MOTH 6 at McGill

We are happy to announce the program of the 6th annual Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto-Hamilton workshop on syntax (MOTH 6) on Saturday, April 28, 2018, hosted at Thomson House, McGill University:

Nico Baier (Faculty lecturer) is the invited speaker, and there will be five presentations by McGill students:

  • Jason Borga – Sprouting, Preposition Stranding, and Sluicing Identity
  • Masashi Harada – Japanese Sluicing with an AP Remnant as a Copular Sentence-Based Sluicing
  • Henrison Hsieh – Peripheral extraction in Tagalog: implications for syntactic ergativity
  • Gouming Martens – Frozen by Context: Focus Effects on Syntactic Freezing
  • Clinton Parker – A feature-based analysis for vestigial ergativity in Shughni

If you’re planning to attend, please register online by the deadline so that we can place appropriate orders for food. Registration link:

Registration deadline: Tuesday, April 10, 2018.

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