Anya Lunden is currently giving a series of presentations in Europe.
She recently presented at the Manchester Phonology Meeting with student Anna Marry. The title of their presentation was “Effects of stress-based rhythm on unstressed syllables”. Check out the photos below!
Coming up in June, Anya will be giving not one, but two presentations at Phonetics and Phonology in Europe. The first presentation is a joint talk with recent William & Mary Linguistics graduate Kelsey Renoll titled “Position and stress as factors in metathesis. This talk with Kelsey comes out of work from a Summer Research Grant from the William & Mary Charles Center and a followup independent study. The title of her second presentation is “Phonetic motivation for final stress lapse”.
In between conferences, Anya will be a visiting lecturer at the University of Kent, where she will also be giving a talk on the Research Day titled “Explaining final stress lapse. To top it off, she’ll be giving a seminar on stress theory to MA and Ph.D. students!