Rodrigo, Paulina and Ted in Bremen for DGfS

March 6, those at the Conference of the German Linguistic Society will learn that Optional agreement in Santiago Tz'utujil is syntactic, thanks to a presentation of work by Theodore Levin, Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero, within a workshop titled "Who cares? Contrast and Opposition in 'Free' Phenomena". This year's meeting is in the northwestern city of Bremen, famous both for kale and for Beck's brewery.