The following presentations by our linguists have occurred recently, or will occur shortly.
Roger Schwarzschild. Count Nouns are ‘Inherently Singular’. Speaker Series, Georgetown University Linguistics Department
José Camacho. Obligatory-subjects in a null-subject language. LSRL 40, University of Washington, Seattle, (March 2010)
Mark Baker. Two lectures at a Bloc de Formation held in Leysin, Switzerland, sponsored by the University of Geneva.
Lecture One: Universals, Macroparameters, and Microparameters: Word order and agreement
Lecture Two: Crosslinguistic variation in agreement and case marking. (March 15-16)
Aaron Braver. Incomplete Neutralization in American English Flapping: A Production Study. Penn Linguistics Colloquium (March 19-21)
Mateus Barros and Luis Vicente. Right Node Raising Requires Both Multidominance and Ellipsis. Penn Linguistics Colloquium (March 19-21)
Teresa Torres Bustamante. Symmetrical Objecthood in Panoan Languages. Penn Linguistics Colloquium (March 19-21).
Věra Dvořák . Inherent Case and locality requirement: Evidence from ditransitives and their nominalizations. Penn Linguistics Colloquium (March 19-21).
Congratulations to the following Rutgers linguists for their recent acceptances for more (temporally) distal presentations:
Will Bennett. Labial Palatalization in Zulu: Dissimilation Without the OCP. 18th Manchester Phonology Meeting (MFM) (May 20-22).
Aaron Braver. Is there incomplete neutralization in American English Flapping (poster). 18th Manchester Phonology Meeting (MFM) (May 20-22).