McGill linguists presented last week at Université de Montréal’s VocUM 2014, a “colloque multidisciplinaire en traduction, linguistique, littératures et langues modernes.”

  • Lizzie Carolan (BA ’14, currently working as an RA) gave a talk titled “An exploration of tense in Chuj”.
  • Heather Goad was a plenary speaker. Her talk was titled “Patterns in the second language acquisition of s-initial clusters: Is learning a subset grammar as hard as it seems?”

The full program is available here.