UConn Linguistics at CLS

The 60th annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society (CLS) is taking place at the University of Chicago on April 26th-28th, and UConn linguistics will be well represented at the conference with talks by:

  • Qiushi Chen. On the units of syntactic reanalysis: Evidence from two Sinitic languages.
  • Stefan Kaufmann, Magdalena Kaufmann, & Stefan Hinterwimmer. In case falls is relevant.
  • Alexandre Vaxman (PhD 2016, now at University of Tours). The morphemic weight scale in the lexical accent system of Nxaảmxcín (Moses-Columbia Salish).
  • Zixi Liu. Contextuality in the height of A-positions: Nominative object construction in Japanese.

… and poster presentations by:

  • Heesun Yang (incoming cohort 2024-25) and Bum-Sik Park (PhD 2005, now at Dongguk University). Korean High Negation Questions and Their Syntax and Semantics.
  • Shangyan Pan. From ‘giving’ to receiving: the syntax and diachronic change of the Mandarin ‘give’.


The UConn Linguistics contingent at CLS 60:

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