Huskies at 41st Penn Linguistics Conference
10 UConn linguists will present at the 41st Penn Linguistics Conference held at the University of Pennsylvania, March 24-26.
Paula Fenger will give a talk titled "Multiple agreeing persons is not that special: restrictions on person portmanteaux".
Ksenia Bogomolets, Paula Fenger, and Adrian Stegovec will give a talk titled "Unifying V-C movement in Algonquian and Germanic: A view from the outliers".
Akihiko Arano will give a talk titled "On the Distribution of Headless vP/VP-Movement".
Jayeon Park will give a talk titled "A new way to define binding domain in Korean".
Gisli Runar Hardarson will give a talk titled "Forming a compound and spelling it out".
Pavel Koval will give a talk titled "Rightward dislocation: evidence from Nepali correlatives".
Christos Christopoulos and Roberto
Petrosino will give a talk titled "Greek root-allomorphy: Spans and linear adjacency".
Roberto Petrosino will give a talk titled "Morpho-phonological allomorphy in Neapolitan".
Gabriel Martinez Vera will give a poster titled "Putting together recomplementation, verb movement and high adverbs in the Spanish".