Category: Conferences


Published: April 8, 2024

The 42nd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 42) is happening this week, hosted by UC Berkeley. The program features several presentations by UCLA linguists:

  • Huilei Wang: Exceptional scope out of finite complement clauses
  • János Egressy: Williams Cycle effects in Hungarian
  • Joe Class: Case discrimination is relativized to individual probes
  • Alum Canaan Breiss: Testing the Base-specificity prediction of the Voting Bases model
  • Alum Jennifer Kuo: Types of statistical learning in the acquisition of alternations
  • Alum Noah Elkins (with Justin Royer and Tessa Scott): Super-extended ergativity in Mam
  • Alum Richard Stockwell: Recoverability and identity are dissociable in double ellipsis
  • Alum Richard Stockwell and Dominique Sportiche (with Aya Meltzer-Asscher): Condition C, pronoun strength, and the raising analysis of relative clauses
  • Alum Vicki Carstens: The (un)interpretability of grammatical gender