The 6th annual Dog Days Summer Workshop on syntax, morphology, and semantics is taking place on Wednesday, August 9th (2017) in SS560A, starting at 9am. It is being presented with the generous support of Susana Béjar, Elizabeth Cowper, Diane Massam, Alana Johns, and Keren Rice and the University of Toronto Linguistics Department. Here are the speakers:
Julianne Doner (Ph.D.): Overtness and the EPP
Bronwyn Byorkman (Queen’s, formerly UofT post-doc), Elizabeth Cowper (faculty), Daniel Currie Hall (Ph.D. 2007, now at Saint Mary's), and Andrew Peters (Ph.D.): Person and deixis in Heiltsuk pronouns
Neil Banerjee (BA 2016, now at MIT): Something not aspectual in Southern Nambiquara
Virgilio Partida Peñalva (Ph.D.): Split-S in Otomí
Gavin Bembridge (York): Verbal Class and Lexical Diacritics
Alana Johns (faculty): An Agreement/Case Mismatch?
Heather Yawney (Ph.D.): Suspended Affixation within the Inflectional Domain of Turkish Verbs
Monica Irimia (Ph.D. 2011, now at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia) and Tova Rapoport (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev): Agreements: Secondary Predication Integration
Bridget Copley (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Paris 8): More have causatives
Bronwyn Bjorkman (Queen’s University, formerly UofT post-doc): Who can they be?
Kenji Oda (Ph.D. 2012, now at Syracuse University): First/last name asymmetry in Japanese proper names
Julie Goncharov (Ph.D. 2016, now at Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Relativization in the Grammar
Will Oxford (Ph.D. 2014, now at University of Manitoba): Consequences of Caselessness