November 2021 News

November 16, 2021
Congratulations to 2019 PhD Luke Lindemann on his appointment as a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at George Washington University. Luke’s postdoc starts immediately...
November 16, 2021
At the recent (virtual) BU conference on Language Development (November 4-7, 2021), Jackson Petty and Bob Frank presented their work on “Learning structure-role alignments...
November 16, 2021
Veneeta Dayal published a paper “On the syntax of multiple sluicing and what it tells us about wh-scope taking” jointly with Klaus Abels of University College London. It is...
November 16, 2021
Featured in this month’s Linguistic Inquiry: “Active Existential in Lithuanian: Remarks on Burzio’s Generalization” by Milena Sereikaite.
November 16, 2021
Jeremy Johns’ work in language revitalization and documentation has been featured in Arizona-based magazine, Golden Corridor Living. In the story Jeremy discusses goals and...
November 16, 2021
Jeremy Johns collaborated with the Ak-Chin Indian Community’s Education Department to secure a two-year American Rescue Plan Emergency Native Language Funding grant...
November 16, 2021
On Nov 2, Claire Bowern gave a talk in Roger Levy’s Computational Psycholinguistics lab, on phonological stability and factors which may (or may not) give rise to sound...