GLOW (Generative Linguistics in the Old World) is occurring from the 15th to the 18th in Paris. Several past (and future) members of our department will be involved.
Former visiting professor Peter Hallman (University of Vienna) is presenting "Temporal perspective in the state/event distinction."
Monica Irimia (Ph.D. 2011, now at the University of York): "Restructuring and adjectival small clauses."
Incoming faculty member Guillaume Thomas (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro): "Rising scale segments: additivity, comparison and continuation."
Lyn Tieu (MA 2008, now at l'École Normale Supérieure) with colleagues Lynda Kennedy, Jacopo Romoli, and Raffaella Folli: "Scope ambiguity in Broca's aphasia: Evidence for a grammar-specific impairment."
Ewan Dunbar (MA 2008, now at l'École Normale Supérieure) with colleagues Gabriel Synnaeve and Emmanuel Dupoux: "On the origin of features: Quantitative methods for comparing representations."
Keir Moulton (MA 2002, now at Simon Fraser University) with Nino Grillo: "Mismatching pseudo-relatives describe event kinds."