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Talks by Our Linguists

Posted in 2012-03 March, 3 WhoWhat by The Editor on April 8, 2012

Upcoming Talks

Mark Baker, Ken Safir, and Justine Sikuku. Sources of (A)symmetry in Bantu Double Object Constructions. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics: University of California Santa Cruz, April 14.

"Speakers" (Flickr user pochacco20)

Matthew Barros. Evidence for Syntactic Identity in P-stranding Clausal Ellipsis in Spanish. CLS 48: University of Chicago, April 19–21.

Vandana Bajaj. The Question Under Discussion and Its Role in Scopal Ambiguity Resolution. CLS 48: University of Chicago, April 19–21.

Věra Dvořák. On dative(s), accusative and postnominal genitive: Why ditransitives in Slavic are not parallel to ditransitives in English (working title). CUNY Syntax Supper invited talk: Room 7102, May 1, 6:30pm.

Beibei Xu. Nandao-Questions as a Special Kind of Rhetorical Questions. (poster) SALT 22: University of Chicago, May 18–20.

Roger Schwarzschild. Located Vectors and Bare Comparatives. SALT 22: University of Chicago, May 18–20.

Teresa Torres Bustamante. Real Tense and Real Aspect in Mirativity. (poster) SALT 22: University of Chicago, May 18–20.

Previous Talks

Veneeta Dayal. Another Look at Bare Plurals. Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, February 28.

Veneeta Dayal. Another Look at Bare Plurals. Harvard Linguistic Circle Colloquium, March 2.

Viviane Deprez. Interfacing Syntax with Intonation in French in-situ Questions. Brown Bag Talks: Stony Brook Linguistics dept., March 14.

Akinbiyi Akinlabi. African Linguistics School. Plenary talk, 43rd American Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 43): Tulane University, March 15.

Mark Baker and Ken Safir. Categories of Clausal Constituents in Lubukusu. 43rd American Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 43): Tulane University, March 15.

Mark Baker and Justine Sikuku. On Some Asymmetries in a Symmetrical Object Language. 43rd American Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 43): Tulane University, March 16.

Ken Safir and Justine Sikuku. Complex Anaphora in Lubukusu. 43rd American Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 43): Tulane University, March 16.

Veneeta Dayal. What Can South Asian Classifier Languages Tell Us about Nominal Systems? Formal Approaches to South Asian Languages 2: MIT, March 17.

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