Monthly Departmental Newsletter
Monthly French Newsletter
October 11, 2011
Pause Café at Espresso Royale, (Oregon and Goodwin) 5:30pm, Thursdays. All are welcome!
Armine Kotin Mortimer. For Love or for Money: Balzac's Rhetorical Realism. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press, 2011.
Christopher Carignan just published "Compensatory articulation in American English nasalized vowels" with Ryan Shosted, Chilin Shih, & Panying Rong. Journal of Phonetics 39: 4 (October 2011); 668-682.
Professor H. Adlai Murdoch presented to the Caribbean Philosophical Association meeting, Rutgers University, NJ, September 29-October 3, 2011:
"Diasporic Encounters: The Instantiation of London's Notting Hill Carnival." Also, "The Legacy of Edouard Glissant," as part of a special plenary session, "Remembering Glissant, 1928-2011."
Jean-Philippe Mathy, "'The Big Lie': 9/11 and the Reorientation of Intellectual Politics in France," International Conference on "Ten Years On: 9/11 in European Literature," Oxford University, September 15-16, 2011.
Susan Suleiman (Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University) will discuss her paper "Irène Némirovsky and the 'Jewish Question' in Interwar France." Tuesday, October 18 from 9 to 10:30am in the Lucy Ellis Lounge of the Foreign Language Building
On Thursday, Nov. 3, from 3-4pm in FLB 2090B, Michael Foster will give a talk entitled "Assessing the Effectiveness of Incorporating NS Talk into Speaking Tasks" which he will also present at "Crossing Boundaries: 4th Biennial International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching," to be held at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, Nov. 18-20 (for more information see here).
Stéphanie Gaillard and Jui Namjoshi will give the following presentation at the 2011 Second Language Research Forum (Oct. 13-16, Iowa State University): " 'Good-enough' use of word-order and prosodic cues to structural information in French".
Kate Coughlin will give the following presentation at the 2011 Second Language Research Forum (Oct. 13-16, Iowa State University): "The representation of verbal inflections in French".
Prof. Annie Tremblay and Kate Coughlin (together with Robert Reichle, Northern Illinois University) will give the following presentation at the 2011 Second Language Research Forum: "Sensitivity to short and long agreement dependencies varies as a function of proficiency and working memory capacity: An event-related potential study".
Prof. Annie Tremblay will be a visiting researcher at the Laboratoire de Psychologie et NeuroCognition (CNRS, Grenoble, France) from October 17 to November 30, 2011.
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