Emily Clem, who just joined our department as one of our two new syntacticians, has a new paper on “Amahuaca ergative as agreement with multiple heads” that just appeared in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 37(3): 785–823. 2019. [open source version] [published version]
Monthly Archives: July 2019
Sharon Rose at ALS 5
Sharon Rose taught at the 5th African Linguistics School at Rhodes University in South Africa this summer. The school provides African linguistics students from across the continent the opportunity to take two weeks of courses with international and Africa-based faculty.
Anne Therese Frederiksen has accepted a Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship at UC Irvine
Ling grad student Anne Therese Frederiksen has accepted a Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship at UC Irvine, to work with Judith Kroll on pronoun processing in bimodal bilinguals. Congratulations, Anne Therese!