Washington, DC, USA

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MADELEINE OAKLEY

I am a PhD candidate at Georgetown University, focusing on Phonetics and Phonology. My research interests include second language acquisition, perception and production of non-native phones, and Laboratory Phonology.

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

MORAIC STRUCTURE OF GEMINATES IN SINHALA ANIMATE NOUNS

Manchester Phonology Meeting; May 2017

NON-NATIVE PERCEPTION OF VIETNAMESE TONE CONTRASTS

174th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America; December 2017

ARTICULATORY STRATEGIES IN ACQUISITION OF THE FRENCH /Y/-/U/ CONTRAST

LabPhon16; June 2018

THE LINK BETWEEN PHONOLOGICAL PATTERNING AND PERCEPTION OF IMPLOSIVE CONSONANTS

LabPhon16; June 2018

PHONOLOGY AND PERCEPTION OF IMPLOSIVES IN GUÉBIE (KRU)

World Congress of African Linguistics; August 2018

ULTRASOUND TONGUE IMAGING AND THE L2 ACQUISITION OF THE FRENCH /Y/-/U/ CONTRAST

Second Language Research Forum; October 2018

LEARNING FROM EXPERIMENT EXPERIENCE: HOW TO RUN PHONETIC EXPERIMENTS IN THE FIELD

ICLDC; February, 2019

LIVING, WORKING, AND SPEAKING WITH THE GUÉBIE COMMUNITY OF CÔTE D'IVOIRE

Presentation at the Smithsonian Center for Folklore and Cultural Heritage; April 2019

SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNERS' ARTICULATION OF FRENCH MID AND HIGH VOWELS

Réseau Français de Phonologie (RFP); June 2019

ACOUSTIC CORRELATES TO CONTRASTIVE TONE HEIGHTS IN TWO AFRICAN LANGAUGES

50th Annual Conference of African Linguistics; May 2019

ARTICULATION OF L2 FRENCH MID AND HIGH VOWELS

ICPhS 2019; August 2019

ACOUSTIC CORRELATES OF STRESS IN AMHARIC: IMPLICATIONS FOR PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

ICPhS; August 2019

PAPERS

 

ARTICULATORY STRATEGIES IN THE ACQUISITION OF THE FRENCH /Y/-/U/ CONTRAST

Second Qualifying Paper

SINHALA ANIMATE AND INANIMATE NOUNS

First Qualifying Paper

ARTICULATION OF L2 FRENCH MID AND HIGH VOWELS

ICPhS 2019 Proceedings

ACOUSTIC CORRELATES OF STRESS IN AMHARIC: IMPLICATIONS FOR PHONOLOGICAL ANALYS

Sande, H., Barzilai, M. L., Oakley, M. ICPhS proceedings, 2019

ACOUSTIC CORRELATES TO CONTRASTIVE TONE HEIGHTS IN TWO AFRICAN LANGUAGES

In Prep: ACAL50 Proceedings

 

TEACHING ASSISTANT, INTRO TO LANGUAGE

Spring 2016

TEACHING ASSISTANT, HOW LANGUAGES ARE LEARNED

Fall 2016

TEACHING ASSISTANT, INTRO TO LANGUAGE

Spring 2017

RESEARCH ASSISTANT; EXPERIMENTAL PHONETICS

Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2019

INSTRUCTOR, INTRO TO LANGUAGE

Fall 2018

TEACHING ASSISTANT, SOUNDS OF LANGUAGE

Fall 2019

INSTRUCTOR, SOUNDS OF LANGUAGE

Spring 2020

EDUCATION

 

BA, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS

2010-2014

BA in Linguistics; BA in French with special honors; minor in Mathematics

MS, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

2015-2017

MS in General Linguistics

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Washington, DC, USA

 
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