Presentations

Talking at PhoNE 2018 – photo by Jelena Stojković.

2019

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2019. Parsing feet in Directional Harmonic Serialism.
    Talk at PhoNE 2019. Yale University. April 13.
    Handout.
  • Hughto, Coral, Andrew Lamont, Brandon Prickett, & Gaja Jarosz. 2019. Learning exceptionality and variation with lexically scaled MaxEnt.
    Talk at Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL) 2019. New York, NY. January 4. Paper-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2019. Sour Grapes is phonotactically complex.
    Poster at LSA 2019 Annual Meeting. New York, NY. January 3. Abstract-reviewed.
    Poster. Handout. Code.

2018

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2018. Majority Rule in Harmonic Serialism.
    Poster at AMP 2018. University of California San Diego. October 6. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2018. Precedence is pathological: Majority Rule in Harmonic Serialism.
    Poster at 26mfm. University of Manchester. May 25. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2018. Precedence is pathological: The problem of alphabetical sorting.
    Poster at WCCFL 36. University of California, Los Angeles. April 21. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2018. Precedence is pathological.
    Talk at PhoNE 2018. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. March 31.
  • Lamont, Andrew & Jonathan North Washington. 2018. Turkic Nasal Harmony as Surface Correspondence.
    Talk at 42nd Annual Penn Linguistics Conference. University of Pennsylvania. March 24. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2018. Decomposing phonological transformations in serial derivations.
    Poster at SCiL 2018. Salt Lake City, UT. January 5. Paper-reviewed.

2017

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2017. Subsequential steps to unbounded tonal plateauing.
    Talk at NECPHON 2017. Stony Brook University. October 21.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2017. Drawing the krtań: Laryngeal alternations in Polish.
    Poster at 2017 Annual Meeting on Phonology. New York University. September 16. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2017. The small matter of the Afrikaans diminutive.
    Poster at LSA 2017 Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. January 7. Abstract-reviewed.

2016

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2016. The small matter of the Afrikaans diminutive.
    Talk at Afrikaans Grammar Workshop. Johannesburg, South Africa. August 25. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Can Liu, Wen Li, Bradford Demarest, Yue Chen, Sara Couture, Daniel Dakota, Nikita Haduong, Noah Kaufman, Andrew Lamont, Manan Pancholi, Kenneth Steimel, & Sandra Kübler. 2016. IUCL: An Ensemble Model for Stance Detection in Twitter.
    Poster at 10th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2016). San Diego, CA. June 16. Paper-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew & Jonathan North Washington. 2016. Phylogenetic simulations over constraint-based grammar formalisms.
    Poster at 2016 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Student Research Workshop. San Diego, CA. June 13. Paper-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew & Julie Auger. 2016. Frequency, predictability, and variation in Picard vowel epenthesis.
    Poster at Corpus Linguistics Fest 2016. Indiana University. June 10. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2016. Typological obstacles for gradualness.
    Talk at IULC Spring Conference. Indiana University. April 9. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2016. Typological obstacles for gradualness – Evidence from Musey, Bari, and Afrikaans.
    Talk at ACAL 47. University of California, Berkeley. March 24. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2016. Implications of a typology of progressive place assimilation.
    Poster at LSA 2016 Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. January 8. Abstract-reviewed.

    Earned LSA Student Abstract Award 2nd place.

2015

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2015. How unifiable are local and long-distance place assimilation?
    Poster at MidPhon 20. Indiana University. September 11. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew & Jonathan Washington. 2015. Comparing distance metrics for Optimality Theoretic grammars.
    Poster at Workshop on Computational Phonology and Morphology. University of Chicago. July 11. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2015. Lateral place assimilation in Kuman.
    Talk at 12th Workshop in General Linguistics. University of Wisconsin-Madison. April 11. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2015. Deriving the distribution of laterals in homorganic clusters.
    Poster at IULC Spring Conference. Indiana University. April 3. Abstract-reviewed.

2014

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2014. Directionality and the Coda Condition.
    Poster at Annual Meeting of Phonology 2014. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. September 20. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2014. Towards a typology of the Coda Condition.
    Poster at 19th Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference. University of Wisconsin-Madison. September 12. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Kazagashewa, Uliana, Maike Mueller, Malgorzata Cavar, Damir Cavar, Andrew Lamont, & Sarah Fox. 2014. Morphological grammars and computational analyzers / generators for the documentation of indigenous / endangered languages.
    Poster at Morphology Fest. Indiana University. June 20. Abstract-reviewed.
  • Lamont, Andrew. 2014. A bijective account of the Coda Condition.
    Poster at Eighth North American Phonology Conference. Concordia University. May 9. Abstract-reviewed.

Invited Talks

  • Lamont, Andrew. 2018. What counting and sorting tell us about phonological theory. Swarthmore College. March 23.