We are hosting this year's Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto-Hamilton (MOTH) Syntax Workshop, being held online on July 17-18. There is no fee, but please note that anyone interested in participating will need to register to be given access to the Zoom meetings.
Interspersed with colleagues we are (virtually) welcoming from Ontario, Québec, and the world, presenters associated with our department are:
Sahar Taghipour (Ph.D.):
"Oblique subject agreement in Persian: Evidence from psych predicates."
Samuel Jambrović (Ph.D., Department of Spanish and Portuguese):
"A cross-linguistic analysis of DOM with animate indefinite quantifiers."
Gregory Antono (MA):
"You think what we saying ah?: The ah particle in Colloquial Singapore English."
Crystal Chow (MA):
"How the hell do you say it: An analysis of wh-the-hell constructions in English versus Mandarin Chinese."
Nadia Takhtaganova (MA):
"Les titres de civilité en français: Pour une analyse minimaliste du syntagme de déterminant."
Connie Ting (MA 2018, now at McGill University):
"Capturing 'exempt' anaphors with local binding."