McGill linguists were present at the 100th Annual Meeting the Linguistics Society of America, which took place in New York City January 4–7th.

Back: Jeffrey Lamontagne (PhD ’20), Mitcho Erlewine (Post-doc ’14-’16), Emily Goodwin (BA ’19), Laura Kalin (BA ’09), Carol-Rose Little (BA ’12), Irene Smith, Massimo Lipari, Claire Henderson (MA ’23), Nathan Dwyer (BA ’20)
Front: Carolyn Anderson (Fulbright Fellow ’15), Heather Newell (PhD ’09), Lauren Clemens (Post-doc ’14-’15), Jessica Coon

Current PhD student Irene Smith presented “PIN/PEN in Raleigh: Socially conditioned unmerger,” collaborative work with Morgan Sonderegger, Robin Dodsworth (North Carolina State).

Jessica Coon was this year’s recipient of the C.L. Baker Award. Laura Kalin received the Early Career Award, and Silvia Montrul (pictured below) received the Leonard Bloomfield Book Award for her book Native Speakers Interrupted.