McGill @ MOTH 2021

The annual Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto-Hamilton (MOTH) Syntax Conference is scheduled to take place Monday–Tuesday, April 19th and 20th, hosted virtually by McMaster University. You can find the full program and registration information here: https://moth-2021.webnode.com/, including the following talks by McGillians:

  • Jing Ji, (McGill University): A Hybrid Analysis of Chinese Right Dislocation
  • William Johnston, (McGill University): Verb Serialization as Event-Building: Evidence from Hmong
  • Jonathan Palucci, (McGill University): Unifying English causative and experiencer have: the affected argument

Register for free here: https://moth-2021.webnode.com/registration/

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