Linguistics Fridays: Discussion of Cohen & Gleason lenition paper
September 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The first Linguistics Friday meeting of the Fall semester will be an online discussion of a recent paper by Uriel Cohen and Emily Gleason:
“The causal structure of lenition: A case for the causal precedence of durational shortening,” Language 96.2: 413-448.
The paper can be accessed through Memorial Library or directly via the project MUSE:
A link to join the meeting will be sent to all Linguistics students and LangSci faculty via our email list. Contact Becky Shields if you would like to be added to the Language Sciences event guest mailing list to join this and other Linguistics Fridays online events.