• Lee | Glossa
    Si Kai Lee’s article “On agreement-drop in Singlish: topics never agree” has just appeared in Volume 7 of Glossa,¬†as part of the GLOWing papers 2021¬†collection of selected papers from the 44th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Colloquium. The paper can be accessed online here. Congratulations Si Kai!
    Posted on November 2, 2022
  • International Conference on Tense and Aspect in Conditionals
    UConn linguistics will be represented with two presentations at the International Conference on Tense and Aspect in Conditionals at INALCO, Paris, November 2-4, 2022: Stefan Kaufmann. Shifty if’s iffy shifts (invited) Teruyuki Mizuno. Strategies for Anderson conditionals: their implications to the typology of O- and X-markings
    Posted on November 2, 2022

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