- Tieu | Glossa editor-in-chiefUConn linguistics alumna Lyn Tieu (PhD 2013, now at University of Toronto) has recently been promoted to co-Editor-in-Chief of GLOSSA alongside Johan Rooryck. Congratulations Lyn!Posted on May 14, 2023
- van der Hulst festschrift & NAPhCxii workshopHarry van der Hulst was honored with a festschrift and special satellite workshop organized by Nancy Ritter at the Twelfth North American Phonology Conference (NAPhCxii), held at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, May 14, 2023. Harry also gave an invited presentation at the main conference titled What can stress tell us about the structure of synthetic […]Posted on May 14, 2023
- UConn Linguistics at SALTThe 33nd conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) will take place on May 12-14th at Yale University. UConn will be represented at the conference with presentations by: Ka-Fai Yip, Ushasi Banerjee and Margaret Chui Yi Lee. Are there “weak definites” in bare classifier languages? Yusuke Yagi. Telescope of Incremental Quantification (poster) Vicki Carstens. Extraction […]Posted on May 11, 2023
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