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 available on the Just Accepted section on the Linguistic Inquiry web page.
Semantics & Pragmatics
Josh Phillips gave an invited talk at TripleA 8 — a semantic fieldwork conference, hosted by the University of Singapore and held online June 23–25. The workshop brings together formally-geared fieldwork on the semantics of languages of Africa, Asia, Austronesia and Australia. Josh’s talk was entitled ‘Tense and mood: semantics of the Djambarrpuyŋu verbal paradigm.’
Veneeta Dayal teaches a two-day mini-course on Dimensions of (In)definiteness and gives an invited talk on ‘Kinds and Objects: A Cross-linguistic Perspective on Number and (In)definiteness Marking’ at Workshop on Formal Linguistics 13, at the University of Brasilia, Brazil held on zoom on September 14-17.
An overview of the Workshop on Formal Linguistics 13 can be found at the link below.
Michael Stern published a paper with co-authors LeeAnn Stover (CUNY Graduate Center), Ernesto Guerra (University of Chile), and Gita Martohardjono (CUNY Graduate Center) entitled “Syntactic and Semantic Influences on the Time Course of Relative Clause Processing: The Role of Language Dominance”.
Veneeta Dayal gave an invited talk on The Cross-linguistic Expression of Definiteness: Demonstratives, Definites and Bare Nouns at Tsinghua University, China on June 3, 2021.
Veneeta Dayal gave a talk on April 26th at a meeting of the Indefiniteness Across Languages of the Mercosul Group (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay).