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6:30 PM | 8:00 PM
NEIL MYLER (NYU)
Predicative Possession and the Theory of Argument Structure
Predicative possession constructions show a bewildering amount of surface variation in their syntax...
4:15 PM | 6:15 PM
Speaker: Julia Hirschberg (Columbia)
Title: Comparing Prosodic Entrainment in English and Mandarin Conversation
When people speak together, they often adapt aspects of their speaking...
The speakers will be Julie Franck (Université de Genève), whose talk has the title "Navigating interference effects in agreement: A tentative roadmap".
12:00 PM | 5:00 PM
SQUID is an informal conference held by the Linguistics Program at which students and faculty present twenty-minute talks on a variety of unusual linguistic topics.
Everyone is invited to submit...
2:00 PM | 4:00 PM
Speaker: Luiza Lukowicz (NYU)
Title: Decomposing an 'ethnolect': Generation and gender differences in the speech of Polish New Yorkers
Abstract: Existing research investigating the...
Speaker: Aaron Ecay (University of Pennsylvania)
Speaker: Angelika Kratzer (UMass)
Title: The Semantics of Embedding
The syntactic shape of a sentential complement has a systematic influence on the meaning of embedding...
Speaker: Christie Toth
Title: Linguistic Diversity in the Tribal College Writing Classroom: Language Shift, Navajo English, and Standard English Ideologies