Executive Committee

Executive meetings are held six times a year with venues shifting from node to node. A representative from each Centre sub-committee attends each meeting. Usually there will be an Executive meeting to coincide with CoEDL Fest and CoEDL Summer School. To find out the date and venue of Executive meetings, consult the CoEDL Events Google Calendar.

The Committee Members

Anne Cutler

Anne Cutler

  • Program: Processing
  • Institution: Western Sydney University

Recent Publications

  1. Cross-language data on five types of prosodic focus

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip, and Anne Cutler. May 2016. "Cross-language data on five types of prosodic focus". In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, Boston.

  2. Processing advantages for focused words in Korean

    Bibliography

    Heather Kember, Jiyoun Choi, and Anne Cutler. June 2016. "Processing advantages for focused words in Korean". In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, Boston.

  3. Language-specificity in speakers’ strategies of focus expression

    Bibliography

    Martin Ip, and Anne Cutler. July 2016. "Language-specificity in speakers’ strategies of focus expression". In Abstracts of Laboratory Phonology, Ithaca, New York.

  4. Uptalk interpretation as a function of listening experience

    Bibliography

    Y Asano, C Yuan, A Grohe, A Weber, M Antoniou, and Anne Cutler. 2020. "Uptalk interpretation as a function of listening experience". In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2020, 735-739. Tokyo.

  5. No L1 privilege in talker adaptation

    Bibliography

    Laurance Bruggeman, and Anne Cutler. 2020. "No L1 privilege in talker adaptation." Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 23 (3): 681-693. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1366728919000646.

Nicholas Evans Director (Chair)

Nicholas Evans

  • Title: Director (Chair)
  • Program: Shape/Evolution
  • Institution: The Australian National Unviersity

Recent Publications

  1. The Oxford Handbook of Polysynthesis

    Bibliography

    Michael Fortescue, Marianne Mithun, and Nicholas Evans. November 2017. The Oxford Handbook of Polysynthesis. : Oxford University Press.

  2. Artist Sally Gabori had a language of her own.

    Bibliography

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  3. The last speaker is dead – long live the last speaker!

    Bibliography

    Evans, Nicholas. June 2001. "The last speaker is dead – long live the last speaker!". In Linguistic Field Work, 250–281. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  4. A life of polysynthesis: Hans-Jürgen Sasse (1943–2015)

    Bibliography

    Nicholas Evans, Nikolaus P. Himmelmann, and Dejan Matić. January 2015. "A life of polysynthesis: Hans-Jürgen Sasse (1943–2015)." Linguistic Typology. 19 (2) doi: 10.1515/lingty-2015-0010.

  5. Typologies of agreement: some problems from Kayardild

    Bibliography

    Nicholas Evans. August 2003. "Typologies of agreement: some problems from Kayardild." Transactions of the Philological Society. 101 (2): 203–234. doi: 10.1111/1467-968x.00118.

Rachel Nordlinger

Rachel Nordlinger

  • Program: Shape
  • Institution: The University of Melbourne

Recent Publications

  1. Linguistic diversity in first language acquisition research: Moving beyond the challenges

    Bibliography

    Barbara Kelly, William Forshaw, Rachel Nordlinger, and Gillian Wigglesworth. October 1, 2015. "Linguistic diversity in first language acquisition research: Moving beyond the challenges." First Language. 35 (4-5): 286-304. doi: 10.1177/0142723715602350.

  2. The Acquisition of Polysynthetic Languages

    Bibliography

    Barbara Kelly, Gillian Wigglesworth, Rachel Nordlinger, and Joseph Blythe. February 1, 2014. "The Acquisition of Polysynthetic Languages." Language and Linguistics Compass. 8 (2): 51-64. doi: 10.1111/lnc3.12062.

  3. Australia Loves Language Puzzles: The Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OzCLO)

    Bibliography

    Dominique Estival, Cathy Bow, John Henderson, Barbara Kelly, Mary Laughren, Elisabeth Mayer, Diego Mollá, Colette Mrowa-Hopkins, Rachel Nordlinger, Verna Rieschild, Andrea Schalley, Alexander Stanley, and Jill Vaughan. December 1, 2014. "Australia Loves Language Puzzles: The Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OzCLO)." Language and Linguistics Compass. 8 (12): 659-670. doi: 10.1111/lnc3.12096.

  4. Demorphologization and deepening complexity in Murrinhpatha

    Bibliography

    Mansfield, John, and Nordlinger, Rachel. 2020. "Demorphologization and deepening complexity in Murrinhpatha". In The Complexities of Morphology, 52-80. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  5. Nominal Tense in Crosslinguistic Perspective

    Bibliography

    Rachel Nordlinger, and Louisa Sadler. 2019. "Nominal Tense in Crosslinguistic Perspective." Language. 80 (4): 776-806. doi: 10.1353/lan.2004.0219.

Romina Paskotic

  • Title: Chief Operating Officer
  • Institution: The Australian National University
Jane Simpson Deputy Director

Jane Simpson

  • Title: Deputy Director
  • Program: Shape/Learning
  • Institution: The Australian National Univeristy

Recent Publications

  1. Which MATter matters in PATtern borrowing? The direction of case syncretisms

    Bibliography

    Felicity Meakins, Samantha Disbray, and Jane Simpson. 2020. "Which MATter matters in PATtern borrowing? The direction of case syncretisms." Morphology. 30 (2) doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11525-020-09357-3.

  2. Self-determination with respect to language rights

    Bibliography

    Simpson, Jane. 2020. "Self-determination with respect to language rights". In Indigenous Australian self-determination: histories and historiography, 293-313. Canberra: ANU Press.

  3. Junior skin names in Central Australia: function and origin

    Bibliography

    Koch, Harold, and Simpson, Jane. 2020. "Junior skin names in Central Australia: function and origin". In More than mere words: Essays on language and linguistics in honour of Peter Sutton, 165-191. Adeliade: Wakefield Press.

  4. The Horwood Memorial Lecture: Learning and speaking First Nations Languages in Australia

    Bibliography

    Jane Simpson. 2019. "The Horwood Memorial Lecture: Learning and speaking First Nations Languages in Australia." Babel: Journal of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers’ Associations. 54 (3): 7-11.

  5. Setting the scene: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages learning and teaching

    Bibliography

    Jane Simpson, Samantha Disbray, and Carmel O'Shannessy. 2019. "Setting the scene: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages learning and teaching." Babel. 54 (1/2): 7-10.

Kim Sterelny

Kim Sterelny

  • Program: Evolution
  • Institution: The Australian National University

Recent Publications

  1. Adaptation without Insight

    Bibliography

    Kim Sterelny. April 2016. "Adaptation without Insight". Princeton, USA.

  2. Michael Devitt, Cultural Evolution and the Division of Linguistic Labour

    Bibliography

    Sterelny, Kim. 2020. "Michael Devitt, Cultural Evolution and the Division of Linguistic Labour". In Language and Reality from a Naturalistic Perspective, 173-189.

  3. Review of Billy Griffiths’s Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia

    Bibliography

    Kim Sterelny. 2020. "Review of Billy Griffiths’s Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia." Australian Journal of Biography and History. (3): 163-166.

  4. Demography and Cultural Complexity

    Bibliography

    Kim Sterelny. 2020. "Demography and Cultural Complexity." Synthese. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-020-02587-2.

  5. The Origins of Multi-Level Society

    Bibliography

    Kim Sterelny. 2019. "The Origins of Multi-Level Society." Topoi. 1-14. doi: 10.1007/s11245-019-09666-1.

Nick Thieberger

Nick Thieberger

  • Program: Archiving
  • Institution: The University of Melbourne

Recent Publications

  1. Technology in support of languages of the Pacific: neo-colonial or post-colonial?

    Bibliography

    Nick Thieberger. 2020. "Technology in support of languages of the Pacific: neo-colonial or post-colonial?." Asian-European Music Research Journal. 5 (3): 17-24. doi: https://doi.org/10.30819/aemr.

  2. Acoustic evidence for right-edge prominence in Nafsan

    Bibliography

    Rosey Billington, Janet Fletcher, Nick Thieberger, and Ben Volchok. 2020. "Acoustic evidence for right-edge prominence in Nafsan." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Special Issue.. 147 (4): 2829. doi: doi.org/10.1121/10.0000995.

  3. Prosodic marking of focus in Nafsan

    Bibliography

    Janet Fletcher, Rosey Billington, Nick Thieberger, Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain, and Paul Warren. 2019. "Prosodic marking of focus in Nafsan". In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 3787-3791. Melbourne, Australia.

  4. Glossopticon: Visualising Archival Data

    Bibliography

    Rachel Hendery, Andrew Burrell, and Nick Thieberger. 2019. "Glossopticon: Visualising Archival Data". In 2019 23rd International Conference in Information Visualization – Part II, 100-103. Paris, France.

  5. Access to recordings in the languages of the Pacific

    Bibliography

    Nick Thieberger. 2019. "Access to recordings in the languages of the Pacific." Australia ICOMOS Historic Environment. 31 (3): 98-104.

Gillian Wigglesworth

Gillian Wigglesworth

  • Program: Learning
  • Institution: The University of Melbourne

Recent Publications

  1. Linguistic diversity in first language acquisition research: Moving beyond the challenges

    Bibliography

    Barbara Kelly, William Forshaw, Rachel Nordlinger, and Gillian Wigglesworth. October 1, 2015. "Linguistic diversity in first language acquisition research: Moving beyond the challenges." First Language. 35 (4-5): 286-304. doi: 10.1177/0142723715602350.

  2. The Acquisition of Polysynthetic Languages

    Bibliography

    Barbara Kelly, Gillian Wigglesworth, Rachel Nordlinger, and Joseph Blythe. February 1, 2014. "The Acquisition of Polysynthetic Languages." Language and Linguistics Compass. 8 (2): 51-64. doi: 10.1111/lnc3.12062.

  3. Translating translanguaging into our classrooms: Possibilities and challenges

    Bibliography

    Rhonda Oliver, Gillian Wigglesworth, Denise Angelo, and Carly Steele. 2020. "Translating translanguaging into our classrooms: Possibilities and challenges." Language Teaching Research. doi: 10.1177/1362168820938822.

  4. Binaural processing and phonological awareness in Australian Indigenous children from the Northern Territory: A community based study

    Bibliography

    Mridula Sharma, Gillian Wigglesworth, Gemma Savage, and Katherine Demuth. 2020. "Binaural processing and phonological awareness in Australian Indigenous children from the Northern Territory: A community based study." International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 128: 109702. doi: 10.1016/j.ijporl.2019.109702.

  5. Sign Phonological Parameters Modulate Parafoveal Preview Effects in Deaf Readers

    Bibliography

    Philip Thierfelder, Gillian Wigglesworth, and G Tang. 2020. "Sign Phonological Parameters Modulate Parafoveal Preview Effects in Deaf Readers." Cognition. 201:

Janet Wiles

Janet Wiles

  • Program: Technology
  • Institution: The University of Queensland

Recent Publications

  1. Using technology to enhance communication between people with dementia and their carers

    Bibliography

    Helen Chenery, Christina Atay, Alana Campbell, Erin Conway, Daniel Angus, and Janet Wiles. July 1, 2016. "Using technology to enhance communication between people with dementia and their carers." Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. 12 (7): 279-280. doi: 10.1016/j.jalz.2016.06.507.

  2. An Automated Approach to Examining Conversational Dynamics between People with Dementia and Their Carers

    Bibliography

    Christina Atay, Erin Conway, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Rosemary Baker, and Helen Chenery. December 10, 2015. "An Automated Approach to Examining Conversational Dynamics between People with Dementia and Their Carers." PLoS ONE. 10 (12): e0144327. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0144327.

  3. Can a robot teach me that? Children’s ability to imitate robots

    Bibliography

    Kristyn Sommer, Virginia Slaughter, Janet Wiles, Kathryn Owen, Andrea Chiba, Deborah Forster, Mohsen Malmir, and Mark Nielsen. 2021. "Can a robot teach me that? Children’s ability to imitate robots." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 203: 105040. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jecp.2020.105040.

  4. Preschool children overimitate robots, but do so less than they overimitate humans

    Bibliography

    Kristyn Sommer, Rebecca Davidson, Kristy Armitage, Virginia Slaughter, Janet Wiles, and Mark Nielsen. 2020. "Preschool children overimitate robots, but do so less than they overimitate humans." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 191: 104702. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jecp.2019.104702.

  5. An Automated Approach to Examining Pausing in the Speech of People With Dementia

    Bibliography

    Rachel Sluis, Daniel Angus, Janet Wiles, Andrew Back, Ting Ting Gibson, Jacki Liddle, Peter Worthy, David Copland, and Anthony Angwin. 2020. "An Automated Approach to Examining Pausing in the Speech of People With Dementia." American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1533317520939773.

  • Australian Government
  • The University of Queensland
  • Australian National University
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Western Sydney University