Ling Fridays: Camacho-Rios on Quechua motion verbs

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Associated motion and direction in South Bolivian Quechua Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk Gladys Camacho-Rios University of Texas at Austin   Online (Email rashields@wisc.edu for the link)   This talk discusses associated motion (AM)/directional polysemy in …

Ling Fridays: Namboodiripad on contact-induced change

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An experimental approach to contact-induced change: Characterizing "contact" Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk Savithry Namboodiripad University of Michigan   Online (Email rashields@wisc.edu for the link)   How does language contact contribute to cross-linguistic variation? This talk …

Ling Fridays: Bigolin on Italian verb-particle constructions

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A morphosyntactic approach to Talmy’s typology. The case of Italian verb-particle constructions Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk Alessandro Bigolin PhD student, Universtat Autonoma de Barcelona   In person in 206 Van Hise Hall   In this talk …

Ling Fridays: Natvig on phonological chain shifts

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What chain shifts tell us about phonological substance in sound change Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk David Natvig, University of Stavanger - Norway   Note time and location change! Hybrid modality: in person in Van Hise …

Ling Fridays: Elliot on Negation in Enxet Sur

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The Path(s) to Zero Negation in Enxet Sur Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk John Elliot Post-doctoral researcher, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology   Online (Email rashields@wisc.edu for the link)   Enxet Sur , an Enlhet-Enenlhet …

Ling Fridays: Hou on Directional Verbs in home sign

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Giving puppies: Children’s development of directional verbs in making hands Linguistics Fridays Colloquia talk Lina Hou, University of California, Santa Barbara   Online (Email rashields@wisc.edu for the link)   Existing research on child acquisition of …