Conferences & Publications 2018-2019

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Conferences

Borges, A.  The 2018 Georgetown University Roundtable - Approaches to Discourse.  WASHINGTON, DC. Semiotics, Semi-symbolism and Comics: A Semiotic Perspective of Mafalda. (March 2018

Borges, A.  The 7th Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Linguistics Conference at Arizona State University. TEMPE, AZ. Animacy and Positioning Impact on the Production of Second Language Referring Expressions. (March 2019.

Borges, A.  VII EMEP - Encontro Mundial Sobre o Ensino de Português at University of Pittsburgh – PITTSBURGH, PA. Bilingual Educator Training: The Case for Instructional Technological Tools. (August 2018.)

Hillman, K.K. (2018, October). Negotiations during the instruction delivery and
reaction-time data in psycholinguistic experiments. Paper presented for the 37th Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) 2018, Montreál, Canada. (October 27, 2018).
 
Hillman, K.K. (2018, October). Exploration of input and oral corrective feedback
in the JFL classroom of TBLT in Japanese Language Education. Talk presented at the annual Fall conference of the Foreign Language Association of Virginia (FLAVA), Williamsburg, Virginia (October 5, 2018).
 
Hillman, K.K. (2018, June). Task-Based Needs Analysis for the US foreign Service Officer. Paper presented for the fourth biennial Task-Based Learning and Teaching (TBLT) conference in Asia 2018, Kyoto, Japan. (June 24, 2018).
 
Hillman, K.K. (2018, June). Analysis of Target Discourse in Developing a TBLT
Module for Delivering Japanese Celebration Speeches. Paper presented for the fourth biennial Task-Based Learning and Teaching (TBLT) conference in Asia 2018, Kyoto, Japan. (June 23, 2018).

Hillman, K.K. (2018, March). From talking with restaurant wait staff to explaining
U.S. policy: Task-based needs analysis for U.S. Foreign Service Officers in Japan. Paper accepted for the annual Spring conference of the American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ), Washington D.C. (March 22, 2018).
 

Hong, Y. & Ross, S. The Development and Validation of a Contextual Interpretation Ability Test as a Measurement of Language Pragmatic Aptitude: A pilot study. Paper Presentation scheduled at Midwest Association of Language Testers, Indiana, USA, Oct. 2019

Damari, R. & Hong, Y. K-12 and university programs in less commonly taught languages: Origins and Strengths, Goals and Challenges. Paper Presentation at National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL) Conference, USA, April 2017

Iizuka, T. (Aug., 2019). Task-based needs analysis: Identifying communicative needs for study abroad students in Japan. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.  
 
Jeong, H. (2019, June). The influence of frequency, exposure, and phonological short-term memory on collocation knowledge. Paper presented at the 2019 American Association of Teachers of Korean (AATK) conference, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 

Kim, S. (2019, March). Non-selective lexical access in bilinguals: A meta-analytic review of masked phonological and orthographic priming studies. Paper presented at the annual American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Tare, M., Golonka, E.M., Linck, J.A., Kim, S. (2018, April). Engaging with stakeholders to develop effective virtual reality training: Simulating second language immersion. Paper presented at the Conference on Language, Learning, & Culture, Fairfax, Virginia.

Tare, M., Golonka, E.M., Kim, S., Linck, J.A. (2018, March). Virtual reality for training second language listening comprehension skills. Paper presented at the annual American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Golonka, E.M., Tare, M., Kim, S., Linck, J.A. (2017, November). Can we simulate language immersion? Second language listening practice in virtual reality. Paper presented at the annual Psychonomics Meeting, Vancouver, Canada. 

Kim, S. (2017). The cross-language activation of Korean and English in a monolingual setting. Poster presented at the annual Psychonomics Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.

Campbell, S.G., Kim. S., Karuzis, V.P., Jackson. S.R., Hughes, M.M., Tseng, A. (2017). Cyber knowledge is here, but not evenly distributed. Poster presented at the annual Hot Topics in the Science of Security (HoTSoS) Symposium and Bootcamp, Hanover, MD.

Park, K.  Task-based analysis of discourse: A case for teaching English for a specific military purposes.   8th International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching  Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.Aug. 20, 2019.
 

Toda Cosi, M. “The Discourse around the 1st of October Vote in Catalonia: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Newspapers’ Bias”. 17th International Colloquium
of the North American Catalan Society. University of Chicago. 25-27th of April, 2019.

Toda Cosi, M. “Spanish Affair 2, ‘Collons!’, The pro-independence movement through the comical lens”, Film Festival with an especial cycle about Iberian Nationalisms at Univesity of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD. 11th of April, 2019.

Toda Cosi, M. “How can we better learn a language’s gender system?”. Graduate Experience, Achievements & Research Symposium. University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD. 27th of March, 2019.

Toda Cosi, M. "Immigrants' identity: the discourse of supporters and opponents of DACA on Twitter". 40th Graduate Research Conference. University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD. 28th of March, 2018.

Toda Cosi, M. Reader for “Performing Glory. The Mystery of Elche on Contemporary Stages” by Dr. Francesc Massip Bonet. Performing the Bible. Christian Drama and the Arts. Bible Museum, Washington DC. 23rd of March, 2018.

Toda Cosi, M. “Toward a common Catalan interlanguage”:—Diálogos XV, The graduate research conference in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, Literature and Culture. Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN. March 2nd and 3rd, 2018.

Toda Cosi, M. Of Books and Roses: 2nd California Symposium on Catalan Studies. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. April 23rd and 24th, 2018.

Toda Cosi, M. La interculturalitat en l'obra de Monika Zgustová” (Interculturality in the work of Monika Zgustová):

Toda Cosi, M. —Diálogos XV, The graduate research conference in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, Literature and Culture. Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN. March 2nd and 3rd, 2018.

Toda Cosi, M.—Of Books and Roses: 2nd California Symposium on Catalan Studies. University of California, Los Angeles, CA. April 23rd and 24th, 2018.

Toda Cosi, M. “Wholesale versus fine-grained transfer of the dative alternation from L1 Dutch and L2 English to L3 Spanish (A study on L3 type of transfer)”, Diálogos XV, The graduate research conference in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, Literature and culture. Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN. March 2nd and 3rd, 2018.

Publications

Ross, S. J.., & Hong, Y. (2018) Mixed Methods Research in Second Language Pragmatics. In N. Taguchi (Ed.), Routledge handbook of SLA and pragmatics (pp. 287-307). New York, NY: Routledge.  

Iizuka, T. (2019 Task-based needs analysis: Identifying communicative needs for study abroad students in Japan. System, 80, 134–142

Jeong, H., & Jiang, N. (2019). Representation and processing of lexical bundles: Evidence from word monitoring. System, 80, 188-198.

Jeong, H., & Lee, H. (2018). The Effects of Two Types of Written Output Tasks on Noticing and Learning of Vocabulary. Korean Journal of Applied Linguistics, 34(4), 75-102.

   Long, M.H., Lee, J. & Hillman, K.K. (2019). Task-based language learning.  In J.W. Schwieter & A. Benati (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of   Language Learning (pp. 500-526). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.