November 09, 2020

Special News

  • Congratulations to Maite Taboada on her op-ed in the Canadian Science Policy Centre, entitled "Who is quoted and who is elected? Media coverage of political candidates." Find out more here!

  • Heather Bliss and colleagues published a graphic novel for Indigenous youth entitled "Finding Victor / I'paissamma na Victor." Learn more here!

  • Heather Bliss and colleagues won "Most Impactful Paper" for their abstract submitted to ICLDC7. More info here!


Heather Bliss published an article last month!

Bliss, Heather, and Martina Wiltschko. Stsíkiistsi ki stsíkiistsi: The ubiquity of Blackfoot demonstratives in discourse. In Åshild Næss, Anna Margetts, and Yvonne Treis (eds). Demonstratives in Discourse. Language Sciences Press.

The volume is open access; this chapter is available for download here.

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