Mark Baker. “On Psuedo-Noun Incorporation: Syntax, Semantics, and Crosslinguisic Variation”. International Workshop on Syntax-Semantic Interface, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. June 17-18, 2011
Veneeta Dayal. “Bangla Classifiers: Mediating between Kinds and Objects”. International Workshop on Syntax-Semantic Interface, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. June 17-18, 2011
Veneeta Dayal. “The Syntax of Hindi Pseudo-incorporation”. Workshop on Finiteness in South Asian Languages at the University of Tromsø. June 9-10, 2011. (Gillian Ramchand [Univ. of Tromsø] will be the discussant for the talk)
Peter Jurgec. Edgemost Faithfulness. Poster at the 19th Manchester Phonology Meeting. University of Manchester. May 19–21, 2011.
Aaron Braver. “(Im)perceptible incomplete neutralization: Two experiments on flapping in American English”. RUMMIT (Rutgers UMass MIT phonology meeting), Rutgers, May 16, 2011.
Ken Safir. “Pronouns: Real and Apparent”. Maryland Mayfest on Pronouns, University of
Maryland, College Park. May 6-7, 2011.
Yurie Hara and Shigeto Kawahara. The Prosody of Evidentiality in Japanese: A rating study”. The 29th meeting of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL). April 23, 2011.
Shigeto Kawahara. “The role of spectral continuity and amplitude drop in the perception of length contrasts.” Phonetics and Experimental Phonology Lab talk, New York University. April 22, 2011.
Maria Bittner. “Anaphora without Variables: Dynamics of centering”. Colloquium talk, University of Texas at Austin. April 11, 2011.
Mark Baker. “On Accusative Case Assignment and its Relationship to Agreement”. Colloquium talk, University of Wisconsin—Madison. April 8, 2011.
Mark Baker. “How Language is like Baking Bread: Limits and Patterns in Crosslinguistic Variation”. Invited talk, University of Wisconsin—Madison. April 7, 2011.
Corrections department—some presentations we missed in previous editions:
Shigeto Kawahara. Modes of Phonological Judgment. Colloquium talk, Johns Hopkins University. March 31, 2011.
Peter Jurgec. Feature spreading is binary, headed, and recursive. Talk at the PEP Lab Series, Department of Linguistics, New York University, November 5, 2010.
Peter Jurgec. Triggers vs. Propagators. RORG talk, October 8, 2010.