Synlinks: Sept. 17, 2016.
Location: Storrs, CT.
Misha Becker – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Kamil Deen – University of Hawaii at Manoa
Jeff Lidz – University of Maryland, College Park
Akira Omaki – University of Washington
Lisa Pearl – University of California, Irvine
Jesse Snedeker – Harvard University
Diane Lillo-Martin and William Snyder will serve as discussion leaders during the two panel discussions.
Workshop website: http://linguistics.uconn.edu/events/synlinks.html
Going Heim: May 2-3, 2015
Location: UConn, Storrs
Keynote: Irene Heim (MIT)
David Beaver (Texas)
Simon Charlow (Rutgers)
Hans Kamp (Stuttgart/Texas)
Barbara Partee (UMass)
Thomas Ede Zimmermann (Frankfurt)
Workshop webpage: http://logic.uconn.edu/workshop/
UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable 4: Dec. 7, 2014.
Location: UConn, Storrs, CT.
Workshop website: http://uconnlgr.wordpress.com/
UConn Linguistics Colloquium: 4:00pm, Oct. 10, 2014. Oak 112.
Bob Frank (Yale): Syntactic Derivation as Parallel Composition: Implications for Scope
UConn Ling Lunch: Oct. 7, 2014.
Paula Fenger: “When does ‘one’ help ‘man’? The distribution of impersonal pronouns”
UConn Linguistics Colloquium: 4:00pm, Sept. 26, 2014. Oak 112.
Philippe Schlenker (Institut Jean-Nicod, Paris; New York University): Formal Semantics with Iconicity: the case of Sign Language Pronouns
UConn Ling Lunch: Sept. 23, 2014.
Matt Hall: “Using Non-Language to Understand Language”
Ling Lunch: 12:30 p.m. Sept. 16, 2014, Oak 338, UConn
Title: “Agreement and Aspect in Senaya”
Ling Lunch: 12:30 p.m. Sept. 9, 2014, Oak 338, UConn
Title: “Feature mismatches: Consequences for syntax, morphology and semantics”
UConn Linguistics Colloquium: 4:00pm, Sept. 5, 2014. Oak 112.
Julie Legate (UPenn): Microvariation of VoiceP in Noncanonical Passives