Zhang at AMLaP 2021
Yuhan Zhang gave a talk titled "A noisy-channel explanation for depth-charge illusions" (joint work with Rachel Ryskin and Edward Gibson) at Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2021 (AMLaP), hosted at the Université de Paris, France on September 2-4.
Harvard at ECIEC
Over the summer, two graduate students in our department, Niels Kuehlert and Zach Rothstein-Dowden, gave talks at the 40th East Coast Indo-European Conference (ECIEC), held on June 17-19, co-hosted by Virginia Tech and Cornell University, held virtually. ECIEC abstracts are limited to invitation only submissions.
- Niels Kuehlert: "‘Compensatory diphthongization’ in Ancient Greek dialects"
- Zach Rothstein-Dowden: "On the numeral cha ‘6’ in Middle and New Indo-Aryan"
ECIEC also featured talks from our professors:
- Jay Jasanoff: "Vedic dháya-, citáya- and an Indo-Iranian sound law"
- Jeremy Rau: "PY Aq 64 ]re-wi-jo-te"
Spring 2021 Teaching Awards
The following Harvard Linguistics members received awards from the Bok Center for their teaching in Spring 2021:
- Certificate of Distinction in Teaching:
- Certificates of Teaching Excellence: