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Itinerary



Taxiing

Carignan, C. (in preparation). "How to build a linguistic time machine in the laboratory (instructions included)."

Carignan, C., Best, C., Scott, R., & Marczak, M. (in preparation). "Articulatory differences between vowels in speech and singing."

Carignan, C., Kalashnikova, M., & Burnham, D. (in preparation). "The effect of vocal tract length on the relation between vocal tract shape and acoustics."

Carignan, C., Vatikiotis-Bateson, E., Murray, G., Whittle, T., Kroos, C., & Best, C. (in preparation). "Lingual, mandibular, and muscular temporal coordination in speech: An EMA and EMG investigation."

Mailhammer, R., & Carignan, C. (in preparation). " 'To Caunterbury they wende' - <au> spellings in Middle English: Monophthong, nasal or diphthong?"

Mailhammer, R., Harvey, M., Carignan, C., M., Shaw, J., Derrick, D., & Agostini, T., (in preparation). "A field manual for ultrasound research."


Departures


Carignan, C. (under review). "Using ultrasound and nasalance to determine oral and nasal contributions to formant frequencies of nasalized vowels."

Frej, M. Y., Carignan, C., & Best, C. (under review). "Acoustic and ultrasound analysis of intervocalic geminate/singleton coronal stop contrasts in Moroccan Arabic."

Ying, J., Carignan, C., Shaw, J., Proctor, M., Derrick, D., & Best, C. (under review). "Which came first, chicken or egg? - Goals of production for lateral /l/ in Australian English."


Arrivals

Kalashnikova, M., Carignan, C., & Burnham, D. (accepted). "The origins of babytalk: Smiling, teaching, or social convergence?" Royal Society Open Science.

Blackwood Ximenes, A., Shaw, J., & Carignan, C. (forthcoming). "A comparison of acoustic and articulatory methods for analyzing vowel variation across American and Australian dialects of English." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.


Mielke, J., Carignan, C., & Thomas, E. R. (forthcoming). "The articulatory dynamics of pre-velar and pre-nasal /æ/-raising in English: an ultrasound study.Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

Nicholas, J., Fagyal, Z., Carignan, C., & Shosted, R. (in press). "Intra- and inter-dialectal differences in the perception of French nasal vowels in Québec." In Romance Linguistics 2014: Selected Proceedings of the 44th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), London, Ontario, May 2014, Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.