Terps at virtual LSA
December 26, 2020 Linguistics
Maryland syntax, semantics, language acquisition and phonology at the annual meeting.
January 6-10, the Linguistic Society of America hosts its 95th Annual Meeting virtually, featuring six presentations from Maryland, representing work by Polina Pleshak, Anouk Dieuleveut, Sigwan Thivierge, Tyler Knowlton, Rodrigo Ranero, Paulina Lyskawa, and postdoc Dan Goodhue, plus faculty collaborators Valentine Hacquard and Jeff Lidz, and Baggett alum Jad Wehbe.
- Polina Pleshak, The exponence of small nominals in Moksha
- Anouk Dieuleveut, Actuality Entailments of ability modals with perception verbs
- Sigwan Thivierge, Person and number asymmetries in Georgian agreement
- Tyler Knowlton and Jeffrey Lidz, Bootstrapping Universal Quantifiers: The Role of Genericity
- Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero, Sibilant Harmony in Santiago Tz'utujil
- Daniel Goodhue, A unified account of inquisitive and assertive rising declaratives
- Daniel Goodhue, Jad Wehbe, Valentine Hacquard and Jeffrey Lidz, That’s a question? Preschoolers’ comprehension of illocutionary force, clause type and intonation