Archive for November 23rd, 2015
The next meeting of the MIT/Harvard fieldwork support group will take place on Monday, Nov. 23, 6-7pm. Note that this meeting will be at Harvard, in Boylston 303. Masha Polinsky (Harvard) will give a talk on fieldwork methodology and tools.
If you are interested in attending, please email either Michelle (email@example.com) or TC (firstname.lastname@example.org) to RSVP if you have not done so already!
The Southern New England Workshop in Semantics (SNEWS) is an annual graduate student conference that brings together presenters from six universities: Harvard, MIT, Brown, Yale, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and University of Connecticut. This year, SNEWS took place at Harvard. The following MIT grad students gave talks:
- Naomi Francis(second year): A curious pattern in future-oriented if only conditionals
- Aurore González & Sophie Moracchini (third year): Morphologically complex expressions: analyzing le moindre as superlative + even
- Daniel Margulis (second year): Expletive negation and temporal alternatives in until-clauses
- Paul Marty (fifth year): Syntactic Manner: the case of strong crossover effects
Speaker: Mingqiong (Joan) Luo (Shanghai International Studies University) Title: Opacity in Standard Chinese Nasal Rhymes – Phonology and Phonetics Date: Monday, November 23rd Time: 5-6:30 Place: 32D-831
A three-part interview with Michel DeGraff was published in Woy Magazine.