QP Fest 2022: The 19th Annual QP Fest
The yearly QP Fest is an opportunity to hear about the work of department Ph.D. students. We encourage all those who have recently completed their qualifying papers to present their work, and we are delighted that this year we can once again hold the QP Fest in-person; there will be no virtual option.
The QP Fest will be followed by an extra special social in the Linguistics Courtyard.
Session 1: Chair — Anissa Zaitsu
1pm-1:30pm: Jiayi Lu, An Adjunction Analysis of Clause Chaining in Turkish
1:30pm-2pm: Adolfo Hermosillo, Extremely Low Resource Neural Machine Translation: Spanish-Wixárika
2pm-230pm: Sarang Jeong, Modeling Parasitic OCP: Evidence from Russian
Session 2: Chair — Nay San
2:45pm-3:15pm: Will Clapp, Talker-Specificity vs. Token-Specificity in Recognition Memory
3:15pm-3:45pm: Bran Papineau, “Sally the Congressperson”: Interlocutor Agency Modulates the Role of Subjective Social Beliefs in Linguistic Processes
3:45pm-on: Social (in the Linguistics Courtyard)