Maryland in Salt Lake City for LSA
January 4-7, UMD fields three posters at the LSA, two by Jeffrey Green, one by Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero, with former postdoc Theodore Levin. Sigwan Thivierge is also at the meeting, as part of Expanding Linguistic Science By Broadening Native American Participation, an LSA workshop aimed at connecting Native American community work on language with studies by academic linguists. And Colin gave a talk and a poster with Allyson Ettinger, Tess Wood and Shevaun Lewis titled “Language is everywhere: Institutionalizing a grassroots language science community," in a "showcase" LSA session on "Expanding the Reach of Linguistics: Collaborations with Other Disciplines and Beyond."
- Jeffrey Jack Green, Adjunct control as logophoric control
- Jeffrey Jack Green, Michael McCourt, Ellen Lau & Alexander Williams, PRO in adjuncts is interpreted as quickly as overt pronouns
- Theodore Levin, Paulina Lyskawa & Rodrigo Ranero, Optional agreement in Santiago Tz’utujiil (Mayan): The effects of animacy and grammatical function
- Colin Phillips, Tess Wood, Shevaun Lewis & Allyson Ettinger, Language is everywhere: institutionalizing a grassroots language science community