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.
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.
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!