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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Spring 2017

Date Name Topic Time Room
Jan 17, 2017 Paula Fenger Two agreeing heads does not make you special: Restrictions in person portmanteux 12:30pm Oak 338
Jan 24, 2017 Chundra Cathcart Modeling Hindi/Urdu Numerical Recognition 12:30pm Oak 338
Jan 31, 2017 Renato Lacerda Stranding-i in Brazilian Portuguese Preposition t-i 12:30pm Oak 338
Feb 7, 2017 Christos Christopoulos and Roberto Petrosino Greek and stem allomorphy 12:30pm Oak 338
Feb 14, 2017 Pietro Cerrone Testing Anaccusativity: the case of Italian ne-cliticization 12:30pm Oak 338
Feb 21, 2017 Pavel Koval Rightward movement: evidence from Nepali correlative 12:30pm Oak 338
Feb 28, 2017 Yoshiki Fujiwara On the acquisition of Japanese Conjunction and the Semantic Subset Principle: A Preliminary Report 12:30pm Oak 338
Mar 7, 2017 12:30pm Oak 338
Mar 21, 2017 Roberto Petrosino and Christos Christopoulos Greek allomorphy, spans and linear adjacency 12:30pm Oak 338
Mar 28, 2017 Pavel Koval Strong Case-Linked Agree Generalisation: ins and outs of Russian and Lardil 12:30pm Oak 338
Apr 4, 2017 Gabriel Martinez-Vera On recomplementation, verb movement and high adverbs in the Spanish left periphery 12:30pm Oak 338
Apr 11, 2017 Claire Moore-Cantwell Learning lexical idiosyncrasy along with phonology 12:30pm Oak 338
Apr 18, 2017 Yong-Suk Yoo Mobility in syntax: On contextuality in labeling and phases 12:30pm Oak 338
Apr 25, 2017 Laura Vela Comparison and Coordination 12:30pm Oak 338

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