Talks by Our Linguists

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“Speech”, by Flickr user TimothyMorgan

Upcoming Talks

Veneeta Dayal.  An aspect-based account of number neutrality in pseudo-incorporation.  University of Pennsylvania Linguistics Speaker Series, April 4.

Veneeta Dayal.  An aspect-based account of number neutrality in pseudo-incorporation.  University of Delaware Colloquium Series. April 5.

Mark Baker.  Parameters of structural (dependent) case assignment.  Yale University, April 15.

Viviane Déprez.  Dimensions of definiteness in French based creoles.  43rd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages:  The Graduate Center, City University of New York, April 17–19.

Gary Thoms, Matthew Barros, Patrick Elliott.  More variation in island repair: The clausal/non-clausal island distinction.  CLS 49:  University of Chicago, April 19.

Mark Baker.  On dependent ergative case in Shipibo and its derivation by phase.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 26.

Luca Iacoponi.  High tone mergers and tone change: Positive conspiracy in Cantonese (poster).  International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL) 2013:  National Taiwan Normal University, June 6–9.

Luca Iacoponi, Ken Cheng.  Historical affix lenition and OT: The case of Yue dialects’ diminutive suffix.  International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL) 2013:  National Taiwan Normal University, June 6–9.

Previous Talks

Mark Baker.  Parameters of structural (dependent) case assignment.  University of Chicago, March 7.

Mark Baker.  Parameters of structural (dependent) case assignment.  University of Illinois-Chicago, March 8.

Mark Baker.  Parameters of structural (dependent) case assignment.  University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign, March 11.

Veneeta Dayal.  Standard complementation, pseudo-incorporation, compounding.  Workshop on the Syntax and Semantics of Pseudo-Incorporation (Deutsche Geselleschaft fuer Sprachwissenschaft):  University of Potsdam, Germany, March 13.

Matthew Barros, Jeroen van Craenenbroeck.  Tag questions and ‘pseudo’-ellipsis.  Workshop on the Syntax and Semantics of Pseudo-Incorporation (Deutsche Geselleschaft fuer Sprachwissenschaft):  University of Potsdam, Germany, March 13.

Matthew Barros.  Antecedent Correlate Harmony Effects in Sluicing.  CUNY Syntax Supper: City University of New York, March 19.

Kim, C., Beltrama, A., Syrett, K., Xiang, M., & Kennedy, C.  Sensitivity to local discourse vs. global communicative context in gradable adjectives (poster).  CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing:  Columbia, SC, March 21–23.

Ken Safir.  The syntax of transitive reciprocal constructions.  USC, March 25.

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