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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Fall 2014

Date Name Topic Time Room
Sep 9, 2014 Peter Smith Feature mismatches: Consequences for syntax, morphology and semantics 12:30pm Oak 338
Sep 16, 2014 Laura Kalin Agreement and Aspect in Senaya 12:30pm Oak 338
Sep 23, 2014 Matt Hall Using Non-Language to Understand Language 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 7, 2014 Paula Fenger When does 'one' help 'man'? The distribution of impersonal pronouns 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 14, 2014 Adrian Stegovec Now you PCC me, now you don’t: Slovenian clitic-switch as a repair strategy for person-case effects 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 21, 2014 Ksenia Bogomolets The notion of a word in phonetics and phonology of word-level prosody: case study of Arapaho 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 28, 2014 Kadir Gökgöz Pointing and Eyegaze in Bimodal Bilingual Language Development 12:30pm Oak 338
Nov 4, 2014 I-Ta Chris Hsieh & Zheng Shen Some Notes on 'Many' 12:30pm Oak 338
Nov 11, 2014 Asli Ozyurek
(Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Two sides of the coin: The role of iconicity and arbitrariness in language structure, processing and development 12:30pm Oak 338
Nov 18, 2014 Roberto Petrosino D-allomorphy in Italian and Neapolitan 12:30pm Oak 338
Dec 2, 2014 Heidi Klockmann (Utrecht) Inherent case as a PP-case 12:30pm Oak 338