. Rasmus [tba]
2nd November (MON): Talk. Laura Bisbo [tba]
9th November (MON): Guest talk. Adèle Jatteau – “”Final devoicing before it happens: a large-scale study of word-final obstruents in French”.
18th November (WED): Talk. Camilla – Investigating the L2 comprehension of morphophonological alternations in Danish irregular verbs and loanwords.
23rd November (MON): Talk. Krestina – “The secrets of LPC”
*** 30th November + 1st December PPDK ***
7th December (MON): Reading group (chapters to be circulated):
- Flege, J. E. & Bohn, O.-S. 2020. The revised Speech Learning Model (SLM-r). In: Wayland, R., ed., Second language speech learning. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108840637
- Flege, J. E., Aoyama, K. & Bohn, O.-S. 2020. The revised Speech Learning Model (SLM-r) applied. In: Wayland, R., ed., Second language speech learning. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108840637
*** 16th December (WED) – stats workshop: Principal Components Analysis ***
MORE for this autumn:
- Gest seminar by Thomas Kettig – “How many vowels does Hawaiian have?”
EVEN MORE: PhD talks by group members!
- 6th October, somewhere between 14:15-16:00 Chris’s PhD talk, “Interactive Technology & Infant Research: Methodological Considerations”
2. 10th November, 14:15-16:00
- (1st talk); Yonatan, “Towards a natural history of stød”
- (2nd talk); Johanne Sofie Krog Nedergaard, “Investigating the Inner Voice: Methods & Pitfalls”