Talks

Category: Faculty, General, Talks

Jun at UMass

Published: May 31, 2013

Sun-Ah Jun writes: I will be giving a talk at the Workshop on Explicit and Implicit Prosody in Sentence Processing, at Univ. of Massachusetts, in May 30-31, which is organized by Lyn Frazier to celebrate the contribution of Janet Fodor to the field of sentence processing.  My talk title is “Prosodic Priming and Individual Differences.”

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, General

Rett & Hyams in Reykjavík

Published: May 10, 2013

Jessica Rett and Nina Hyams are heading to Reykjavík, Iceland, to give a talk at the Workshop on Syntactic Issues in Language Acquisition at the 25th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, to be held May 13-15. Their talk is entitled: Copy raising and evidentiality: A view from child language

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Category: Conferences, Faculty, General

Rett at SALT 23

Published: May 3, 2013

Jessica Rett and co-author, Sarah Murray (Cornell), will be presenting a poster at SALT 23, to be held this weekend at UCSC. Their poster is entitled: “A semantic account of mirative evidentials”.

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Category: Faculty, General, Talks

Nina Hyams speaks at UNC-Chapel Hill

Published: April 12, 2013

Nina Hyams is speaking at UNC-Chapel Hill this weekend (April 13). She is the keynote speaker at the UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Colloquium. Her talk is entitled: The acquisition of syntactically encoded evidentiality (based on joint work with Jessica Rett and Lauren Winans)

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Category: Conferences, General, Graduate Students

UCLA Linguists at GURT 2013 / ACAL 44

Published: March 5, 2013

Laura McPherson and Sadie Martin will be giving talks at the upcoming Georgetown University Round Table / 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Laura’s talk is entitled: “Tonal competition in the Dogon DP: a constraint-based approach to conflict resolution” Sadie’s talk is entitled: “The “Instrumental” Construction in Twi”

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Category: Conferences, General, Graduate Students

Tellings @ BLS 39

Published: February 11, 2013

Jos Tellings will be presenting at BLS 39 at Berkeley this coming weekend. His talk is entitled: “Clitics and voicing in Dutch.” His abstract is as follows: Abstract: In Dutch, the process of clitic attachment to verbal stems interacts with voicing processes such as Final Devoicing and voice assimilation. In addition free variation is attested…

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