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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

UConn @ WCCFL 34

Published on April, 27 2016 at 12:54am

WCCFL 34 will take place in Salt Lake City, Utah, April 29 – May 1, 2016.

UConn will be represtend by the following talks...

  • Željko Bošković: On argument ellipsis and clitic doubling
  • Adrian Stegovec: Between YOU and ME—Two generalizations on person restrictions and what they show us
  • Susi Wurmbrand: Feature sharing and locality of Germanic fake indexicals–Against binding by verbal heads
  • Peter Smith (UConn 2015): What Semantically Motivated Agreement Tells us about Agree
  • Lyn Tieu (UConn 2013) (with Federica Di Bacco, Vincenzo Moscati, Raffaella Folli, Christina Sevdali, Jacopo Romoli): Testing the QUD approach—Children’s comprehension of socially ambiguous questions
  • Miloje Despić (UConn 2011) (with Michael Hamilton, Sarah Murray): Multiple and Cyclic Agree—Person/number marking in Cheyenne
  • Samuel Epstein (UConn 1987), Invited talk: Explaining Aspects of Nature and Nurture, Naturally, within Third Factor Biolinguistic Minimalism

... and posters:

  • Zheng Shen: An Asymmetry between Multi-Valued Ns and Ts
  • Yuta Tatsumi: Restructuring in Japanese - Evidence from Reciprocal Verbal Compounds
  • Jon Sprouse (with Aaron Steven White): The trace of categorical structure in gradient judgments
  • Masashi Nomura (UConn 2005): Pair-merge and feature-valuation via minimal search: evidence from Icelandic
  • Emily Hanink (UConn undergraduate, 2012) (with Julian Grove): German relative clauses and the severed index hypothesis