Detailed Program with Links to Abstracts and Access to Presentations

Welcome to the 3rd NSF-REU ILLC conference! For each session of the conference, please click on the zoom link. To check abstracts, please click on the title of the presentation. Enjoy the conference!

Welcome to the 3rd NSF-REU Intersection of Linguistics, Language & Culture Conference!

Instructions on how to access presentations:

Please click on the zoom links for each session for the oral presentation. For the abstracts of the oral presentations, please click on the titles. For the poster presentation, please click in the right hand column for the link to the abstract, poster and presentation.

Times (left hand column) correspond to Eastern Time (US and Canada).

Enjoy the conference!

INTRODUCTION & WELCOME zoom link

9.45-10Introduction
Isabelle Barriere, Director of the NSF-REU ILLC, Molloy College
Jonathan Nissenbaum, Co-Director of the NSF-REU ILLC, Brooklyn College
Welcome
Audrey Cohan, Senior Dean for Research & Scholarship, Molloy College

ORAL PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 1: LANGUAGE USE & IDENTITY zoom link

10-10.20Jalitza Gutierrez & Simanique MoodyThe Utilization of Gender-inclusive language in Spanish within Social Media
10.20-10.40Danielle Thomas & Isabelle BarriereLanguage and Identity among Jamaicans in New York
10.40-11Rebecca Leandre & Isabelle BarriereLanguage and Identity among Speakers of Haitian Creole in New York
11-11.20Julian Colon & Simanique MoodyPerceived Deficits and Cognitive Dissonance Among Speakers of African American English in New York
11.20-11.35Questions

11.35- 11.45 COFFEE BREAK

POSTER PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 1: DISCOURSE & PRAGMATICS

11.45-12.15Julia Kondratowicz, University of Warzaw & Natalia Banasik-Jemelniak, The Maria Grzegorzewska UniversityThe link between gender and usage pattern of irony across cultures1.1 Link to abstract, poster and zoom
11.45-12.15Ethan Bossuyt, King’s College London & Clyde Ancarno, King’s College LondonAbout the Far Right- A Corpus Linguistic Analysis of Self-Description Webpages of Far Right Groups 1.2 Link to abstract, poster and zoom
11.45- 12.15Luc Henriquez, Northeastern University & Shanley Allen, University of Kaiserslauntern, GermanyFraming Linguistics: the roles of introduction and conclusion sentences in framing linguistics articles1.3 Links to abstract, poster and zoom

POSTER PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 2: LANGUAGE DOCUMENTATION

12.15-12.25Daniel Moore, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine & Jo Ferreira, University of the West Indies, St. AugustineVariation in the Pronunciation of Some Trinidad and Tobago Place Names: A Study in Language Variation2.1 Link to abstract, poster and zoom
12.15-12.25Miya Russell, University of Missouri- Columbia & Michael Marlo, University of Missouri- ColumbiaNoun Tone in Kabarasi2.2 Link to poster, abstract and zoom

12.25-1.15 LUNCH BREAK

ORAL PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 2: LANGUAGE STRUCTURE zoom link

1.15-1.35Joshua Amaris & Jonathan NissenbaumThe Semantics of Existential Interpretations of E-type Pronouns
1.35-1.55Olha Sum & Isabelle BarriereGender and Number in Ukrainian-English Code-Switching by Trilingual English-Ukrainian-Russian Adult Speakers in New York
1.55-2.10Questions

POSTER PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 3: SPEECH PERCEPTION

2.10- 2.40 Jacqueline Canales, Adelphi University, Reem Khamis-Dakwar, Adelphi University & Laura Koenig, Adelphi University An exploratory study of external rating of accented English speech intelligibility in relation to internal ratings of speakers’ comfort and confidence in using English 3.1 Link to abstract, poster and zoom
2.10-2.40Shachaf Zahavy-Mittelman, Western Washington University & Gordon Jantzen McNeel, Western Washington University Transfer Effects of Musical Training to Speech Salient Temporal Features 3.2 Link to abstract, poster and zoom
2.10- 2.40Kaliyah Gowing, Eleanor Roosevelt High School & University of Maryland, Rochelle S. Newman, University of Maryland & ERika Exton, University of MarylandPerceptual Restoration in Monolingual and Bilingual Children3.3 Link to abstract, poster and zoom

POSTER PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 4: SPEECH PRODUCTION

2.40- 3Jacqueline Ritz, Syracuse University & M. Emma Ticio Quesada, Syracuse UniversityIntegrating Anatomical Model and Sound References in the Teaching of the Pronunciation of Spanish and English as a Second Language4.1 Link to abstract, poster and zoom
2.40- 3Kaitlyn Meyer, Molloy College & Hia Datta, Molloy CollegeHey SIRI! Look Up Automatic Speech Recognition!4.2 Link to abstract, poster and zoom

SHORT PRESENTATION zoom link

3-3.05Sudha Arunachalam, New York University & Laura Wagner, Ohio State University
Presentation of CogSci DIY project

3.05- 3.15 COFFEE BREAK

ORAL PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 3: LANGUAGE ACQUISITION zoom link

3.15-3.35Jared Delgado & Isabelle BarriereThe Status of Compounds in English-speaking Children’s Language
3.35-3.55Chandrai Robinson, Hia Datta & Isabelle BarriereImmigrant Jamaican Children’s Accent and their Attitudes when using Jamaican English and Jamaican Creole
3.55- 4.15Sarah Thomas & Hia DattaLanguage Acquisition of Malayali-American Children in New York, Long Island
4.15-4.30Questions

4.30-4.45 COFFEE BREAK

POSTER PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 5: LANGUAGE & EDUCATION

4.45-5.15Noor-ud-din Mohammed, University of the West Indies, St Augustine & Benjamin Braithwaite, University of the West Indies, St AugustineDeaf Students’ Linguistic Access in Online Education: the Case of Trinidad5.1 Link to poster, abstract and zoom
4.45-5.15Shannon Kennedy, Molloy College and Hia Datta, Molloy CollegeTalking to Toddlers: Do Day Care Employees Speak Parentese? 5.2 Link to poster, abstract and zoom
4.45- 5.15Kyle Ng, University of the West Indies, Ben Braithwaite, University of the West Indies, Victoria Mohammed, University of the West Indies & Jessie Sooknarine, University of the West Indies“The Deaf Way to Sign”: Sign Language Ideologies and Their Impact on the Teaching Practices of Sign Language Instructors in Trinidad5.3 Link to poster, abstract and zoom

POSTER PRESENTATIONS- SESSION 6: LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

5.15-5.45Naomi Gordin, John Jay High School, Westchester, Katherine Polchinski, Molloy College & Isabelle Barriere, Molloy College6.1 The Language Abilities of Dual Language Hebrew-English Speaking Preschoolers6.1 Link to poster, abstract and zoom
5.15-5.45Rayna Webb, Trinity University & Jane Childers, Trinity University6.2 Progressive Alignment Helps Young Children Learn And Extent Verbs Even Across Delays6.2 Link to poster, abstract and zoom
5.15-5.45Kayla Spearman, Louisiana State University & Janna Oetting, Louisiana State University6.3 Children’s Receptive Vocabulary as Measured by the PPVT: Effects of Race and Caregiver Education6.3 Link to poster, abstract and zoom

CLOSING REMARKS zoom link

5.45-5.50Isabelle Barriere, Director of NSF-REU ILLC Program & Jonathan Nissenbaum, Co-Director, NSF-REU ILLC Program
Closing remarks