Talks by Our Linguists

Upcoming Talks

Mark Baker.  Nouns, verbs, and verbal nouns: Their syntactic structures and structural cases.  TRAIT workshop “How Categorical are Categories”.  University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland, January 7–9, 2013.

Jeremy Perkins, Seunghun Lee.  Seeking adequacy in describing the tonal system of Du’an Zhuang: using phonetic evidence for tonal descriptions.  International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology:  National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tachikawa, Japan, January 25–27, 2013.

Previous Talks

Rutgers at BUCLD 37: pictured (left to right): Asya Achimova, Julien Musolino, Kristen Syrett, Christa Crosby, Stephanie Buco

Syrett, K., Kennedy, C., Musolino, J., Buco, S., & Starcher, K.  Acquiring the non-exact reading of numerical expressions: What semantics says you have to do and what pragmatics allows.  (poster)  Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 37): Boston, MA, November 2–4.

Achimova, A., Crosby, C., Déprez, V., Syrett, K., & Musolino, J. Which account of wh-/quantifier interaction should everyone adopt? A new take on a classic developmental puzzle. (oral presentation)  Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 37): Boston, MA, November 2–4.

Kristen Syrett.  Prosodic disambiguation of scopally ambiguous sentences.  University of Pennsylvania, November 8.

Kristen Syrett.  The semantic contribution of appositives: An experimental investigation.  University of Delaware, November 16.

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