December 10, 2019

Fall 2019 Poster Session

The Department of Linguistics successfully hosted its biannual poster session last Friday on December 6th. 

Held twice a year in the fall and spring semesters, the poster session provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty members to share their research with the public. 


  • Cross-linguistic trends in speech errors: An analysis of the sub-lexical errors of SFUSED Cantonese
    Professor John Alderete
  • Analyzing bias in news articles: Detecting frequency of criticism towards political entities
    Lucas Chambers
  • The perception of /n/-/ŋ/ in onset-syllable position by native English and Filipino listeners
    Paula Correa
  • Dáa asan súu (You talk now): Turn-taking strategies in one X̱aad Kil (Northern Haida) conversation
    Kelli Finney
  • Production of Mandarin Tone2-Tone3 Contrast: An Acoustic Comparison Between Mandarin-speaking Adults and Children
    Yuchen Li
  • An Optimality Theory Analysis of Diminutive Suffixation of Chengdu Chinese
    Bingqing Yu
  • Who is using the variant of sentence-final particle ya in social media ya55?”: An analysis of user profiles on Sina Weibo
    Yifang Yuan