- Gu DefenseShengyun Gu successfully defended her doctoral dissertation titled Bimanual coordination: The non-dominant hand in Shanghai Sign Language on Friday October 27th. Congratulations, Shengyun! Shengyun during the defense: Dr. Gu with her committee after the successful defense: Dr. Gu cutting her well earned cake:Posted on November 9, 2023
- UConn Linguistics at BUCLDThe 48th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD48) took place on 2nd-5th November 2023. UConn linguistics was represented at the conference with talks by: Roeland Hancock, Sahil Luthra and William Snyder. Neuroanatomical Support for the Maturational Hypothesis of Subject-Experiencer Passives Helen Koulidobrova (PhD 2012, now at Central Connecticut University) and Gabriel Martinez Vera […]Posted on November 7, 2023
- Željko Bošković | Two invited talks at Peking UniversityŽeljko Bošković will give two invited talks this week at the Peking University, sponsored by Peking University Overseas Famous Scholar Lecture Plan: The talks will be titled: “On Wh and Subject Positions, the EPP, and Contextuality of Syntax” (November 1st) “Distributed Coordinations and Wh&Wh Coordinations” (November 3rd)Posted on October 30, 2023
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