Historical Linguistics Talk – Algonquian family tree

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A more structured family tree: Algonquian subgrouping Jerome Biedny, Andrea Cudworth, Sarah Holmstrom, Monica Macaulay, Gabrielle Mistretta, Charlotte Vanhecke, Bo Zhan, & Joe Salmons, UW-Madison   Algonquian is one of the most intensely and longest …

Language Sciences Colloquium – Stafford

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Time talk: How do bilinguals deploy lexical semantics, morphosyntax, and discourse structure to express temporality in Spanish? Catherine Stafford & José Luis Garrido Rivera Department of Spanish & Portuguese, UW-Madison In this study we compare …

Language Sciences Colloquium – Tejedo-Herrero

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New approaches to old problems: an ecological approach to dialect and language contact in the history of the clitic pronoun system in Spanish Fernando Tejedo-Herrero Department of Spanish & Portuguese, UW-Madison Grammatical restructuring in contact …

Language Sciences Colloquium – Cho

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Second language processing of pragmatic inferences Jacee Cho English, Language Sciences University of Wisconsin – Madison   With an increasing number of bi-/multilingual speakers in the world, researchers have paid much attention to similarities and differences …