UConn at ECO5

ECO-5 is an annual gathering of linguistics graduate students from five East Coast universities (UMass, MIT, Harvard, UConn, and UMD), and this year it was hosted by the UMass Linguistics department, taking place on March 2nd. UConn Linguistics was represented at ECO-5 with talks by:

  • Aarón Sánchez. (Un)agreement in Spanish and Greek Fake Indexicals
  • Shangyan Pan. Gei as functional elements: How many are there?
  • Tyler Poisson. Arithmetic in English and ditransitive constructions
  • Qi Wu. Introducing Target/Stimulus argument of Mandarin Experiencer-Subject psych-predicates