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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

UConn at Sinn und Bedeutung and GALA

Published on September, 5 2017 at 11:07am

 

UConn will be well represented at two confrences in Europe this week:

Sinn und Bedeutung 22 in Berlin/Potsdam, Germany, Sep 7-10

Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 13, Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB), Palma de Mallorca (Spain), Sep 7-9

At SuB, we're represented by:

  • Hiroaki Saito and Adrian Stegovec "The pa/wa of imperative alternatives"
  • Gabriel Martinez Vera:"On competing degree morphemes in derived verbs of change in Southern Aymara"

as well as by former Huskies:

  • Luisa Martí: "Inclusive plurals and the theory of number"
  • Agata Renans, Jacopo Romoli, Maria-Margarita Makri, Lyn Tieu, Hanna de Vries, Raffaella Folli and George Tsoulas: "Abundance inferences are scalar implicatures: Evidence from child and adult Greek"
  • Frances Kane, Alexandre Cremers, Lyn Tieu, Lynda Kennedy, Yasutada Sudo, Raffaella Folli and Jacopo Romoli: "Testing theories of temporal inferences: Evidence from child language"
  • Peet Klecha: "A formal pragmatic account of double access"

And at GALA:

 

  • Lyn Tieu, Zheng Shen - Aiming high: children's knowledge of absolute and relative readings of superlatives
  • Ryosuke Hattori - Acquisition of Clausal Comparatives by Parameter Setting
  • William Snyder, Emma Nguyen - On Semantic Coercion in Children's Raising and Passives
  • Kadir Gökgöz, Ronice Müller de Quadros, Diane Lillo-Martin, Deborah Chen Pichler - Constraints on Code-Blending: Distributions of Pointing Subjects and Objects in Bimodal Bilingual Children
  • Yoshiki Fujiwara, Hiroyuki Shimada - Elided Conjunction in Child Japanese and Its Implications
  • Ayumi Matsuo and Letitia Naigles - Japanese 2-year-olds' Use of Multiple Cues in Verb Acquisition

 

As well as UConn Alumni:

  • Kazuko Yatsushiro and Uli Sauerland - Relative Clause production in German