The Weekly Newsletter of MIT Linguistics

MIT at Sinn und Bedeutung

MIT Semantics is well represented at Sinn und Bedeutung this year. The conference is taking place September 30 to October 2 in Stuttgart, Germany. The MIT contributions are:

  • Martin Hackl (who will join the MIT faculty next year), Jorie Koster-Moeller and Andrea Gottstein (Pomona College): “Processing Opacity”
  • Jacopo Romoli (Harvard University) and Yasutada Sudo (MIT): “De re/de dicto Ambiguity and Presupposition Projection”
  • Marta Abrusan (Institut Jean Nicod, ENS — MIT alumn): “On wh-Islands”
  • Luka Crnic and Tue Trinh (MIT): “Remarks on Embedded Imperatives”
  • Raj Singh (MIT): “‘Maximise Presupposition!’ as Blind, Local Blocking”