Tom Roeper writes:
From BU, Bart Hollebrandse Angeliek van HOut, and Kazuko Yatsushiro
were co-authors with 17 and 25 others, respectively, of two reports
from the COST project, run by Uli Sauerland, which was a European outgrowth
of the DELV project. The papers dealt with co-ordinated experiments
on Tense and Quantification across all of those languages. The DELV
figured prominently in a new COST project on Bililngualism and SLI presented
by Cornelia Hamann in the plenary lecture at BU as well.
Ana Perez presented a paper on Recursion developing a Canadian wing to
the UMass work on the project, And Jill deVilliers and Tom Roeper
presented their recent work on Tense and Truth in the (fortunately) endless
saga of wh-movement in acquisition.