Welcome to the lab!
Kate Davidson together with Annemarie Kocab and Jesse Snedeker (Harvard Psychology) received grants
- from the Dean's Competitive Fund for Promising Scholarship for collaborative work on "The Representation of Possibility in Language and in Thought: Evidence from Language Emergence."
- from the Mind, Brain, and Behavior Interfaculty Initiative for collaborative work on"The representation of possibility in users of Nicaraguan Sign Language and homesign."
The following members of our lab presented at the 57th Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 57) on May 6-8. The conference was hosted by the University of Chicago.
• Josh Martin: "Emergent privativity and constrained modulation in adjective semantics" (talk)
• Hande Sevgi: "Syntax on its own is not enough: Sign language classifiers" (poster)
Congratulations to lab member and former lab manager Dr. Gunnar Lund, who defended his Harvard Linguistics dissertation on "Pluractionality in Progress" - an outstanding accomplishment!