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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Fall 2012

Name Date Topic Time Building Room
Troy Messick Aug 28, 2012 Ellipsis and Reconstruction in Tough Infinitives
Practice talk for GLOW Asia presentation
12:30pm Oak 338
Yuta Sakamoto Sep 11, 2012 On Sluicing and Clefts in Mongolian: A Comparison with Japanese 12:30pm Oak 338
Jing Yang (Emma) Sep 18, 2012 Mandarin Derived Nominals 12:30pm Oak 338
Asuka Saruwatari Sep 25, 2012 Wh-adjunct Phrase nani-o 'What-acc' - A Comparison with wh-adjunct naze 'why' in cleft construction 12:30pm Oak 338
Yoshiyuki Shibata Oct 2, 2012 Alternatives Tell You Where You Are
JK22 Practice Talk
12:30pm Oak 338
Renato Lacerda Oct 9, 2012 Floating Quantifiers in Brazilian Portuguese 12:30pm Oak 338
Mary Goodrich Oct 16, 2012  HLS Practice Talk 12:30pm Oak 338
Gísli Rúnar Harðarson Nov 6, 2012  Layers, hierarchies and recursion in Icelandic compounds
Practice talk for the 9th Workshop on Syntax and Semantics.
12:00pm Oak 338
Marko Hladnik
(Utrecht University)
Nov 6, 2012 Resumptions in Slavic Relative Clauses 12:45pm Oak 338
Yuya Okawa
(Kyoto University)
Nov 13, 2012 Inference and Japanese Evidentials 12:30pm Oak 338
Anthi Revithiadou
(Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Nov 27, 2012 Is there a default stress in Greek? 12:30pm Oak 338
Peter Smith Dec 4, 2012 Count-mass Nouns May Not Be Mass Nouns After All - 
Practice talk for Mass/Count in Linguistics, Philosophy and Cognitive Science
12:30pm Oak 338
Cleo Condoravdi Dec 11, 2012 Anankastic Conditionals 12:00pm Oak 338