The Weekly Newsletter of MIT Linguistics

Coppe van Urk papers accepted

Fourth-year student Coppe van Urk learned over the summer that two papers of which he is a co-author were accepted for publication.  The first, jointly authored with Laura Kalin (UCLA), entitled “Aspect splits without ergativity: Agreement asymmetries in Neo-Aramaic,” was accepted by Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.  The second, co-authored with our own Norvin Richards, was accepted by Linguistic Inquiry.  It is entitled “Two components of long-distance extraction: Successive cyclicity in Dinka.”  Double congratulations, Coppe (and Laura and Norvin too!)