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PhD student Mike Donovan giving a talk.
A number of UD graduate students and faculty in the Linguistics Department gave talks and presented posters at this year's Penn Linguistic Colloquium (PLC 41).
PhD student Enes Avcu presented his work titled "Experimental Investigation in the Subregular Hypothesis".
PhD student Michale Donovan presented his research titled "General Prohibition: Allow-Deletion by an Imperative Modal in English".
MA student Yaqian Huang presented her joint work with Dr. Irene Vogel and UD alum Angeliki Athanasapoulou titled "The Effect of Focus and Creaky Phonation in Mandarin Chinese Tones".
PhD student Iman Albadar presented a poster titled "Perception of English Lexical Stress by Saudi Arabic L2 Learners of English".
Professor Benjamin Bruening presented a poster titled "Old English Verb Second-ish in a Typology of Verb-Second".
David Rubio Vallejo presented a poster titled "Weak necessity, focus, and interaction with negation".
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