Graduate student Alex Rodríguez and faculty member Grant Goodall are presenting a poster “On the universality of wh-islands: Experimental evidence from Spanish” at the 50th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL50) on Friday July 3rd, 2020.
Monthly Archives: June 2020
Eva Wittenberg pubblished a book chapter on cross-linguistic linear orders of constituents
In German comes the verb not always last (or even second)!
Faculty member Eva Wittenberg and her co-authors just published a book chapter exploring linguistic serialization options, specifically, topics, frame-setter expressions, and verbs in German, English, and Turkish!
Wiese, Heike, Oncu, Mehmet Tahir, Muller, Hans G., Eva Wittenberg (2020). Verb Third in spoken German: A natural order of information, in: Woolfe et al. (eds). Rethinking Verb Second, ch. 29, pp.682-699. Oxford University Press.
Anna Mai has a new paper in LabPhon
Graduate student Anna Mai has published a paper in Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology, entitled “Phonetic effects of onset complexity on the English syllable.” Congratulations, Anna!