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From left to right: Amanda Payne, Kristina Strother-Garcia, Mai Ha Vu, and Hyun Jin Hwangbo
Four UD graduate students gave two poster presentations at the Annual Meeting of Phonology this year, both co-authored with professor Jeffrey Heinz.
Amanda Payne, Mai Ha Vu and Jeffrey Heinz's poster was titled "A formal analysis of Correspondence Theory". Their poster can be found here.
Kristina Strother-Garcia, Hyun Jin Hwangbo and Jeffrey Heinz's poster was titled "Characterizing and learning unbounded stress patterns with a restricted logic and enriched strings". Their poster can be found at here.
Visiting scholar Jeroen Breteler also gave a talk titled "Layered feet laid bare in Copperbelt Bemba tone".
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