About Us

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.

Oak Hall, Room 368
365 Fairfield Way, Unit 1145
Storrs, CT 06269-1145

Telephone: (860) 486-4229

Email: linguistics@uconn.edu

Upcoming Events

  1. Oct 30 Meaning Group: Mandelkern et al. (2020)3:00pm
  2. Nov 13 Logic Colloquium (online): Sandra Villata – Intermediate grammaticality10:00am
  3. Nov 20 Linguistics Colloquium: Jason Merchant (UChicago)4:00pm
  4. Dec 4 Logic Colloquium (Online): Nadine Theiler2:00pm
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Martínez Vera Defense

Gabriel Martínez Vera successfully defended his dissertation titled “On the Semantics of Evidentials in Southern Aymara“ on October 19th. Congratulations, Gabriel! Dr. Martínez Vera with his committee:

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Park | Academy of Korean Studies Best Student Paper Prize

We are pleased to announce that Jayeon Park received the Academy of Korean Studies Best Student Paper Prize for her presentation at the 28th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference (JK28). The prize was awarded for her presentation on “The sustained anterior negativity and syntactic movement dependencies in Korean”, which reports on joint work with Satoshi Tomioka and […]

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UConn Linguistics at JK

The 28th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference was held virtually from 7th-20th September 2020, hosted by the University of Central Lancashire. Several UConn linguists presented at the conference, … with talks by: Jayeon Park, Satoshi Tomioka and Jon Sprouse. The sustained anterior negativity and syntactic movement dependencies in Korean Yuta Sakamoto (PhD 2017, now at Meiji University). […]

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