Presentation PDFs from AWLL12 (2019): Faculty of Classics, Cambridge University, UK
Day 1 keynote
Kathryn Piquette | Developing integrated perspectives on writing systems
Day 1 oral session 1
Dimitrios Meletis | How we model writing: The relationship between language, speech, and writing in a universal model of writing PDF
Sven Osterkamp & Gordian Schreiber | <Th>e Ubi<qu>ity of Polygra<ph> and its Significance for <th>e Typology of <Wr>iti<ng> Systems PDF
Terry Joyce | The significance of the partial versus full writing dichotomy for the typology of writing systems PDF
Day 1 poster session
Sarah Finlayson | Writing material matters: a discussion of the use of clay in the Bronze Age Aegean PDF
Yannis Haralambous | Phonocentrism in Greece: Side effects of two centuries of diglossia PDF
Keisuke Honda | Modelling kanji as a subsignary of the current Japanese writing system PDF
Yoolim Kim & Sandra Kotzor | Investigating the “hidden” effects of Hanja script on Korean processing
Rachel Schiff & Dorit Ravid | Spelling function letters in Hebrew: a psycholinguistic outlook PDF +PDF
Karin Westin Tikkanen | Alphabetic adaptations on the Apennine Peninsula PDF
Mira E. Valkama | Graphisation, representation and inclusion in orthography development PDF
Day 1 oral session 2
Amalia Gnanadesikan | Brahmi’s children: variation and stability in a script family PDF
Anurag Rimzhim | Transposition Effects Underscore the Alphabetic Nature of Reading Hindi
Day 1 symposium: Research into ancient writing systems at Cambridge
Philippa Steele & Robert Crellin | Contextualising writing in the ancient world: two case studies PDF
Ester Salgarella & Anna Judson | Diversity and variation in the writing systems of Bronze Age Greece PDF
Imre Galambos | The Chinese script among China’s neighbours
Day 2 oral session 3
Victoria Beatrix Fendel | The Coptic alphabet: Taking the initiative or seizing an opportunity?
Kelly Minot Rafey | The Character of Writing in Early Modern Shorthand, 1588–1700 PDF
Philip Boyes | Multiscriptality and Society in Late Bronze Age Ugarit
Day 2 keynote
Sonali Nag | Emergent and early literacy: how children learn to use a writing system
Day 2 poster session
Aija Katriina Ahlberg | Changing a writing system: the case of Konso PDF +PDF
Cassandra Donnelly | Regional Pressures in the Formation and Use of Cypro-Minoan (presented in absentia) PDF
Hana Jee & Richard Shillcock | Measuring how orthographic form correlates with phonological form PDF
Hisashi Masuda & Terry Joyce | A database of three-kanji compound words in Japanese, with particular focus on their morphological structures PDF
Kazuhiro Okada | Diverse standards in the pre-modern Japanese orthography PDF
Chiara Truppi & Barbara Hans-Bianchi | The emergence of writing in multilingual settings: comparing two case studies PDF
Martin Uildriks | Markings in Emerging States: What is their Socio-Cultural Context? (presented in absentia)
Lieke Verheijen & Tess van der Laan | Is Digi-talk Dangerous? The Effects of Social Media on Dutch Youths’ School Writing
Małgorzata Zadka | Semasiographic aspects of glottographic writing systems PDF
Day 2 oral session 4
Lynne Cahill | Recording verbatim speech in UK court reporting
Dorit Ravid, Rachel Schiff & Michal Kahanoovitch | Root letter spelling in Hebrew: a developmental study in two populations PDF
Des Ryan | How do we know if a spelling is a good fit for a word? Interactions between ‘morphemic’ and ‘phonemic’ spelling PDF
Day 2 oral session 5
Daniel Harbour | Grammatical typology predicts writing system evolution: A case study in Sumerosphere and Sinosphere logography
James Myers | The influence of Chinese character form on neighboring orthographic systems PDF
Day 3 oral session 6
Christian Prager | What’s in a Sign? Unbridled Aesthetics and Calligraphic Constraints in Classic Maya Palaeography
Sam Butler | Inscribing Communities across the Mediterranean: A Comparative Approach to the Lycian and Oscan Alphabets in the first Millennium BCE
Day 3 oral session 7
David Roberts, Matthew Harley & Stephen L. Walter | The contribution of full tone marking to fluency and comprehension in Yoruba and Ife PDF
Maayan Tadmor-Troyansky & David L. Share | Phonological Awareness in the Hebrew Abjad: Consonants, Vowels, and Core Syllables PDF

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