08 May 2011

SALT 21 meets on May 20-22

The 21st meeting of Semantics and Linguistics Theory will meet on May 20-22 at Rutgers. Our own Angelika Kratzer is one of the invited speakers; she will be presenting "What *can* can mean."

Daniel Altshuler, of Hampshire College, is also presenting a paper: "Towards a more fine-grained theory of temporal adverbials."

UMass grad student Maria Biezma will be presenting a poster: "Conditional Inversion and Givenness."

UMass alumni Luis Alonso-Ovalle and Paula Menendez-Benito will also be presenting a poster: "Two types of epistemic indefinites: private ignorance vs. public indifference"

And UMass alumni Ilaria Frana and Kyle Rawlins will be presenting the poster: "Unconditional concealed questions and the nature of Heim's ambiguity"

More information can be found at: http://salt.rutgers.edu/.