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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Fall 2015

Date Name Topic Time Room
Sep 01, 2015 Zheng Shen Fragment Answers and Movement - a Superlative Argument 12:30pm Oak 338
Sep 08, 2015 Kensuke Takita Antecedent-Contained Clausal Argument Ellipsis 12:30pm Oak 338
Sep 15, 2015 Adrian Stegovec Stating the obvious: Unifying restrictions on the subjects of matrix and embedded directive clauses 12:30pm Oak 338
Sep 22, 2015 Andrew Murphy (University of Leipzig) Tonal reflexes of movement in Akan 12:30pm Oak 338
Sep 29, 2015 Philipp Weisser Derived Coordination - A case study on clause chaining 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 6, 2015 Saurov Syed (USC) Two is not six in Bangla: evaluating some consequences 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 13, 2015 Gabriel Martínez Vera Syntactic structure for constructions with a-...-ar and en-..-ar Spanish parasynthetic verbs 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 20, 2015 Ksenia Bogomolets Realis is real: Initial Change as a Mood marker in Arapaho 12:30pm Oak 338
Oct 27, 2015 Jovana Gajic (University of Göttingen) Serbo-Croatian negative coordination: 12:30pm Oak 338
Nov 3, 2015  Andrew Nevins (UCL) Where can linearity trump hierarchy in syntax? 12:30pm Oak 338
Nov 10, 2015 Caitlin Meyer (University of Amsterdam) When getting out of line is in order: acquiring ordinals and ordinality 12:30pm Oak 338
Nov 17, 2015 Laura Kalin Reanalyzing Indo-Iranian “stems”: A case study of Adıyaman Kurmanji 12:30pm Oak 338
Sabine Laszakovits What if we looked at Turkish conditionals? 12:30pm Oak 338
Dec 1, 2015 Renato Lacerda Topicalization and the syntax-semantics interface: Asymmetries between high and low topics in Brazilian Portuguese 12:30pm Oak 338
Dec 8, 2015 Christos Christopoulos Obligatory "neg-raising" or obligatory verb-raising? 12:30pm Oak 338