Jim Wood and Catarina Soares their paper “Prepositional Infinitives in European Portuguese as Voice Alternations” in Palermo, Italy, on May 26th.
Raffaella Zanuttini publishes new work highlighting previously unnoticed restrictions on indexical elements.
Yale Linguistics alumnus, Matt Tyler, has recently published an article titled “Serial verb constructions and the syntax-prosody interface” in Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. Matt’s paper focuses on serial verb constructions in Degema arguing for a partly-unified postsyntactic module, wherein mrophology and prosody are built in parallel.
The article can be viewed at the link below.
On 25 October 2021, Milena Šereikaitė published a paper in Linguistic Inquiry entitled, “Active Existential in Lithuanian: Remarks on Burzio’s Generalization”.
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”.
Five papers were published by Yale linguists in the Proceedings of the 44th Annual Penn Linguistics Conference:
Samuel Andersson: Abkhaz Stress as a Segmental Property
Joseph Class: Causee Case in Gipuzkoan Basque
Catarina Soares and Jim Wood: Locative Causatives in European Portuguese as Voice Alternations
The “Roger Shuy Best Paper of 2020” prize for the journal American Speech was awarded to an article (“Dative Country: Markedness and Geographical Variation in Southern Dative Constructions”) co-authored by four members of the Yale Linguistics Department: Jim Wood, Raffaella Zanuttini, Larry Horn and Jason Zentz.
Veneeta Dayal gave a talk on April 26th at a meeting of the Indefiniteness Across Languages of the Mercosul Group (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay).