Emily Elfner will defend her dissertation: "Syntax-Prosody Interactions in Irish" on Tuesday, November 8th at 4PM in Bartlett 206.
All are welcome!
Anisa Schardl writes:
This Thursday, Peter will be talking at SRG about imprecision and
modality. It'll be at Barbara's, 50 Hobart Lane in Amherst, starting
at 6pm. I'll bring dinner, you bring money or your own dinner. If
you need me to pick up something special (e.g. vegan, lactose-free)
for you, email me and let me know. This will be one of your last
chances to talk to Peter about his work before he leaves, so be there!
WHISC has learned that Natural Language and Linguistic Theory has accepted "Direct Evidentials, Case, Tense and Aspect in Tibetan: Evidence for a General Theory of the Semantics of Evidentials," a paper co-authored by Kalsang, Jay Garfield, Margaret Speas and Jill deVilliers.
UMOP 38: Processing Linguistic Structure, edited by Jesse A. Harris and Margaret Grant is now available!
Here is how its advert blurb describes the volume:
This volume consists of a collection of working papers on sentence processing covering a wide range of topics, including pied-piping, ellipsis in adult sentence processing and acquisition, and processing effects associated with anticipating upcoming linguistic structure. Addressing numerous theoretical and experimental issues, papers in the volume may appeal to a wide audience interested in sentence processing.
Table of contents: http://www.people.umass.edu/harris/umop/UMOP38_toc.pdf
It can be purchased from the Graduate Linguistic Students' Association
"Locating Agreement in Grammar: An Argument from Agreement in Conjunctions" by Rajesh Bhatt and Martin Walkow has been accepted for publication by Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.