Colloquia 2013-2014

Fall

October 24, 3:30-5pm

Edward Keenan, University of California, Los Angeles
Compositional Semantics vs. Arbitrary Syntax
Harper 130

November 14, 3:30-5pm

Robert Henderson, Wayne State University
Dependent indefinites and the semantics of scope
Harper 130

December 5, 3:30-5pm

Kjell Johan Sæbø and his Seminar Semanticists, University of Chicago/University of Oslo
Not Alone: Results from LING/42100
Harper 130

Winter

January 30, 3:30-5pm

Ruth Lopes, University of Campinas
Null objects and VP-ellipsis in Brazilian Portuguese
Harper 130

February 20, 3:30-5pm

Robert May, University of California, Davis
Leibniz's Problem, Frege's Puzzle
Harper 130 (cosponsored by the Department of Philosophy)

Spring

April 3, 3:30-5pm

Kleanthes Grohmann, University of Cyprus
Comparative Bilingualism
Wieboldt 408

April 24, 3:30-5pm

Grant Goodall, University of California, San Diego
Two ways to escape from an island
Wieboldt 408

May 1, 3:30-5pm

Penelope Eckert, Stanford University
The Social Meaning of Variation is No Accident
Wieboldt 408

May 22, 3:30-5pm

Louis Goldstein, University of Southern California
Dynamics in Phonological Grammar
Wieboldt 408

May 29, 3:30-5pm

Tania Ionin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
One reading for every word order: scope, scrambling and prosody in native and non-native Russian
Wieboldt 408

June 5, 3:30-5pm

Miren Azkarate, University of the Basque Country
Derivational morphology issues in the standardization of the Basque language
Wieboldt 408