Linguistics Symposium on Romance Languages
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics, Language Family(ies): Romance
LSRL is the premier conference on Romance Linguistics, distinguished by its selectivity and its focus on high quality theoretical and empirical studies of all varieties of Romance languages and their Latin origins. In celebrating its 50th anniversary, our conference branches out from its strong, theoretical roots and lays the groundwork for novel research programs and data sharing practices that continue to move the field forward.
For information on registration and for our complete conference program with full abstracts go to: http://sites.utexas.edu/lsrl50 and follow us on Twitter: @LSRL50.
David Birdsong, “Conceptualizing ultimate attainment in bilingualism and second language acquisition“
Thamar Solorio, “Enabling technology for code-switching data”
Zsuzsanna Fagyal, “For an integrative approach to variation and change in French nasal vowel systems”
Pattie Epps, “Multiple multilingualisms: Indigenous and Romance languages in Amazonia”Workshops and tutorials:
Jacqueline Serigos, “Wrangling linguistic data with Python”
Luis Avilés, “LaTeX tutorial for submission to open access proceedings”
With thanks to our sponsors: The National Science Foundation, The College of Liberal Arts, The Center for European Studies, The Department of Linguistics, The Department of French & Italian, The Department of Spanish & Portuguese, and The Department of Germanic Studies
Organizers : Barbara E. Bullock, Cinzia Russi, & Almeida Jacqueline Toribio