Omer talking at UMass colloquium

October 24, Omer Preminger presents "The syntax (and morphology) of non-valuation" at the UMass linguistics colloquium. In this talk Omer argues that, not only in morphology but also in syntax, what was traditionally thought of as one member in a set of possible feature values actually corresponds to the absence of valued features altogether, and that this view of (non‑)valuation leads to empirical advancements in the domains of case assignment and agreement intervention.