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LING/COGS Honors Thesis Presentations

Honors Thesis Presenters Abigail Bard, Gabriela Meade, and Ian Stewart

Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Reed 104
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars
  • LING/COGS Honors Thesis Presenters, their Titles and Advisors:                                 
  • Abigail Bard, Periphery Cubed: Breaking Down the Linguistic Homogeneity of Japan, from the Nation-State to the Outlying Islands (Lindsay Whaley)
  • Ian B. Stewart, Now We Stronger than Ever: African-American English Syntax On Twitter (Sravana Reddy and James Stanford)                                
  • Gabriela F. Meade, Homonym processing in monolingual and bilingual brains: An ERP study (Donna Coch)
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Program in Linguistics & Cognitive Science

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