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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Linguistics Colloquium Series

The Linguistics Colloquium Series is partially funded by the Uconn Graduate Student Senate. 

2009-2010

Name Date
Elena Guerzoni (USC) Negative Concord, Presuppositions and Focus October 2, 2009
Raffaella Zanuttini (Yale) Subject-verb agreement in Appalachian English October 9, 2009
Virginia Valian (CUNY Hunter College [Psychology]) How abstract is early syntax?
(This talk is organized by the Cognitive Science Program)
October 16, 2009
Adam Albright (MIT) Inflection class consistency without inflection class features October 16, 2009
Zoltam Gendler Szabo (Yale) TBA
(This talk is organized by the Department of Philosophy)
October 23, 2009
William G. Sakas (Hunter College) Disambiguating Syntactic Triggers October 30, 2009
Cognitive Science: Language Core Conference
3pm-6pm Storrs Campus, CT State Museum of Natural History, 2nd Floor
November 4, 2009
Ashwini Deo (Yale) Unifying the Imperfective and the Progressive: Partitions as Quantificational Domains December 4, 2009
Heidi Harley (Univeristy of Arizona) The Cononical Use Constraint, Nouns, Roots, & Idiomatic Domains January 29, 2010
Paul Bloom (Yale Psychology) TBA (Talk organized by the Cognitive Science Program) February 5, 2010
Yosef Grodzinsky (Mcgill University) *CANCELLED* February 12, 2010
Masao Ochi (Osaka University/Harvard University) On extended nominal projections in Japanese February 26, 2010
Geert Booij (University of Leiden/Harvard University) Construction morphology and the hierarchical lexicon March 26, 2010
Norvin Richards (MIT) *CANCELLED* April 23, 2010

See also the UConn Events Calendar