The 36th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium, which will take place March 23rd-25th at the University of Pennsylvania, will host a number of papers from recent UMass graduates, including:
Martin Walkow will present "Choosing between Persons: Articulated Probes and the Ultra-Strong PCC"
Aynat Rubinstein will present "Figuring out what we 'ought' do do"
Cherlon Ussery will present "A Taxonomy of Agreement in Icelandic: Agree vs Multiple Agree, Syntactic vs Post-Syntactic"
Maria Biezma will present "Only one at least: refining the role of context in building alternatives."
Florian Schwarz, with co-authors Dimka Atanassov and John Trueswell will present "On the processing of 'might' "
The keynote address, entitled "Morpheme Order, Constituency, and Scope" will be delivered by Paul Kiparsky. There will also be an interdisciplinary panel session on Game Theory and Language. For a full schedule of events, see: <http://www.ling.upenn.edu/Events/PLC/plc36/program.html>.
The preregistration deadline for the conference is Wednesday, February
29th. To preregister, please visit the conference website at
<http://www.ling.upenn.edu/Events/PLC/plc36/> and follow the link to
the registration form. There is an additional $10 surcharge for
registrations made after the pre-registration deadline, so be sure to
register before then. All registration fees will be collected onsite.
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