McGill Linguistics was well represented at this year’s Montreal-Ottawa-Laval-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOLT), which took place this past weekend at the University of Toronto. There were talks by graduate students, undergraduate students, alumni, and faculty (subset pictured below). The full program can be found here.
- Jeffrey Lamontagne – Sociophonetic patterns in Laurentian French vowel fronting
- Misha Schwartz (BHon 2013) and Heather Goad – Evidence available for the acquisition of a subset grammar
- Hye-Young Bang, Morgan Sonderegger, Meghan Clayards, & Yoonjung Kang – A lexical and contextual path of tonogenesis: Evidence from Seoul Korean
- Natália Brambatti Guzzo & Guilherme Duarte Garcia – Frequency of vowel raising and clitic prosodization in Brazilian Portuguese
- Ruth Martinez (BA 2013) – The naïve non-native perception of Brazilian Portuguese nasal vowels by French and English speakers
- Donghyun Kim – Perception and production of English tense/lax vowel contrasts by native Korean speakers from two different dialects
- Heather Newell (PhD 2004) – Illusory strata