Mark Norris talks about about nominal concord and typological research.
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Dr. Claire Bowern: Morphology and Language Change
44:34Discussion with Dr. Claire Bowern (Yale University) on the relationship of language change and morphology. Other topics include Bardi, language revitalization and documentation, the threat of Covid-19 to indigenous speakers/languages. Find her on Twitter at: @anggarrgoon
Adam Ussishkin: Semitic Templatic Morphology
30:30Dr. Adam Ussishkin (U. Arizona) and Dr. Jeffrey Punske (host) discuss Semitic templatic morphology including its theoretic and experimental implications.
Dan Siddiqi: Morphological Metatheory
47:22Dr. Daniel Siddiqi (Carleton U.) and Jeffrey Punske (host) discuss morpholological metatheory and some of the basic assumptions of DM.
Dr. Megan Figueroa: Morphology and Child Language Development
40:29Jeffrey Punske and Megan Figueroa talk about her research on child language development. [Warning: some explicit language]
Mark Norris: Nominal Concord
27:14Mark Norris talks about about nominal concord and typological research.
Karlos Arregi: Distributed Morphology Basics
21:25Dr. Jeffrey Punske (host) and Dr. Karlos Arregi (U. Chicago) discuss some of the fundamentals of Distributed Morphology.
Student Perspectives on Morphology and Field Methods (Anna & Max)
30:44Conversation with SIU MA students Anna Brown & Max Brown on Morphology, Field Methods, and their interaction. (May be some audio issues at times due to widespread lag issues related to COVID-19 crisis.)
Prof. Heidi Harley
36:33Conversation with Professor Heidi Harley covering the basics of Distributed Morphology, Roots, Allomorphy, and other topics.