Presentations Nov 2008

Thu 6 Nov: Veneeta Dayal
Title:Free Choice and Indeterminacy
Type:Colloquium Talk
Where:University of Pennsylvania
Fri 7 Nov: Roger Schwarzschild
Title:Mass Nouns: What are they?
Type:Invited Conference Talk
Where:NELS 39, Cornell University
Fri 7 Nov, 12:00 pm: Bruce Tesar
Title:Learning Phonological Grammars for Output Driven Maps
Type:Conference Talk
Where:NELS 39, Cornell University
Wed 12 Nov: Mark Baker
Agreement and the types of case assignment
Type:Talk
Where:Syntax lunch at the University of British Columbia
Thu 13 Nov: Shigeto Kawahara and Kazuko Shinohara
Title:Phonetic and psycholinguistic prominences in pun formation: Evidence for positional faithfulness
Type:Conference Talk
Where:18th meeting of Japanese/Korean Linguistics, CUNY Graduate Center
Thu 13 Nov: Seunghun J Lee and Jeremy Perkins
Title:An OT analysis of consonant-tone interaction in Korean
Type:Conference Talk
Where:18th meeting of Japanese/Korean Linguistics, CUNY Graduate Center
Thu 13 Nov: Xiao Li
Title:The semantics of sugi- ‘exceed’ in Japanese
Type:Conference Talk
Where:18th meeting of Japanese/Korean Linguistics, CUNY Graduate Center
Fri 14 Nov: Viviane Deprez
Title:On the conceptual role of number marking in French Based Creoles
Type:Conference Talk
Where:Formal Approaches to Creoles Studies, CASTL Norway
Fri 14 Nov: Mark Baker
Agreement and the types of case assignment
Type:Colloquium Talk
Where:University of Victoria
Thu 20 Nov: Slavica Kochovska
Title:Member of the ‘Syntax-semantics interfaces in the Balkans’ panel, discussing Catherine Rudin’s presentation
Type:Invited Conference Talk
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