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PhD students present at the 38th Penn Linguistics Colloquium!

The University of Delaware's Linguistics PhD Program is well-represented at this years Penn Linguistics Collouquium!

Angeliki Athanasopolou is giving a talk titled "Is there stress in Indonesian?" co-authored by fellow PhD student Nadya Pincus and Professor Irene Vogel.

Zenghong Jia is giving a talk titled "A Non-Movement Analysis of A-not-A Questions in Mandarin Chinese''.

Taylor Miller is giving a talk titled "A Prosodic Analysis of the Word in Kiowa", which examines the number of phonological words found within the long, polysynthetic verbs in Kiowa.

And PhD student David Rubio Vallejo is presenting his research in a talk titled "The counterfactual reading of Spanish haber".

Jane Chandlee successfully defends her dissertation!

PhD candidate Jane Chandlee successfully defended her dissertation titled "Strictly Local Phonological Processes." She was advised by Prof. Jeffrey Heinz. Congratulations Dr. Chandlee!

PhD students present at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America!

PhD students presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota in early January!

PhD student Jane Chandlee presented her dissertation research in a talk titled "The Strict Locality of Phonological Processes".

PhD students Amanda Payne and Justin Rill presented a poster titled "Compound Ellipsis: A Case Study in Gradient Markedness".

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