The Department of Linguistics at the University of Connecticut is a leading center for theoretical research in generative grammar, and for experimental research on child language acquisition.
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Nick Huang (post-doc 2019-2021) will be starting a tenure-track assistant professor position at the National University of Singapore’s Department of English Language and Literature in August. Congratulations Nick![Read More]
Emma Nguyen successfully defended her dissertation titled “The predictive power of lexical semantics on the acquisition of passive voice in young children” on July 27th. Congratulations, Emma! Dr. Nguyen with her committee:[Read More]
The Eastern Generative Grammar (EGG) summer school is taking place online between 26th July-6th August. Adrian Stegovec will be teaching two courses at the summer school: Person restrictions in syntax: A generative typological approach (Week 1) Language particulars versus language universals: An Algonquian case study (Week 2)[Read More]
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