Handouts and slides

Publications

Proceedings

Conference talks

  • Naomi Nagy and Paulina Lyskawa. (2019). Case Marking Variation in Heritage Slavic Languages in Toronto. 11th Heritage Language Institute. Albuquerque, NM.
  • Theodore Levin, Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero. (2019). Optional agreement in Santiago Tz’utujil (Mayan) is syntactic. The 41st Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS): Workshop 8: Who cares? Contrast and opposition in “free” phenomena. Bremen, Germany.
  • Hanna Muller, Phoebe Gaston, Bethany Dickerson, Adam Liter, Karthik
    Durvasula, Mina Hirzel, Kasia Hitczenko, Margaret Kandel, Paulina Lyskawa, Jacqueline Nelligan, Maxime Papillon, Laurel Perkins. (2019). Gender bias in representation and publishing rates across subfields. LSA 2019, New York City.
  • Theodore Levin, Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero. (2018). Deriving optional agreement in Eastern Mayan. Form and Analysis in Mayan Linguistics 5. Antigua, Guatemala.
  • Theodore Levin, Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero. (2018). Microvariation in Eastern Mayan number agreement. Cambridge Comparative Syntax workshop 7, Cambridge, UK.
  • Paulina Lyskawa. (2016). Heritage language change: Separating attrition from language interaction. 12th Formal Description of Slavic Languages. Berlin, Germany.
  • Paulina Lyskawa. (2016). Converging vs. competing phonology: does code-switching play a predictable role? 45th New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Vancouver, BC.
  • Paulina Lyskawa, Valeria Mordvinova, Naomi Nagy. (2016). Case Marking Variation in heritage Slavic Languages in Toronto. 11th annual meeting of the Slavic Linguistic Society, Toronto, ON.
  • Nagy Naomi, Paulina Lyskawa. (2016). Moving forward with multilingual transcription. Preparing your Corpus for Archival Storage, LSA 2016 Workshop, Washington, DC.
  • Ruth Maddeaux, Paulina Lyskawa, Emilia Melara, Naomi Nagy. (2016). (Why) is code switching sometimes a predictor of contact effects? Change and Variation in Canada 9. Ottawa, ON.

Conference posters

  • Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero. (2019). A Mayan Diagnostic for the Unergative vs. Unaccusative Distinction. The 42nd Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) conference. Oslo, Norway.
  • Theodore Levin, Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero. (2018). Optional agreement in Santiago Tz’utujiil (Mayan): The effects of animacy and grammatical function. LSA 2018, Salt Lake City. (additional handout)
  • Paulina Lyskawa. William Idsardi, Peter Avery, Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy,
    Joseph Salmons. (2017). Laryngeal realism and Polish voicing. 47th Poznań Linguistics Meeting at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.
  • Paulina Lyskawa. (2017). Zero-vowel alternation in heritage Polish. Tenth Heritage Language Research Institute. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Paulina Lyskawa. (2016). How to turn in into w – phonology vs. suppletion in Set A 1st singular affix. Form and Analysis in Mayan Linguistics 4. Universidad de Oriente, México.
  • Paulina Lyskawa, Ruth Maddeaux, Emilia Melara. (2015). Heritage speakers abide by all the rules: Evidence of language-contact effects in Heritage Polish word-final devoicing. 44th New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Toronto, ON.
  • Paulina Lyskawa. (2015). The ultrasound study of /ɹ/ in non-native speakers. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.