- UConn Linguists at WCCFLThe 40th meeting of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 40), hosted by Stanford University, will take place virtually on May 13-15, 2022. UConn will be well represented at the conference with talks by: Beccy Lewis. British English do-ellipsis is phasal ellipsis Ari Goertzel. Pseudo noun incorporation in Mandinka Željko Bošković. Binding and […]Posted on May 11, 2022
- Romance Languages: Recent Contributions to Linguistic TheoryThe event Romance Languages: Recent Contributions to Linguistic Theory will take place online on April 28-29 hosted by Harvard University, with the following talks by UConn linguists: Tarcísio Dias. Local wh-subjects under Brazilian Portuguese Quem nunca? Ellipsis Julio Villa-García (PhD 2012, now at University of Oviedo & University of Manchester) & Denis Ott. Bisententiality in […]Posted on April 27, 2022
- UConn Linguistics at GLOWThe 45th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Colloquium will take place at Queen Mary University of London on April 26-28, 2022 in a hybrid fashion. UConn linguistics will be well represented with talks and posters by: Yuta Tatsumi (PhD 2021, now at Meika University). A cross linguistic survey of ‘parts’ of fractions (workshop on Typological generalizations and semantic theory) […]Posted on April 26, 2022
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