Diversity

Interdisciplinarity

Intersectionality

"New" New Ways of Analyzing Variation

November 4-6, 2010

San Antonio, Texas

 

 

 

39NWAV

The University of Texas at San Antonio

NWAV 39 will take place November 4-6, 2010, in San Antonio, TX at the conclusion of the second biennial African American Language Conference at the Hotel Contessa on the Riverwalk.

The first full conference day will begin on November 4th. Each day will begin with a session of workshops at 8 am with conference presentations beginning at 10 am (including Thursday, November 4th).  The conference will end with the party on Saturday November 6th. 

This year's NWAV conference theme is "New" New Ways of
Analyzing Variation: Diversity,
Interdisciplinarity, and
    

 Intersectionality.

 

 

 

Below are the students who won prizes for their paper presentations for NWAV39. Congratulations to:

Mary Johnson, The Ohio State University
1st place for Best Presentation in Poster with
Variation in the voseo and tuteo negative imperatives in Argentine Spanish

Laurel MacKenzie, University of Pennsylvania
2nd place for Best Presentation in Poster with
Contraction Beyond the Copula

James Hasty, Michigan State University
1st place for Best Presentation in Paper with
I Might Not Would Say That: A Sociolinguistic Investigation of Double Modal Acceptance

Kyuwon Moon, Stanford University
2nd place for Best Presentation in Paper with
Doing cuteness in Korea: it's about how, not about how much

Amy Wong, New York University
3rd place for Best Presentation in Paper with
Diverse linguistic resources and multidimensional identities of American-born Chinese youths