|10:30-11:10||Sara Kessler (Stanford)||Adjectives and the Stage-Individual Level Distinction: A corpus study|
|11:10-11:50||Erik Zyman (UCSC)||Lake Pátzcuaro P'urhepecha and the Semantic Typology of Degree Constructions|
|11:50-12:30||Daria Popova (Stanford)||Noun multidimensionality and gradability through the prism of the 'tot eshjo N' construction in Russian|
|12:30-1:30||Lunch||There are a number of options available on campus.|
|1:30-2:10||Lelia Glass (Stanford)||Need to vs. have to vs. got to: A corpus study in semantic variation|
|2:10-2:50||Katie Sardinha (UC Berkeley)||Deriving modal flavour in Turkmen|
|2:50-3:30||Lauren Winans (UCLA)||Evidential restrictions of must and will|
|3:50-4:30||James Collins (Stanford)||Be about to and the proximal future|
|4:30-5:10||Jos Tellings (UCLA)||All-clefts and NPI-licensing in Dutch|
|5:10-5:50||Bern Samko (UCSC)||Verum Focus in alternative semantics|
|5:50-6:30||Philippe Côté-Boucher (UCLA)||Yes, but that's not the point: Ways to change the QUD|
|7:00||Dinner at Wolfgang Puck's||Ackerman Student Union|
|9:30-10:10||Jesse Harris (UCLA)||A Transparent Semantics for Transparent Free Relatives|
|10:10-10:50||Gwen Gillingham (UCSD)||WHAT?! SERIOUSLY?!: Emphatic Rising Declaratives and Wh-In-Situ Constructions in English|
|10:50-11:30||Kristen Greer (UC Davis)||The partitive structure of quantification|
|11:30-12:30||Lunch in Campbell 2122|
|12:30-1:10||Prerna Nadathur (Stanford)||Implicative verbs and presuppositions|
|1:10-1:50||Andrea Beltrama (Stanford/U of Chicago)||Very UCLA, totally next in line|
|1:50-2:30||Julia Blume (UCSD)||The Interaction of Evidentials and Validationals in Cusco Quechua|
|3:00-3:40||Phil Crone (Stanford)||Asserting Clarity as Managing Awareness|
|3:40-4:20||Iris Oved, Pierina Cheung, and David Barner (UCSD)||Lexical Concepts as Representations for Essences: Evidence from Use of Generics|
|4:20-5:00||Andre Coneglian (UPM; FAPESP-Brazil/UC Berkeley)||A mental spaces treatment of concessive constructions: the case of metaspatial constructions|
CUSP 7 will be held at UCLA in Humanities A65 both days.
For parking information see this guide.The closest parking structure is lot 5.
Graduate student presenters and attendees interested in finding accommodation with UCLA graduate students can contact us for details.
The CUSP project was founded in 2008 with the aim of creating a semi-structured venue for interaction between the many researchers in the California semantics/pragmatics community.
CUSP 1 was held at UCLA on May 23-24, 2009.
CUSP 2 was held at UC Santa Cruz on November 21, 2009.
CUSP 3 was held at Stanford University on October 15-16, 2010.
CUSP 4 was held at the University of Southern California on February 3-4, 2012.
CUSP 5 was held at UCSD on October 27-28, 2012.
CUSP 6 was held at UC Berkeley on October 11-12, 2013.