MO{L}T{H} a success

This past weekend McGill linguistics hosted the first joint meeting of the MOTH and MOLT regional syntax and phonology workshops, with a keynote talk by Glyne Piggott. Thanks to hard work by undergraduate and graduate student volunteers, everything went off without a hitch. Talks by locals included:

  • Elise Mcclay & Michael Wagner
    Accented unambiguous English pronouns: Parallel function, or topicality and focus?
  • Michael David Hamilton
    The prosody and syntax of focus in Mi’gmaq
  • Guilherme Garcia
    Weight and stress in Brazilian Portuguese
  • Oriana Kilbourn-Ceron
    Vowel devoicing in spontaneous Japanese
  • Morgan Sonderegger and James Kirby
    Actuation without production bias
  • Michael David Hamilton and Brandon J
    Fry
    Accounting for patterns of long-distance
    agreement in Algonquian

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