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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Huskies at GLOW 40

Published on March, 16 2017 at 1:25am

There are 9 Husky linguists (current and past) presenting at the 40th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) colloquium and workshops at Leiden University, March 14-18.

Ksenia Bogomolets, Paula Fenger, Adrian Stegovec will be giving a talk titled "Unifying V-C movement in Algonquian and Germanic: A view from the outliers".

Paula Fenger will be giving a talk titled "Multiple agreeing persons is not that special: restrictions on person portmanteaux.

Adrian Stegovec will be giving a talk titled "Two's company, three's a crowd: Strength implications in syntactic person restrictions".

Aida Talić will be giving a talk titled "Cyclic clitic incorporation and High-tone spreading in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian" at the Syntax-Phonology workshop.

Harry van der Hulst will give an invited talk titled "The integration of segmental and syllabic structure in Radical CV Phonology" at the workshop The Interface Within.

Ian Roberts will give an invited talk titled "Government, Agreement and Minimality" at the workshop What Happened to Government?

Laura Kalin (Princeton, former post-doc) will give a talk titled "Nominal licensing is driven by valued (phi-) features".

Beata Moskal (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, UConn alum) will give a talk titled "Evidence for privative persons clusivity-driven suppletion".

Philip Weisser (University of Leipzig, former post-doc) will give a talk titled "On the Symmetry of Case in Conjunction".