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Tags: Linguistics

Jaume Antuñano:  “Never Forget, Never Forgive: Sites of Memory in Buenos Aires”   Lisa La Cross: “Variation in Future Temporal Reference in Southern France” 
Dallin V. Larsen “Mire usted Sr. González” vs. "Primero Daniel, vos" vs.  “Mr. President”: A comparative approach to the use of personal deixis in Spanish, Argentine, and American presidential debates" Julia C. Hernández “Comparative Historical Linguistics in 16th-century Spain:  Philology and Prestige in Pedro Simón Abril’s Gramática griega escrita en lengua castellana”   
Sarah Lowman, “Román Güemes' Hoy le canto a mi sustento: The Indigenous Kitchen as a Site of Resistance in the Era of Genetically Modified Corn” Bethany Bateman, “Incorporating Oral Narratives as Relevant Data for Linguistic Study”
“Phonological closeness between phonetically distinct vowel phonemes” Standard Italian has seven vowels: /i e ɛ a o ɔ u/. But how strong is the distinction between /e/ vs. /ɛ/ and /o/ vs. /ɔ/? Do people really speak like the dictionary prescribes? Our study investigates the validity of the conventional descriptions of Italian and probes the correspondence between speakers’ productions and their intuitions, with the ultimate aim of understanding…
The Romance Linguistics Colloquium Series is a forum for current research in linguistics by students and faculty. Presenters are typically allotted 20 minutes for the presentation and 10 additional minutes for questions. If you would like to present an RLCS paper, please send a 100-150 abstract to Timothy Gupton. Presentations are typically scheduled on Wednesday or Friday afternoon, but other times may be considered..  Upcoming talks:…

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