Saturday, April 22, 2017

9:00-9:30 Check in, coffee, and breakfast LSBE 125
9:30-10:20 Ted Pedersen, UMD Computer Science, “Puns upon a midnight dreary, lexical semantics for the weak and weary” LSBE 118
10:30-11:45 10:30-10:55, Joanna Shoemaker & Dustin Chacón, UMTC, “A resumptive pronoun’s interpretation does not influence later filler-gap processing”

10:55-11:20, John Cronin, Carleton, “Creating the faux-noun: syntax and post-syntax processes behind an accusative oddity”

11:20-11:45, Chase Garcia, Carleton, “Case in Korean: an alternative analysis of case spreading and case stacking”

LSBE 118
11:45-12:45 Lunch Lake Superior Dining Hall
1:00-1:50 Michael Sullivan, Waadookodaading Ojibwe Language Immersion School, “Ojibwe as a Heritage Field Language” LSBE 118
2:00-3:00 Poster session and coffee break LSBE 125
3:00-4:15 3:00-3:25, Luke Carlson, UMTC, “Moral and linguistic perspectives on pain in doctor-patient discourse”

3:25-3:50, Natalie Sidsel Brottman et al., St. Olaf, “Usage of online tools and linguistic outcomes of beginning Norwegian language students”

3:50-4:15, Abby Sheldon, Carleton, “PC account of consonant gemination in Japanese loanword phonology”

LSBE 118
4:15-5:15 4:30-5:20, Chongwon Park, UMD Linguistics, “Rethinking the teaching of grammar from the perspective of corpus linguistics” LSBE 118