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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We are pleased to announce that the recently published Handbook of Japanese Semantics and Pragmatics (De Gruyter Mouton 2020, edited by Wesley W. Jacobsen and Yukinori Takubo) features two chapters by UConn faculty: “Formal treatments of tense and aspect” by Stefan Kaufmann (Chapter 7, pages 371-422) “Possibility and necessity in Japanese: Prioritizing, epistemic, and dynamic […][Read More]
Stefan Kaufmann gave a colloquium talk at the University of Konstanz, Germany on the 12th November 2020. The talk, “How fake is fake Past?”, is joint work with Teru Mizuno.[Read More]
The 51th meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 51) is being held virtually from 6th-8th November 2020, hosted by the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). UConn linguistics will be represented by a talk by: Shuyan Wang. Covert exhaustifier or not? Child language can help[Read More]
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