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  • UConn @ FEAST

    Published on May 6, 2015

    In addition to two invited talks by Diane Lillo-Martin, UConn was represented at FEAST by
    • Vanessa Petroj's poster on "Article Distribution in English/American Sign Language (ASL) Whispered Code-Blended Speech", and
    • a talk by Kate Davidson [Postdoc 2012-13] and Helen... Continued »
  • Diane Lillo-Martin | Invited Talks

    Published on May 6, 2015

    Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory (FEAST) is taking place in Barcelona, May 4-6. Diane Lillo-Martin is giving an invited talk entitled "Bimodal bilingual language acquisition and language synthesis." She is also speaking on "The impact... Continued »
  • Beata Moskal | Defense

    Beata Moskal | Defense

    Published on May 4, 2015

    Congratulations to Beata Moskal on the successful defense of her doctoral dissertation today - Domains on the border: between morphology and phonologyContinued »
  • Neda Todorović | Article Accepted

    Published on May 4, 2015

    Neda Todorović's paper "Tense and aspect (in)compatibility in Serbian matrix and subordinate clauses" has been accepted for publication in Lingua. Continued »
  • Susi Wurmbrand | Full Professor

    Published on April 29, 2015

    Susi Wurmbrand has been promoted to Full Professor. Congratulations, Susi! Continued »
  • Željko Bošković | Invited Talk

    Published on April 26, 2015

    On April 29, Željko Bošković will be giving a talk entitled "It's important when you label" at the workshop "Syntax, Relative Clauses, and Slavic Languages" at the University of Utrecht. Continued »
  • Jonathan Bobaljik | Lecture at Harvard

    Published on April 24, 2015

    On April 27, Jonathan Bobaljik will be giving the 10th Annual Whatmough lecture at Harvard University. His talk is entitled "Morphological Universals: Comparatives and Beyond."    Continued »
  • UConn graduate class of 2015

    Published on April 22, 2015

    We are pleased to announce the UConn graduate class of 2015:
    • Pietro Cerrone, University of Pavia
    • Pavel Koval, Moscow State University
    • Gabriel Martínez Vera, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
    • Hiromune Oda, University of Tokyo
    • Yuta Tatsumi, Osaka University
    We look forward to welcoming everyone in the... Continued »
  • Magdalena Kaufmann | Colloquium at UMass

    Published on April 22, 2015

    On April 21, Magdalena Kaufmann gave a colloquium talk at the University of Amherst entitled "Embedded imperatives: too rare to expect, too frequent to ban". Continued »
  • UUSLAW at UConn

    Published on April 17, 2015

    The 2015 UConn-UMass-Smith Language Acquisition Workshop will take place at UConn on April 18, and the locals are contributing the following presentations:
    • Karina Bertolino: "Imperative Analogous Hypothesis in European Portuguese"
    • Zoe Fieldsteel and Diane Lillo-Martin: "Negation and Headshake in Bimodal Bilingual Development"
    • Kadir... Continued »