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Category: Conferences, Faculty, General, Talks

Hilda Koopman @ USC and Cornell

Published: October 25, 2012

Hilda Koopman was recently invited to the USC Undergraduate Linguistics Conference on October 12, where she  introduced the audience to the the Syntactic Structure of the World’s Languages (SSWL and Terraling) database project. The slides can be found here. She will also be heading out to Cornell for the  Workshop on Suspended Affixation on October…

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Category: Faculty, General, Talks

Sun-Ah Jun @ MIT

Published: October 23, 2012

Sun-Ah Jun will be speaking at MIT this Friday, October 26, as part of their colloquium series. Her talk is entitled: Prosodic Priming in Relative Clause Attachment. An abstract follows: In a sentence such as “Someone shot the servant of the actress who was on the balcony”, the relative clause (RC) can modify NP1 the servant (i.e.,…

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Category: General

Phonetics Seminar 10/22 – Sun-Ah Jun

Published: October 22, 2012

Sun-Ah Jun will be giving a talk this week in Phonetics Seminar Speaker: Sun-Ah Jun Date/Time: Monday, October 22, 4-6pm Location: Campbell 2101K Title: Prosodic Priming In Relative Clause Attachment Contact: Megha Sundara

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Category: Faculty, General, Journal Publications

Robert Daland in Journal of Child Language

Published: October 18, 2012

Robert Daland’s paper, “Variation in the input: a case study of manner class frequencies,” has appeared in the October Issue of Journal of Child Language. Here is a link to the Open Access article: http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A87KV34m Congratulations Robert! In addition, Robert writes, on Open Access: I believe that Open Access is the right way to go…

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Category: Conferences, General, Graduate Students

Laura Kalin goes to NELS!

Published: October 16, 2012

Graduate student Laura Kalin is heading to the 43rd Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistics Society, held at CUNY this week. She’ll be giving a poster presentation entitled: Last Resort Structure Building: Agreement and Argument Licensing in Senaya

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