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Meaning Group in Oak 105: Sudo 2012

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
9:30am – 11:00am

Storrs Campus
Oak Hall 105

Adrian Stegovec will be presenting parts of Yasutada Sudo's dissertation (MIT 2012, "On the Semantics of Phi Features on Pronouns"), in partial fulfillment of the requirements for credit in LING 6410. The presentation will focus on the sections listed below. Let us know if you want to attend and don't have access to the dissertation.

"Section 1 (Gender) (19-38), Sections 7, 8, 10 (Person) (138-148; 161-164), and Sections 11 & 13 (Number) (164-166; 180-190). Which is then roughly 50 pages ... like a long journal paper."

The UConn Meaning Group meets on a regular (mostly weekly) basis to discuss recent and ongoing work in the areas of Semantics, Pragmatics, and Philosophy of Language. It consists primarily of faculty and graduate students in the Departments of Linguistics and Philosophy, but is open to anyone interested in the topics.

Contact:

stefan.kaufmann@uconn.edu

Meaning Group (primary), Linguistics Department, UConn Logic Group Colloquium

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