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Laliberté, Catherine. 2021. Language Shift among West Indian Panamanians. 27th LIPP Symposium Language and Migration, Munich, Nov. 15 -17

Laliberté, Catherine, Melanie Keller & Diana Wengler. 2021. “So I trucked out to the border, learned to say ain’t, came to find work”: The sociolinguistics of Firefly. Workshop Corpus Approaches to Science Fiction, ICAME42, Dortmund, Aug. 18

Laliberté, Catherine. 2020. Language shift among Panamanians of West Indian descent. Society for Caribbean Linguistics (SCL) Biennal Conference, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, Aug. 2 – 9 (cancelled due to COVID-19)

Laliberté, Catherine. 2019. Language shift in Panama: some case studies. Forum Junge Englische Linguistik in Bayern (FJUEL), Bayreuth (Germany), Sept. 12

Laliberté, Catherine. 2019. From woz fi to was to? A Creole modal feature in Caribbean Englishes. 19th Annual Conference of the Association of Portuguese and Spanish-lexified Creoles & Summer Conference of the Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, Lisbon (Portugal), June 18

Hackert, Stephanie and Catherine Laliberté. 2019. The “Panama letters”: A linguistic analysis of personal recollections of West Indian laborers in the construction of the Panama Canal. 19th Annual Conference of the Association of Portuguese and Spanish-lexified Creoles & Summer Conference of the Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, Lisbon (Portugal), June 17

Laliberté, Catherine. 2018. Caribbean English on Pacific shores: The Silver People of Panama City. Forum Junge Englische Linguistik in Bayern (FJUEL), Munich (Germany), Sept. 14

Mailhammer, Robert, Stephanie Hackert, Catherine Laliberté & Ronia Zeidan. 2018. A multivariate analysis of past tense marking in Aboriginal English on Croker Island. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 5 – Asia Pacific 5 (NWAV- AP5), Brisbane (Australia), Feb. 2

Mailhammer, Robert, Stephanie Hackert, Catherine Laliberté & Ronia Zeidan. 2017. Past tense marking in English on Croker Island: A multivariate analysis. Australian Linguistic Society (ALS) Annual Conference, Sydney (Australia), Dec. 5