Acton, Eric K. 2020. Pragmatics and the third wave. Social Meaning and Linguistic Variation: Theorizing the Third Wave, ed. by Lauren Hall-Lew, Emma Moore, and Robert J. Podesva. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, to appear.
Morgan, Beau-Kevin, Kelsey DeGuise, Eric K. Acton, Daniele Benson and Alla Shvetsova. 2017. Shifts toward the supra-regional in the Northern Cities region: Evidence from Jewish women in Metro Detroit. NWAV 46, Madison, 5 November. NWAV Presentation.
Acton, Eric K. and Christopher Potts. 2014. That straight talk: Sarah Palin and the sociolinguistics of demonstratives. Journal of Sociolinguistics 18.1: 3–31.
Acton, Eric K. 2013. Gender differences in the duration of filled pauses in North American English. Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston, 4 January.
Acton, Eric K., Daria Popova and Shane Steiner-Threlkeld. 2013. Quantifier scope and tensed clauses. The 6th California Universities Semantics and Pragmatics Conference 6, University of California, Berkeley, 11 October.
Acton, Eric K. 2013. Standard change and the Finnish partitive-accusative object distinction. Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris (CSSP) 2013, Université Paris-Diderot, Paris, 26 September.
Podesva, Robert J., Annette D'Onofrio, Eric K. Acton, Sam Bowman, Jeremy Calder, Hsin-Chang Chen and Janneke van Hofwegen. 2012. Linguistic and social effects on the perception of voice onset time in Korean stops. Acoustical Society of America (ASA) 164, Kansas City, 23 October.
Acton, Eric K. and Christopher Potts. 2012. The latent affective meaning of demonstratives. Guest lecture in the course Meaning as Use: Indexicality, Expressives and Self-reference taught by Stephen Wechsler and Eric McCready at the North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (NASSLLI) 2012, University of Texas at Austin, 22 June.