Maya Dewhurst, Lancaster University   Nasality in Greater Manchester: (Aero)acoustics and variation   Variation in voice quality is a socially meaningful phenomenon and plays an important role in acts of identity construction and group membership (Podesva and Callier, 2015). “Nasal voice”, or nasality, specifically, has been found to index a range of social characteristics (Bucholtz, […]

We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, please contact us:   Fritz Breithaupt Germanic Studies, Cognitive Science, and Comparative Literature Indiana University – Bloomington   The Narrative Brain   Through narratives we are able to reexperience past episodes and we are able to transform individual experience into shared experience. To […]

Stop by for a hour-long session with Penn Career Services (a 30-minute chat + 30-minute Q&A), where they will discuss their programs, services, and resources tailored specifically towards graduate students and postdocs. You can learn about opportunities to explore different career pathways, participate in various programs, and take advantage of one-on-one advising appointments. This event […]

ILST Seminar: Sarah Hye-yeon Lee

September 15, 2023
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Sarah Hye-yeon Lee Language and Cognition Lab University of Pennsylvania   Signatures of individuation across objects and events   The physical world provides humans with continuous streams of experience in both space and time. The human mind, however, can parse and organize this continuous input into discrete, individual units. In this talk, I will characterize […]