S Lecturer HEATHER BLISS along with co-authors Inge Genee, Marie-Odile Junker, and Daniel Paul O'Donnell, published a paper in the inaugural issue of Interdisciplinary Digital Engagement in Arts & Humanities. This open access publication was formally announced at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute earlier this month.
Bliss, Heather, Inge Genee, Marie-Odile Junker, & Daniel Paul O'Donnell. (2020). "Credit where credit is due": Authorship and attribution in the Algonquian language digital resources., Interdisciplinary Digital Engagement in Arts & Humanities, 1(1).
S PhD student BOUCHRA KACHOUB and Professor SUZANNE HILGENDORF were invited to contribute a carte blanche to the online journal Mélanges Crapel: Revue en didactique des langues et sociolinguistique. Their contribution appears in a special dossier on the topic Plurilinguisme et politiques linguistiques et éducatives au Maghreb.
Kachoub, Bouchra, and Suzanne K. Hilgendorf. "Le français, العربية, ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵜ, el español, and now English: Language War or Thriving Multilingualism in Morocco?" Special dossier on "Plurilinguisme et politiques lingguistiques et éducatives au Maghreb", edited by Hanane Benmoktar and Marc Deneire. Mélanges Crapel: Revue en didactique des langues et sociolinguistique. 40.2. Pp. 122-129.
S MA student, SANDER NEDERVEEN presented at the 2020 Canadian Linguistics Association virtual Annual Conference. The title of his talk was "Discourse novelty, Givenness, and EV2 in German."
S Professor MAITE TABOADA presented a talk as part of Abralin ao Vivo: Linguists Online on June 11. In her presentation, "Rhetorical Relations in Discourse and Cognition," Taboada focused on two topics. First, she discussed the space that rhetorical relations occupy in language, and the issue of consensus on a common taxonomy of relations. Second, she reviewed the issue of signal for coherence relations and described the lab's corpus annotation of a broad set of signals.