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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Fall 2008

Arjona Building
Room 307

September 2, 2008 Jean Crawford Acquisition of Sesotho passives: Evidence for maturation (cancelled)
September 16, 2008 Diane Lillo-Martin Verb Agreement, Root Infinitives, and the Imperative Analog Hypothesis in American Sign Language and Brazilian Sign Language
October 7, 2008 Anthi Revithiadou Recessive accentuation in Ancient Greek: Evidence for the separation of prosodic and metrical structure
October 14, 2008 Carlos Buesa GarcĂ­a The interaction between locality and the subject gap-restriction in Spanish questions
October 28, 2008 Pei-Jung Kuo and Yi-An Lin Possessor Raising and Left Branch Condition in Mandarin Chinese
November 4 Masahiko Takahashi Case-valuation, Phasehood, and Nominative/Accusative Conversion in Japanese
December 2, 2008 Kensuke Takita Concealed Argument Ellipsis in Japanese Right Dislocation