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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

UConn linguists at GLOW Asia X

Published on May, 19 2014 at 11:21am

The 10th GLOW Asia meeting (National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, May 24-26, 2014) will see several current and former UConn linguists:


Talks:

  • Lyn Tieu (UConn 2013) and Zheng Shen: Investigating superlatives in the littlest linguists 
  • Koji Shimamura: Syntactically ergative = Morphologically accusative 
  • Kensuke Takita, Nobu Goto and Yoshiyuki Shibata: Labeling through Spell-Out  

Posters:

  • Maria Polinsky and Nina Radkevich (UConn 2010): Split ergativity is more varied than it seems 
  • Toshiko Oda (UConn 2008): Resumptive Pronouns of Degree in Clausal Yorimo (than)-Comparatives
  • Suyoung Bae and Bum-sik Park (UConn 2005): The variability of the CMC effect in Korean
  • Shasha An, Rosalind Thornton (UConn 1990), Stephen Crain and Peng Zhou: Mandarin-speaking children’s interpretation of disjunction in Verb Phrase Ellipsis (VPE) structures
  • Samuel Epstein (UConn 1987), Hisatsugu Kitahara and Daniel Seely: *What do we wonder is not syntactic?