The Weekly Newsletter of MIT Linguistics

Issue of Monday, November 21st, 2022

Jad Wehbe @ workshop on Homogeneity and Non-Maximality

Our local homogeneity expert Jad Wehbe (MIT) gave a very well-received talk on 11/19 at the online workshop on Homogeneity and Non-Maximality in Plural Predication and Beyond!

His talk was titled Revisiting presuppositional accounts of homogeneity: 

Later in the day, he also served as a panelist on the panel Homogeneity projection and relation to other gappy phenomena: 

Interview with Paul Elbourne

The well-known philosophy blog “3:16” just published a long and really interesting interview with Paul Elbourne of Oxford University — who the interviewer thinks is a philosopher but we really know to be a semantics graduate of MIT Linguistics (PhD 2002) (in other words, ours). Have a look: here.