New jobs for alumni
New positions and homecomings for several recent graduates.
Melissa Blanco Borelli of the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, Naomi Feldman of the Department of Linguistics and Nancy Raquel Mirabal of the Department of American Studies are recognized.
Six talks from philosophy and linguistics, and psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics, at Maryland.
Challenging the received view on early phonetic learning.
Read about new grants, presentations and classes by Rodrigo, Paulina and Polina.
This year has been good for our alumni, with several new appointments and promotions.
Virtually in Novi Sad, on needs and signs.
Using this sentence means I'm asking a question?
Representing second-year international students newly arrived in College Park.
On the finite means that we make infinite use of.
Colin, Hanna, and several alums presenting at workshop on Linguistic Illusions in Sentence Processing.
On the psychological representations that give the meanings of "every" and "each".
On exceptives at the International Symposium in Japanese Psycholinguistics from Comparative Perspectives.
On 'yet' in Abruzzese, at the Cambridge Italian Dialect Syntax-Morphology Meeting.
Henry Sweet lecture, on the syntax of exceptives.
Support for research on constraints on movement, and on exceptive constructions.