Category: Conferences


Published: May 1, 2023

The 41st West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 41) is happening this week, hosted by the University of California, Santa Cruz. The program features several talks by UCLA linguists:

  • Adeline Tan: CiV lengthening: Productivity and the emergence of the unmarked
  • Hunter Johnson: Feature Gluttony in the Guaraní inverse
  • Joseph Class: Reanalyzing agreement and incorporation restrictions in Southern Tiwa: Interaction/Satisfaction meets Gluttony
  • Zahra Mirrazi: Choice functions and Binder Roof Constraint
  • Zahra Mirrazi (with Michela Ippolito): Modal Past is Past: Evidence from non-SOT languages
  • Alum Nikos Angelopoulos (with Chris Collins, Dimitris Michelioudakis, Arhonto Terzi): On the syntactic status of implicit arguments in UG: Greek as a case study
  • MA alum Richard Wang: Morphosyntactically conditioned footing in Beijing Mandarin: Evidence from retroflex lenition