Recent and upcoming presentations
  • July 2019
    • Lai, W.Rácz, P., and Roberts, G. "Unexpectedness makes a sociolinguistic variant easier to learn: An alien-language-learning experiment". Talk at CogSci 2019, Montreal.
  • March 2019:
  • January 2019:
    • Roberts, G. Discussant in Exploring social approaches to meaning: Issues at the socio-pragmatic interface session, LSA Annual Meeting, New York.
    • Lai, W., Rácz, P., and Roberts, G. "Experience with a linguistic variant affects the acquisition of its sociolinguistic meaning: An alien-language-learning experiment". Talk at LSA Annual Meeting, New York. 
  • October 2018:
  • August 2018:
    • Roberts, G. "Why sociolinguistics and language evolution should talk more". Talk at New directions in language evolution research workshop, 51st Annual Meeting of Societas Linguistica Europaea, Tallinn.
    • Roberts, G. Invited talk at Department of Semiotics, University of Tartu, 28 August.
  • July 2018: 
    • Roberts, G. and Clark, R. "Emergence of vowel-like organization in a color-based communication system". Talk at CogSci 2018, Madison.
    • Roberts, G. and Stevens, J. "How focus systems might arise in language: An experimental test of an information-theoretic account". Talk at IACS 2018, Toronto.

Note: This is a list of presentations given outside my home institution in the last year or so, along with confirmed upcoming presentations. A full list of presentations with my name on them is available on my CV.