Our research aims to discover the rules and representations underlying the structure of particular languages and what they reveal about the general principles that determine the form and development of language in the individual and the species.


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Summer Talk Series 7/09 - Verena Hehl
Speaker: Verena Hehl (MIT) Title: Who would claim that multiple rhetorical wh-questions are real? Time: Thursday, July 9th, 12:30pm - 2pm...
Pesetsky @ ABRALIN Ao Vivo
David Pesetsky was a speaker at a roundtable organized by ABRALIN. the Brazilian Linguistics Society, as part of their ongoing series “Ab...
Newman paper published by Glossa
We are delighted to announce the publication in Glossa of (rising fifth-year student) Elise Newman’s paper “Facilitator effects in middle...
Summer Talk Series 7/09 - Verena Hehl
Speaker: Verena Hehl (MIT) Title: Who would claim that multiple rhetorical wh-questions are real? Time: Thursday, July 9th, 12:30pm - 2pm...
Pesetsky @ ABRALIN Ao Vivo
David Pesetsky was a speaker at a roundtable organized by ABRALIN. the Brazilian Linguistics Society, as part of their ongoing series “Ab...
Newman paper published by Glossa
We are delighted to announce the publication in Glossa of (rising fifth-year student) Elise Newman’s paper “Facilitator effects in middle...
Summer Talk Series 7/09 - Verena Hehl
Speaker: Verena Hehl (MIT) Title: Who would claim that multiple rhetorical wh-questions are real? Time: Thursday, July 9th, 12:30pm - 2pm...
Pesetsky @ ABRALIN Ao Vivo
David Pesetsky was a speaker at a roundtable organized by ABRALIN. the Brazilian Linguistics Society, as part of their ongoing series “Ab...
Newman paper published by Glossa
We are delighted to announce the publication in Glossa of (rising fifth-year student) Elise Newman’s paper “Facilitator effects in middle...

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