As the friendlist convention in the northeastern United States and Canada, NeMLA loves to hear feedback from our close community of members and attendees!
Want to share your experiences about attending and presenting at our annual convention? Have a story to offer about an award or fellowship you received? Have you developed your presentation into a publication, perhaps in one of our journals? Or did you have a positive experience hanging out with fellow panelists? Have you met new colleagues and friends? Have these relationships developed into collaborative projects that you have presented at later NeMLA conventions or at other conferences?
Email us your stories and accomplishments at email@example.com. With your permission, we'll include your story here on our site!
Brendan Regan, a 2013 NeMLA Research Fellow, used data collected with NeMLA's support to publish two articles: "Prosody-pragmatics interface in the pragmaticalization of ¡Hombre! as a discourse marker" in the journal Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics (12 : 211-240), and "A study of ceceo variation in Western Andalucía (Huelva)" in the journal Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics (10.1 : 19-60).