Penn Linguistics heavily represented at this year’s LSA Summer Institute

Penn Linguistics is represented by a remarkably large contingent of instructors at this year's LSA Summer Institute, taking place at the University of Massachusetts Amherst from June 19 to July 14. The following members of our department are teaching a course: 


Jianjing Kuang (“Introduction to Phonetics”)  

Marlyse Baptista (“Creole Languages: Past, Present, and Future”)

Florian Schwarz (“Experimenting with meaning - A hands on introduction to using PCIbex”)

Florian Schwarz ("Definiteness Systems within and across Languages”; with Dorothy Ahn)

Meredith Tamminga (“Sociolinguistic Variation in Word Recognition”)

Andrea Beltrama and Lacey Wade (“Language, social stereotypes and cognition”)


In addition, a variety of other courses are being taught by Penn alumni, including: Faruk Akkus (“Introduction to Morphology”); Kyle Gorman (“Defectivity”); Rajesh Bhatt (“Advanced Syntax”); Naomi Nagy (“How Universal is Variation?”); Dorothy Ahn ("Definiteness Systems within and across Languages”; with Florian Schwarz). 


You can check out the complete list of courses at LSA institute at here!