new-linguistics papers and talks

Papers

2014. “Combining successor and predecessor frequencies to model truncation in Brazilian Portuguese”. Technical report: TR- 2014-15, Department of Computer Science, University of Chicago.
to appear. “Unifying the semantics of classifiers and class terms in Vietnamese”. Proceedings of the 14th Texas Linguistic Society conference
2011. “Idiomatic Root Merge in Modern Hebrew blends“. Proceedings of the Arizona Linguistics Circle 4, Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics 18.1: Linguistics Circle, Tucson.

 

Talks

  • Pham, Mike and Jackson L. Lee. Jan 2015. “Combining successor and predecessor frequencies to model truncation in Brazilian Portuguese”. The 89th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Portland, OR
  • Pham, Mike and Jackson L. Lee and Bruna de Costa Moreira. May 2014. “Modeling Brazilian Portuguese truncation by successor and predecessor frequencies”. Midwest Speech and Language Days 2014, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. [poster]
  • “Unifying the semantics of classifiers and class terms in Vietnamese”. TLS 14; Austin (Nov 2013)
  • “Classifiers and class terms: how to have your subkind and count it too”. Countability Workshop; Düsseldorf (September 2013).
  • “The emergence of classifiers from class term compounds in Vietnamese”. SEALS 23; Bangkok (May 2013).
  • “Class term compounding as a semantic bleaching process in classifier emergence”. Systematic Semantic Change workshop; Austin (April 2013).
  • “Class(ifier) mobility: emergence of classifiers from compounds”. 87th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America; Boston (January 2013).
  • “Category-free classification in Vietnamese compounds”. 17th LIPP Symposium on Parts of Speech across Languages, in Acquisition, Mind and Brain; Munich, Germany (July 2012).
  • “Idiomatic Root Merge in Modern Hebrew blends.” 4th Arizona Linguistics Circle Conference; University of Arizona, Tucson (October 2010).
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