Fall term our regular meeting time is Friday 1-2:30 PM, and we will meet in room 117 in the Department of Linguistics at McGill (1085 Dr Penfield) (unless otherwise indicated). Please email Jurij Božič to be added to the email list, or if you wish to present some work.
All are welcome!
Please note, upcoming meetings below are subject to modification.
|Friday, January 13||Organisational meeting||Discussion on the upcoming ACFAS workshop|
|Friday, January 20||All||Head movement in syntax and morphology?||Two handouts from the Workshop on the Status of Head Movement in Linguistic Theory (Stanford University, Sept. 16-17, 2016):
Gribanova, V. & Harizanov, B. (2016): Whither Head Movement
Harley, H. (2016): What Hiaki stem forms are really telling us
|Friday, Feb. 3||All||Head movement in syntax and morphology?||Gribanova, V. & Harizanov, B. (2016): Whither Head Movement (the manuscript)|
|Friday, Feb. 10||Máire Noonan and Lisa Travis||Revisiting Long Head movement||
|Friday, Feb. 17; 10:30-11:30||All||Meeting with Boris Harizanov||
|Friday, Feb. 24||Jurij Bozic and Lisa Travis||
|Friday, March 3||No meeting (Study Break at UQAM and McGill)|
|Friday, March 10||Meeting cancelled|
|Friday, March 17||No meeting (Half of group at GLOW)|
|Friday, March 24||No meeting (MOT is happening at UQAM)|
|Friday, March 31||Peter Guekguezian (University of Southern California)||Toward a Typology of Prosodic Word Structure Effects of Morphosyntactic Phases.||Templates as the Interaction of Recursive Word Structure and Prosodic Well-formedness.
|Friday, April 7||Heather Goad and Lisa Travis DIFFERENT ROOM: DS-3459||The role of phonology in the Navajo Mirror Principle problem||Harley, H. 2010. Affixation and the Mirror Principle. In R. Folli & C. Ullbricht (eds). Interfaces in Linguistics, Oxford:OUP, 166-186.|
|Friday, April 28||Heather Goad and Lisa Travis||The role of phonology in Mirror Principle violations: the case of Navajo & Chilcotin (continued)|
|Friday, May 12, 8h30-17h||Colloque à l’Association francophone pour le savoir, ACFAS 85. Université McGill, Rutherford 114, 3600 rue University.||Le mot : syntaxe, morphologie et phonologie Programme ici|
|Friday, September 15, 1-2:30||All members||Organizational meeting|
|Friday, Sept 22, 1-2:30||No meeting||Manitoba Person Workshop|
|Friday, September 29, 1-2:30||Tom Leu||Déchaine and Wiltschko||‘Decomposing Pronouns’ by R-M. Dechaine and M. Wiltschko (2002; Linguistic Inquiry 33(3), p.409-442)|
|Friday, October 6, 1-2:30||Lisa Travis||Malagasy augmented pronouns||Zribi-Hertz, Anne and Liliane Mbolatianavalona. 1999. Towards a modular theory of linguistic deficiency: Evidence from Malagasy personal pronouns. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 17: 161–218.|
|Friday, October 13, 1-2:30||Gabe Daitzchman||Ackema and Neeleman||Ackema, Peter, and Neeleman, Ad. (2013). Person features and syncretism. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 31(4). 901-950|
|Friday, October 20, 1-2:30||Gabe Daitzchman||Daniel Harbour||Harbour, Daniel. (2016). Impossible Persons. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.|