McGill will be well represented at the 45th annual meeting of the North East Linguistics Society (NELS 45), to be held at MIT in late October. Presentations will include work by current graduate students, post-docs, and faculty:
- Brian Buccola – “Global semantic constraints: The case of Van Benthem’s Problem”
- Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine – “On the position of focus adverbs”
- Daniel Goodhue & Michael Wagner – “It’s not just what you say, it’s how you say it: Intonation, yes and no”
- Michael Hamilton – “Default agreement in Mi’gmaq possessor raising and ditransitive constructions”
- Aron Hirsch & Michael Wagner – “Prosodic evidence that parentheticals are placed by rightward movement”
- Henrison Hsieh – “Future-oriented actuality entailments: A puzzle from Tagalog”
This year’s NELS is also co-organized by current McGill Mellon Postdoc, Hadas Kotek. The full program can be viewed here.