April 6, 2017

MOTH 2017 at McMaster

The 5th Annual Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto-Hamilton Workshop On Syntax (MOTH 5) is being held on April 8th, 2017 at McMaster University in Hamilton. Susana Béjar (faculty) is the invited speaker, and many members of our department are giving regular talks and posters. See the page here for the full schedule. (On April 7th, there is a Cognitive Science of Language research day that will be of interest to many as well.)

Fulang Chen (MA): Chinese truck-drivers in Distributed Morphology

Zoe McKenzie (Ph.D.): An Analysis of Negative Imperatives in Labrador Inuttut

Heather Yawney (Ph.D.): Suspended Affixation within the Inflectional Domain of Turkish Verbs

Tomohiro Yokoyama (Ph.D.): Severing the PCC from its “Repair”

Emilia Melara (Ph.D.): This, that, and the other, it: Propositional anaphora in Toronto English

Virgilio Partida Peñalva (Ph.D.): On the positioning of Serbian/Croatian clitics. A DM approach

Julianne Doner (Ph.D.): The Purpose of the Inflectional Domain is Anchoring

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