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The 41st NWAV Conference was made possible by the generous support of many organizations within Indiana University Community and from organizations central to the academic pursuits of NWAV

Significant financial support has been provided by Indiana University Bloomington departments, schools, institutes and laboratories including:

  • College Arts & Humanities Institute
  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • Department of Linguistics
  • Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Office of the Vice President for Research
  • The Mary-Margaret Barr Koon Fund, Department of French & Italian

Notable financial support has been provided by many other Indiana University Bloomington units including:

  • African Studies Program
  • Cognitive Science Program
  • Department of Anthropology
  • Department of Communication & Culture
  • Department of English
  • Department of Psychology & Brain Sciences
  • Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences
  • East Asian Languages & Culture
  • Folklore & Ethnomusicology
  • Germanic Studies
  • Latino Studies Program
  • School of Library & Information Science
  • Second Language Studies
  • The University Graduate School
  • Western European Studies

Additional funding was provided by:

  • American Dialect Society
  • Linguistic Society of America


  • ASL Interpreter Funding: 
    • College of Arts & Sciences
    • Office of the Provost, Indiana University Bloomington
  • Best Student Oral Paper Competition:  Cambridge University Press
  • Best Student Poster Competition:  Penn NWAV Committee
  • Opening reception:  Oxford University Press
  • Student mixer: 
    • Indiana University Linguistics Club
    • Dept. of French & Italian Graduate Student Association
    • Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese Graduate Student Association