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CLiF 2016

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Program


All events will take place in the Social Science Research Commons (SSRC), Woodburn Hall 200 unless marked otherwise below.
Monday June 6
7:30 – 9:30 Registration
8:30 – 9:00 Welcome and Introduction
9:00-10:00 Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Anke Lüdeling), slides
10:00–10:30 coffee break
10:30–11:30 Statistical methods for corpora (using R) (Amir Zeldes), slides
11:30–12:00 coffee break
12:00–1:00 Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Stefanie Dipper) morning slides, afternoon slides
1:00–2:30 lunch break
2:30–4:00 practical session1: Statistical methods for corpora (using R)
2:30–4:00 practical session 2: Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Fine Arts 137)
2:30–4:00 practical session 3: Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Fine Arts 215)
Tuesday June 7
9:00-10:00 Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Anke Lüdeling) slides
10:00–10:30 coffee break
10:30–11:30 Statistical methods for corpora (using R) (Amir Zeldes), slides
11:30–12:00 coffee break
12:00–1:00 Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Stefanie Dipper), morning slides, afternoon slides
1:00–2:30 lunch break
2:30–4:00 practical session1: Statistical methods for corpora (using R)
2:30–4:00 practical session 2: Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Fine Arts 137)
2:30–4:00 practical session 3: Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Fine Arts 215)
7:00–8:30 Evening speaker: Naomi Feldman (Fine Arts 102)
Wednesday June 8
9:00-10:00 Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Anke Lüdeling), slides
10:00–10:30 coffee break
10:30–11:30 Statistical methods for corpora (using R) (Amir Zeldes), slides
11:30–12:00 coffee break
12:00–1:00 Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Stefanie Dipper), morning slides, afternoon slides
1:00–2:30 lunch break
2:30–4:00
2:30–4:00 practical session1: Statistical methods for corpora (using R)
2:30–4:00 practical session 2: Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Fine Arts 137)
2:30–4:00 practical session 3: Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Fine Arts 215)
Thursday June 9
9:00-10:00 Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Anke Lüdeling), slides
10:00–10:30 coffee break
10:30–11:30 Statistical methods for corpora (using R) (Amir Zeldes), slides
11:30–12:00 coffee break
12:00–1:00 Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Stefanie Dipper), morning slides, afternoon slides
1:00–2:30 lunch break
2:30–4:00 practical session1: Statistical methods for corpora (using R)
2:30–4:00 practical session 2: Learner corpora and Second Language Acquisition research (Fine Arts 137)
2:30–4:00 practical session 3: Tools for annotating and searching corpora (Fine Arts 215)
6:30 Informal dinner (Linguist List house)
Friday June 10
8:00 – 10:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:10 Opening
9:10 – 9:45 James Spizzirro: Expanding a theoretical framework for English adjective order
9:45 – 10:20 Joan Palmiter Bajorek: Adjective-Noun Placement Variation in French Twitter Corpora
10:20 – 10:45 coffee break
10:45 – 12:00 Poster session 1
12:00 – 1:30 lunch break
1:30 – 2:05 Michał B. Paradowski: Using Corpus Insights in Specialized Translation. Slicing and Dicing the Language of Food
2:05 – 2:40 Binyam Ephrem Seyoum, Yusuke Miyao and Baye Yimam Mekonnen: Morpho-syntactically Annotated Amharic Treebank
2:40 – 3:00 coffee break
3:00 – 4:15 Poster session 2
4:15 – 4:30 Closing
Poster Session 1
Timofey Arkhangelskiy, Maria Medvedeva Developing morphologically annotated corpora for minority languages of Russia
Kirby Conrod, Rachael Tatman, Rik Koncel-Kedziorski We Who Tweet: Pronominal Relative Clauses on Twitter
Cristina Eluf Corpus Linguistics in pre-service teaching in Bahia communities of practice: challenges, innovation and autonomous learning
Anina L. Kinzel From keywords to discursive legitimation: Representing 'kuffar' in the jihadist propaganda magazines
Julia Kuznetsova Modern Russian history through the New Year addresses
Andrew Lamont, Julie Auger Frequency, predictability, and variation in Picard vowel epenthesis
Chien-Jer Charles Lin Restrictiveness in Chinese relative clauses: A comparison of corpus and experimental data
Jaimie Murdock Darwin's Semantic Voyage
Craig Sanders, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed Personality Prediction through Word Vectorizations
Poster Session 2
Harish Annavajjala, Chirag Chheda, Abhinandan Sampathkumar, Siddharth Jayasankar, Muhammad Abdul-Mageed Cuisine Mining from Social Media
Molly Cole A Cross-Dialectal Examination of Hiatus Reduction
Manuel Diaz-Campos, Gibran Delgado-Diaz, Olga Scrivner A real time comparison of the lenition of intervocalic /d/ in Spanish: Examining the changes in the sociolinguistic profile from 1987 to 2004-2010
Amanda Foster Language and refugees in the UK Press, 2013 -- 2016
Valerie Freeman The ATAROS corpus: Structure and uses in stance research
Jordan Garrett Comu dizemu nu barranquenho: A corpus study of object clitics in Barrancos, Portugal
Jaimie Murdock Towards Cultural-Scale Models of Full Text in Light of Topic Model Sampling Effects
Paul Richards Does NOTHING Transfer? A corpus analysis of second language relative clause development