Presentations

Kara and I at our poster at LSA 2016I'm a strong believer in research as a collaborative endeavor, and that findings should be shared with the community in whatever capacity possible. To that end, I've included links to PDFs of talk slides and posters that I and/or my co-authors have presented recently (2010–), at conferences and at other venues.

Presentations prior to 2010 can be requested by email. 

Joshi, Kinjal & SD Khan. 2021. Exhaustive movement, exhaustive tone: a syntactic–prosodic investigation of Gujarati. Talk (virtual), (Formal) Approaches to South Asian Languages 11, Minneapolis, 27 Mar.

Joshi, Kinjal & SD Khan. 2021. Exhaustive movement, exhaustive tone: a syntactic–prosodic investigation of Gujarati. Talk (virtual), LingOrg seminar, University of Oslo, 22 Mar.

Khan, SD. 2021. Word-level intonation across Rajasthan and South Asia. Invited symposium talk (virtual), Central University of Rajasthan, 18 Mar. (slides) (sound files)

Khan, SD. 2021. Word-level intonation across South Asian languages. Invited seminar talk (virtual), Lab Lunch, University of Glasgow, 4 Mar. (slides) (sound files)

Khan, SD. 2020. Step 1: Build an intonational model for South Asian languages. Step 2: (on hold). Advanced Research Collaborative seminar series, CUNY Graduate Center, 5 Nov. (sound files)

Khan, SD. 2020. InTraSAL: An intonational model for South Asian languages. Invited talk, IndoPhon, 5 Oct. (youtube) (sound files)

Khan, SD. 2020. Building a unified intonational model for South Asian languages: InTraSAL. Colloquium, University of Michigan, 13 Mar.

Berkson, Kelly, Christina M. Esposito, SD Khan, & Max Nelson. 2019. Distinguishing breathy consonants and vowels in Gujarati. Talk, International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 19, Melbourne, 9 Aug.

Khan, SD. 2019. InTraSAL: an intonational model for South Asian languages. Poster, ICPhS 19 Satellite Meeting on the Intonational Phonology of Typologically Rare or Understudied Languages, Melbourne, 4 Aug.

Khan, SD. 2019. Palatalization and velarization in Malayalam nasals. Poster, Formal Approaches to South Asian Languages 9, Portland, 17 Mar.

Khan, SD. 2018. Building a unified intonational model for South Asian languages: InTraSAL. Invited plenary talk, South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable 34, Konstanz, 19 Jun. (sound files)

Yu, Kristine M., SD Khan, & Megha Sundara. 2018. Implementing finite state intonational grammars to understand gradient prosodic manipulations. Talk, Hanyang International Symposium on Phonetics & Cognitive Sciences of Language, Seoul, 18 May.

Becker, Kara, SD Khan, & Lal Zimman. 2017. Creaky voice beyond binary gender. Talk, Annual Meeting of the American Dialect Society, Austin, 6 Jan.

Khan, SD. 2016. Dissimilarity three ways: Bengali coronals seen through echo reduplication, confusability, and lexical statistics. Colloquium (virtual), IIT Delhi, 18 Nov.

Khan, SD. 2016. Rising contours in South Asian languages: towards a comparative intonational phonology. Poster, UCLA Linguistics 50th Anniversary Celebration, 13 Jun.

Yu, Kristine M., SD Khan, & Megha Sundara. 2016. Intonational phonology in Bengali and English infant-directed speech. UCLA Phonetics Seminar (virtual), 16 May.

Nelson, Max, Kelly Harper Berkson, Christina M. Esposito, & SD Khan. 2016. Perception of breathy phonation in Gujarati. Poster, Formal Approaches to South Asian Languages 6, University of Massachusetts–Amherst, 13 Mar.

Khan, SD. 2016. The intonation of South Asian languages: towards a comparative analysis. Invited plenary talk, Formal Approaches to South Asian Languages 6, University of Massachusetts–Amherst, 12 Mar.

Becker, Kara, SD Khan, & Lal Zimman. 2016. Creaky voice in a diverse gender sample: challenging ideologies about sex, gender, and creak in American English. Guest lecture (virtual), Macalester College, 11 Feb.

Khan, SD. 2016. Phonological (dis)similarity: reduplication, confusability, and the lexicon in Bengali. GLOSS colloquium series, University of Oregon, 5 Feb. (youtube)

Khan, SD, Kara Becker, & Lal Zimman. 2016. Acoustic correlates of perceived creak in a controlled sample of American English. Poster, Linguistics Society of America 90, Washington, 9 Jan.

Khan, SD, Kara Becker, & Lal Zimman. 2015. The acoustics of perceived creaky voice in American English. Talk, Acoustical Society of America 170, Jacksonville, 3 Nov.

Becker, Kara, SD Khan, & Lal Zimman. 2015. Creaky voice in a diverse gender sample: Challenging ideologies about sex, gender, and creak in American English. Talk, New Ways of Analyzing Variation 44: Intersections, Toronto, 24 Oct.

Khan, SD. 2014. Consonant confusability and similarity avoidance patterns. Poster, Manchester Phonology Meeting 22, Manchester, 30 May.

Yu, Kristine M., SD Khan, & Megha Sundara. 2014. Intonational phonology in Bengali and English infant-directed speech. Talk, Speech Prosody 7, Dublin, 23 May.

Khan, SD & Kristine M. Yu. 2014. Intonational phonology in infant-directed speech. Poster, Linguistics Society of America 88, Minneapolis, 4 Jan. (updated in a 2014 talk)

Khan, SD. 2014. Consonant confusability and similarity avoidance patterns. Poster, Linguistics Society of America 88, Minneapolis, 3 Jan.

Khan, SD. 2013. Consonant confusability and its relation to phonological dissimilarity. Poster, International Congress on Acoustics 21, Montreal, 4 Jun.

Khan, SD. 2013. Intonation for infants: the prosody of “motherese”. Reed College, 14 May.

Khan, SD. 2013. Structure preservation in intonation: investigating the prosody of infant-directed speech in English and Bengali. University College London, 25 Feb.

Keating, Patricia, Jianjing Kuang, Christina M. Esposito, Marc Garellek, & SD Khan. 2012. Multi-dimensional phonetic space for phonation contrasts. Poster, Laboratory Phonology 13, Stuttgart, 27 Jul.

Keating, Patricia, Jianjing Kuang, Christina M. Esposito, Marc Garellek, & SD Khan. 2012. Phonation in nine languages. Poster, Acoustics, Hong Kong, 15 May.

Khan, SD. 2012. What echo reduplication reveals about phonological similarity. Reed College, 20 Apr.

Yu, Kristine M., SD Khan, & Megha Sundara. 2011. A cross-linguistic investigation of information structure in infant-directed speech. Poster, Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody 2, Montreal, 23 Sep. (updated in a 2014 talk)

Khan, SD & Christina M. Esposito. 2011. Breathiness contrasts in consonants and vowels: a comparative study of Gujarati and White Hmong. Poster, International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 17, Hong Kong, 18 Aug.

Keating, Patricia, Christina M. Esposito, Marc Garellek, SD Khan, & Jianjing Kuang. 2011. Phonation contrasts across languages. Talk, International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 17, Hong Kong, 17 Aug.

Khan, SD, Kristine M. Yu, & J’aime Roemer. 2011. Speech rhythm and f0 patterns in Bengali: a study of infant-directed speech. Poster, Acoustical Society of America 161, Seattle, 27 May. (updated in a 2014 talk)

Esposito, Christina M. & SD Khan. 2010. Breathiness contrasts across consonants and vowels: a comparative study of Gujarati and White Hmong. Poster, Pan-American/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics 2, Cancún, 19 Nov. (updated in a 2011 poster)

Keating, Patricia, Christina M. Esposito, Marc Garellek, SD Khan, & Jianjing Kuang. 2010. Phonation contrasts across languages. Poster, Laboratory Phonology 12, Albuquerque, 10 Jul.

Khan, SD. 2010. Breathy phonation in Gujarati: an acoustic and electroglottographic study. Poster, Acoustical Society of America 159, Baltimore, 23 Apr.