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Carignan, C., Network analytics reveals patterns in many-to-one articulatory-to-acoustic strategies, Phonetics and Phonology in Europe (PaPE) 2019, Lecce, Italy, June 2019.

Carignan, C., Hoole, P., Kunay, E., Joseph, A., Voit, D., Frahm, J., Harrington, J., Steps of phonological vowel nasality: Evidence from real-time MRI velum movement in German, Seminar in phonetics and phonology: Speech variation, language change, and computational modelling, Venice, Italy, May 2019.

Carignan, C., Sherwood, S., & Mailhammer, R. The phonetics of Middle English <au> before nasals: diphthong or nasalized monophthong?, The Eleventh International Conference on Middle English (ICOME 11), Florence, Italy, February 2019.

Carignan, C., Shaw, J., Agostini, T., Mailhammer, R., Harvey, M., & Derrick, D., A temporal ultrasound study of lenition in Iwaidja, Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, New York City, New York, January 2019.

Carignan, C. Using naïve imitation to investigate listener-based sound change, LabPhon16, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2018.

Carignan, C., Hoole, P., Kunay, E., Pouplier, M., Harrington, J., & Frahm, J. Using functional linear mixed models and generalized additive mixed models to identify spatial regions of vocal tract variation, LabPhon16 satellite event: "New Developments in Speech Sensing and Imaging", Lisbon, Portugal, June 2018.

Carignan, C. On the naturalness of the nasal vowel counter-clockwise chain shift: An articulatory examination of the acoustic effects of velum lowering, XIV AISV Conference (Speech in the Natural Context: Models and Methods for the Analysis of Speech Under Real Communicative Conditions), Free University of Bozen, Bolzano, Italy, January 2018.

Carignan, C. The linguistic time machine: Towards recreating sound change in the laboratory, Workshop on the Regularity Principle in Sound Change, Universität zu Köln, Cologne, Germany, July 2017.

Carignan, C. Gradiency in (mis)perception of articulatory co-variation: Naïve listener imitations of native articulatory strategies, 3rd International Workshop on Dynamic Modeling, Universität zu Köln, Cologne, Germany, July 2017.

Kember, H., Carignan, C., & Kalashnikova, M. Love at first sound: Can the way the Bachelorette speaks predict who will win her heart?, Experimental Psychology Conference 2016, Melbourne, Australia, April 2016.

Carignan, C., & Mielke, J. Multivariate analysis of articulatory-acoustic relationship in Southern American English vowels, 46th annual conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, Parramatta, Australia, December 2015.

Mielke, J., Thomas, E. R., & Carignan, C. Using ultrasound articulatory signals to investigate the phonetic motivations of English /æ/ tensing, 170th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Jacksonville, FL, November 2015.

Carignan, C., Mielke, J., & Dodsworth, R. Temporal dynamics of /æ/ tensing in North American English: An ultrasound study, Methods in Dialectology XV, Groningen, the Netherlands, August 2014.

Mielke, J., Carignan, C., & Dodsworth, R.. A study of tongue trajectories for English /æ/ using articulatory signals automatically extracted from lingual ultrasound video, 168th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Indianapolis, IN, October 2014.

Mielke, J. & Carignan, C. Ultrasound + corpus study of phonetically-motivated North American French and English, Ultrafest VI, Edinburgh, Scotland, November 2013.

Carignan, C., Shosted, R., Fu, M., Liang, Z.-P., & Sutton, B. The role of the tongue and pharynx in enhancement of vowel nasalization: A real-time MRI investigation of French nasal vowels, INTERSPEECH 2013, Lyon, France, August 2013.

Carignan, C. Oral articulation of nasal vowels in French, International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) XVII, Hong Kong, China, August 2011.

Carignan, C. Oral articulation of French nasal vowels, Speech Production Workshop, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, Urbana, Illinois, May 2011.

Carignan, C., Shosted, R., Shih, C., & Rong, P. Lingual response to vowel nasalization, Conference on Phonetic Universals, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany, October 2010.

Carignan, C., Shosted, R., Shih, C., & Rong, P. Oral co-articulatory response to vowel nasalization, UIUC linguistics colloquium, UIUC, Champaign, Illinois, September 2010.

Carignan, C., Shosted, R., Shih, C., & Rong, P. Lingual co-articulation of nasalized vowels in American English, Illinois Speech Day, Toyota Technological Institute, Chicago, Illinois, May 2010.

Carignan, C. & Fagyal, Z. Vowel harmony more like umlaut? V-to-V assimilation in trisyllabic words in French, 39th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Tucson, Arizona, March 2009.