Cornell Linguistics scholars were exceedingly busy in Spring 2017 representing the department with a dozen conference appearance.
- February: Mia Wiegand presented her paper The morphosyntax of exclusives and the underspecificity of "just" at the 43rd annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS43).
- March: Simone de Lemos presented her poster I can tell you are stressed: modeling data from Brazilian Portuguese for lexical stress detection in ASR using KALDI at a meeting of the Association for Brazilian Linguistics (ABRALIN). Mary Moroney, Ekarina Winarto, and Carol-Rose Little all presented at the 41st Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC41). Mary presented a poster titled A Semantic Model of Switch Reference in Koasati, and Rina presented her poster Nominalization in Indonesian. Carol-Rose presented her paper A binary feature analysis of Mi'gmaq number agreement.
- April: Ekarina Winarto presented her poster Revisiting Topicalization & Bare Passives in Indonesian at the 24th meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association (AFLA 24). Carol-Rose Little, Todd Snider, and Mia Wiegand traveled to Calgary, Alberta for the 35th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 35). Carol-Rose presented A binary feature analysis of Mi'gmaq number agreement, Todd presented Distinguishing at-issueness from anaphoric potential, and Mia presented Exclusive morphosemantics: Just and covert quantification.
- May: Mary Moroney also presented A Semantic Model of Switch Reference in Koasati as a paper at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS53). Yanyu Long and Sam Tilsen journeyed to CLS53 to attend a special workshop on "Dynamic Modeling in Phonetics and Phonology." Sam was an invited speaker for the workshop and gave a presentation titled Modeling the Transition from Competitive to Coordinative Control. Yanyu presented her poster Articulatory Realization of Nasal Codas in Mandarin and a joint poster with Sam titled Relationship Between Individuals’ Compensation for Coarticulation and Production. Dan Burgdorf travled to Padang, Indonesia for the 27th meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS 27) and presented a paper titled Asymmetry of Glides in Shan.