Our lab director Kate Davidson participated in BUCLD45 with a joint work with Masoud Jasbi, Annika McDermott-Hinman, and Susan Carey on "Parents’ and children’s production of English negation" (M. Jasbi, A. McDermott-Hinman, K. Davidson, S. Carey).
Two student lab members presented work at Semantics And Linguistic Theory (SALT) 30 at (virtual) Cornell this week! Josh Martin presented a talk on "Wh-the-hell as a polarity-insensitive, speaker-oriented domain restrictor", and Shannon Bryant presented joint work with Diti Bhadra on "Situation types in complementation: Oromo Attitude Reports".
Warmest congratulations to research assistant and ASL program instructor Kate Henninger, who will be starting the PhD program in Linguistics at the University of Chicago this fall! We are incredibly proud of your work already here in the lab, and can't wait to see the exciting places awaiting you in your future.