UConn Linguistics was represented at Sinn und Bedeutung 24 this year by Xuetong Yuan. Her talk was titled “A discourse model for Mandarin ba-interrogatives.“
Harry van der Hulst has received the Faculty Excellence in Research and Creativity – Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Award.
This award is given by the UConn Alumni Foundation Alumni Relations Office in recognition of research excellence and the highest level of creativity to enhance UConn’s academic and creative reputation.
The following two books co-edited by Harry van der Hulst appeared recently:
Substance-based Grammar: The (Ongoing) Work of John Anderson, edited by Roger Böhm and Harry van der Hulst, John Benjamins
The Study of Word Stress and Accent, edited by Rob Goedemans, Jeffrey Heinz, and Harry van der Hulst, Cambridge University Press
Zheng Shen (Ph.D. 2018) has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship in the Department of English Language and Literature at the National University of Singapore, starting January 2020. Congratulations!