(You can also download the program as a pdf file.)

Coffee and Chat room / Café et Rencontres

Want to chat with colleagues? You can join the Coffee and Chat zoom room to discuss.
Vous voulez discuter avec des collègues? Vous pouvez rejoindre la salle zoom Café et Rencontres pour échanger.

Talks marked with the symbol * have ASL interpretation / Les présentations qui ont le symbole * ont une interprétation en langue des signes américaine

Thursday October 14, 2021 / Jeudi 14 octobre 2021

Time (EST) Room 1 / Salle 1
Zoom link / Lien zoom
Room 2 / Salle 2
Zoom link / Lien zoom
9:00-9:30 Set up – Tech support / Soutien technique
9:30-9:55 Welcome / Bienvenue (Room 1 / Salle1) *
10:00-10:30 Fedorchak, Kamenitsa-Hale, Thompson Lockwood, Macaulay: Strategies for Lexical Expansion in Algonquian Languages

Video of the presentation ⏯

Windsor:
Rhythm and Stress in Winisk River Oji-Cree

Video of the presentation ⏯

10:35-11:05 Johnson & Hammerly: Noun Composition in Mille Lacs Ojibwe

Video of the presentation ⏯

Miyashita:
Syllabicity of [X] in Blackfoot: An Empirical Investigation

Video of the presentation ⏯

11:05-11:30 Break / Pause
11:30-12:00 Lewis: Look! Directive Interjections across the Algonquian
Language Family

Video of the presentation ⏯

Morrow: Consonant Elision in Southwestern Ojibwe Prefixation

Video of the presentation ⏯

12:00-1:00 Lunch / Dîner
1:00-1:30 Rhodes: Short Verbs in Algonquian *

Video of the presentation ⏯

Weber & Miyashita: On diphthongs and digraphs in Blackfoot

Video of the presentation ⏯

1:35-2:05 Appelbaum: The Assumption of a Further Obviative Costa: sk and sp in Illinois *

Video of the presentation ⏯

2:05-2:30 Break / Pause
2:30-3:00 Goyette: Mens algonquiana in lingua gallica: l’obviatif en français
métis.

Video of the presentation ⏯

Mesic, Wade, & Noodin:
The Little Prince Translated into
Ojibwemowin
*

Video of the presentation ⏯

3:05-4:05 Business meeting (Room 1 / Salle 1) *
4:05-5:05 Algonquian Linguistic Atlas Conversation Apps launch / Lancement des applis de conversation de l’atlas linguiste des langues algonquiennes (Q&A / Q&R) – https://www.atlas-ling.ca/apps

Video of the presentation ⏯

Social meeting / Rendez-vous social (Room 1 / Salle 1) *

Friday October 15, 2021 / Vendredi 15 octobre 2021

Time (EST) Room 1 / Salle 1
Zoom link / Lien zoom
Room 2 / Salle 2
Zoom link / Lien zoom
9:30-10:00 Set up – Tech support / Soutien technique
10:00-10:30 Yabe: Network Analysis Visualizations of the Abenakis in the Early
18th Century
*

Video of the presentation ⏯

Thomason:
Horrified realization: The Meskwaki enclitic phrase
=wi·na=ne·hi

Video of the presentation ⏯

10:35-11:05 Gooding & Gooding: Decolonizing Meshkwaki Patrilineality (pre-
1937/post 1937): Coercion and Conflict in Regard to Meshkwaki
Tribal Membership Through Time and Space
*

Video of the presentation ⏯

Brown: Aaniish gagwejimaasiwad! “Wh-imperatives” in SW
Ojibwemowin

Video of the presentation ⏯

11:05-11:30 Break / Pause
11:30-12:00 Rice:
Skeletons in our closet: Reconciling Linguistics’ relationship
with Indigenous peoples
*

Video of the presentation ⏯

Dahlstrom: Past and irrealis functions of the Meskwaki enclitic
=iyôwe

Video of the presentation ⏯

12:00-1:00 Lunch / Dîner
1:00-1:30 Round Table / Table Ronde

Presented by / Présentée par: Mary Hannaburg, Denise Larocque, Ashley Guanish, Maggie Chittspattio, Anahi Morales Hudon, Anny Morissette

Quebec Native Women – Saint Paul University
Summer School: Stories of Empowerment

***Interprétation en français des témoignages de 14 à 15h***

Récits d’autonomisation : retour sur l’expérience transformative de l’École d’été Femmes
autochtones du Québec – Université Saint-Paul

Weber, Hochstein, Hwang, Kidd, Kulmizev, Morrison:
Blackfoot Words: Introducing a database of Blackfoot
lexical forms

Video of the presentation ⏯

1:35-2:05 Schmirler, Genee, & Arppe: Grammatical descriptions for
computational modelling: A first look at Blackfoot
morphophonological modelling

Video of the presentation ⏯

2:05-2:30 Break / Pause
2:30-3:00 Sammons: Applicative constructions in Northern Michif
3:05-3:35 Xu: Oblique argument licensing in Algonquian: head marking vs.
dependent marking

Video of the presentation ⏯

3:35-4:00 Harrigan & Arppe: Order as Alternation: the status of Order as a
valid category in Nêhiyawêwin

Video of the presentation ⏯

4:05-5:05 Social meeting / Rendez-vous social (Room 1 / Salle 1)

Saturday October 16, 2021 / Samedi 16 octobre 2021

Time (EST) Room 1 / Salle 1
Zoom link / Lien zoom
Room 2 / Salle 2
Zoom link / Lien zoom
9:30-9:45 Set up – Tech support / Soutien technique
9:45-10:00 Announcements – Annonces (Room 1/ Salle 1)
10:00-10:30 Collette:
The archaic distribution of –k ‘3sg’ in East Cree *

Video of the presentation ⏯

Schmirler: Topicality, overt participants, and the Algonquian Person
Hierarchy: A Plains Cree corpus study

Video of the presentation ⏯

10:35-11:05 Oxford:
The meaning of -w *

Video of the presentation ⏯

Schmirler & Arppe: Plains Cree textual analysis with PCA: Across
the Bloomfield and Ahenakew-Wolfart subcorpora

Video of the presentation ⏯

11:05-11:30 Break / Pause
11:30-12:00 Oney: Patterns of Cree preverb usage in early child language: A
longitudinal case study

Video of the presentation ⏯

Arppe, Antonio Santos, Neitsch, Poulin, Harrigan, Schmirler, Hieber, Wolvengrey: Towards a morphologically intelligent and user-friendly
on-line dictionary of Plains Cree
*

Video of the presentation ⏯

12:00-1:00 Lunch / Dîner
1:00-1:30

Session spéciale / Special Session

La voie d’avenir : puiser dans l’épistémologie pour parler des
langues algonquiennes / The way forward: Drawing from
Algonquian epistemologies to talk about Algonquian languages

1) Conversation avec Nicole Petiquay « Parler de ma langue dans ma langue » / Conversation with Nicole Petiquay “Speaking about my language in my language”

***English interpretation from 1-2 pm***

2) Lightning Rounds and Brainstorming / Présentations éclair et Remue-méninges : facilitated by / animé par Wesley Leonard

Dacanay, Arppe & Poulin:
kêtiski-kotahâskwâtam: The
Effectiveness of Various Hypernymic Levels of WordNet Synsets as
Vector Semantic Classification Categories

Video of the presentation ⏯

1:35-2:05 Kasper:
L2 Potawatomi Language Use

Video of the presentation ⏯

2:05-2:30 Break / Pause
2:30-3:00 Bogomolets, Fenger, & Stegovec: The blocking effect of
Negation on Initial Change: Rescue by affix deletion

Video of the presentation ⏯

3:05-3:35 Bogomolets: Person agreement prefixes across Algonquian:
evidence for three separate paradigms

Video of the presentation ⏯

3:35-4:35 Social meeting / Rendez-vous social (Room 1 / Salle 1)

Sunday October 17, 2021 / Dimanche 17 octobre 2021

Time (EST) Room 1 / Salle 1
Zoom link / Lien zoom
9:30-10:00 Set up – Tech support / Soutien technique
10:00-10:30 Joel Barnes, Bronwyn Bjorkman, Jesse Bruchac, Anatasha Lyons, Karl Meyer, Anastasia Miller-Youst, Roger Paul, Conor Quinn, Dean Simon, Heather Souter, Tina Tarrant, Wunetu Tarrant, Harry Wallace:

The Minimal Course approach for teaching/learning Algonquian languages (Workshop)
10:35-11:05
11:05-11:30 Break / Pause
11:30-12:00 Geniusz, McCabe, & Sanfelippo: Language Revitalization Programs: What’s Working? What’s Not?

Video of the presentation ⏯