Mark Baker. Doubling Clitics are Pronouns: Agree, Move, Reduce, and Interpret. McGill University, November 6, 2015. (Invited Colloquium Talk)
Ümit Atlamaz (joint work with Laura Kalin). Reanalyzing Indo-Iranian “stems”: A case study of Adıyaman Kurmanji. Turkish, Turkic and the Languages of Turkey. UMass Amherst, November 21–22, 2015.
Yağmur Sağ. Complex predicate formation via adjunction to a head category: Evidence from light verb constructions. Turkish, Turkic and the Languages of Turkey. UMass Amherst, November 21–22, 2015.
Vera Dvorak. Revising the syntax of null objects: Evidence from a Slavic language. CUNY Linguistics Syntax Supper, November 24, 2015; at 6:30PM in Room 7102.
Ken Safir. Voices in the Verb Spine – the place of reciprocity and reflexivity. ZAS Berlin, October 9, 2015.
Ken Safir. It’s a conspiracy! The A/A’-distinction as an Epiphenomenon. ZAS Berlin, October 8, 2015.
Simon Charlow. Compositional licensing of silent structure. CUNY Syntax Supper, October 13, 2015.
Previous Poster Presentations
Luca Iacoponi. The typology of Headed Agreement By Correspondence. 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology, Vancouver, October 9-11, 2015.
Shu-hao Shih. Sonority-driven stress does not exist. 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology, Vancouver, October 9-11, 2015.
Ümit Atlamaz (joint work with Mark Baker). On Agreement With and Past Oblique Subjects: New Considerations Based on Kurmanji. NELS 46, Concordia University, October 16-18, 2015.
Yi-Hsun Chen. Actuality Entailment and Quantificational Adverb Effect in Mandarin. NELS 46, Concordia University, October 16-18, 2015.
Jess Law (joint work with Haoze Li). At least some distributive operators aren’t distributive operators. NELS 46, Concordia University, October 16-18, 2015.