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Diane Lillo-Martin gave a talk on May 19th in the Abralin ao Vivo – Linguists Online series hosted by the Brazilian Linguistics Association (Abralin). A recording of the talk, titled “Sign Language Acquisition and Linguistic Theory”, can be accessed on the Abralin website or on youtube.[Read More]
Magda Kaufmann will be giving an online talk in the LinG Colloquium Series at Göttingen University series today on May 20th, titled: “A semantic-pragmatic account of generalized subject obviation”[Read More]
Abigail Thornton successfully defended her dissertation titled “Morphophonological & Morphosyntactic Domains” on May 14th in our first doctoral defense since moving online. Congratulations, Abbie! Dr. Thornton with her committee:[Read More]
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