Talks By Our Linguists

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A wh-ever item for Veneeta Dayal to include in her talk / Flickr user Thomas Hawk

Dayal, Veneeta.  “English Free Choice Items: Any and Wh-ever”.  Talk hosted by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Semantics Signal Processing Group.  November 17.  The Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ.

Sanchez, Liliana.  “Bilingual Development and the Syntax/Morphology Interface: Evidence from Quechua-Spanish Code-Mixing.”  November 22, 2010.  Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Brazil.

Sanchez, Liliana.  “Differences Between the Left and the Right Peripheries in Southern Quechua”.  November 29, 2010.  Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro.  Brazil.

Garvey, Kelly and Kawahara, Shigeto.  “Nasal Place Assimilation and the Perceptibility of Place Contrasts”.  CUNY Psycholinguistics Supper.  November 30, 2010.  CUNY Graduate Center, New York City.

Baker, Mark.  “On the (Non-) Relationship Between Object Agreement and Case”.  Invited Lecture at the Brussels Conference on Generative Linguistics 5: “Case at the Interfaces”.  December 2-3, Brussels, Belgium.

Baker, Mark and Kramer, Ruth.  “‘Prepositions’ as Case Morphemes Inserted at PF in Amharic”.  Brussels Conference on Generative Linguistics 5: “Case at the Interfaces”.  December 2-3, Brussels, Belgium.

Lee, Seunghun and Perkins, Jeremy.  “A Tonal Study of an Endangered Language in China: The Case of Du’an Zhuang”.  CUNY Conference on Endangered Languages.  January 12-14, 2010, CUNY Graduate Center, New York City.

Denzer-King, Ryan and Crippen, James.  “Loanword Adaptation in Coastal Tlingit”.  CUNY Conference on Endangered Languages.  January 12-14, 2010, CUNY Graduate Center, New York City.

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