Colloquia are generally held Fridays at 3 pm, in Room 108 of the Linguistics Department, 18 Seminary Place, College Ave Campus. A reception or potluck typically follows.
Speakers are selected by the graduate students in consultation with (and with suggestions from) the faculty.
For more information, please contact the current colloquium organizers:
Yu Cao: yc825 (at) linguistics.rutgers.edu
Megan Gotowski: megan.gotowski (at) rutgers.edu
Akane Ohtaka: akane.ohtaka (at) rutgers.edu
Friday, September 21
Keir Moulton (University of Toronto). Exceptional Agreement via Clausal Determiners
Friday, October 19
Anna Szabolcsi (NYU): Title TBD
Friday, October 26
Kevin McMullin (University of Ottawa): Title TBD
Friday, October 20
Craige Roberts: De se semantics for indexicals
Friday, November 03
Juliette Stanton: Constraints on contrast motivate nasal cluster dissimilation
Friday, December 15
Thomas Graf: One reason to move, a million reasons to be an island: Third-factor explanations from computational syntax
Tuesday, January 23
Ryan Bochnak: Temporal interpretation in complement clauses: The view from Washo, an optional tense language
Friday, February 02
Andries Coetzee: Radically Individualized Linguistic Competence
Tuesday, February 06
Yimei Xiang: Complete and true: Attitudes held of questions
Friday, February 09
Greg Scontras: Property noise and ambiguity resolution: The case of stubborn distributivity
Tuesday, February 13
Yasutada Sudo: How scalar implicatures and presuppositions interact
Friday, February 16
Susi Wurmbrand: ECM cross-linguistically — Consequences for the A/A’-distinction, Case and clause reduction
Tuesday, February 27
Prerna Nadathur: Necessity, sufficiency, and actuality: causal dependence in implicative inferences
Friday, March 02
Mariapaola D’Imperio: Language-specific prosodic parsing: a window into the nature of phonological and phonetic category learning
Friday, March 09
Elliott Moreton: Featural-simplicity biases in phonological learning
Friday, September 25
Andrew Nevins (UCL): Where Can Linearity Trump Hierarchy in Syntax?
Friday, October 23
Gillian Gallagher (NYU): Natural Classes and Phonotactic Patterns
Friday, November 06
Ian Roberts (Cambridge): A Parameter Hierarchy for Passives
Friday, December 04
Gennaro Chierchia (Harvard): Where Does Weak Crossover Come From?
Liliana Sanchez (Rutgers): Modularity from the bilingual perspective: Crosslinguistic influence, feature reassembly and functional convergence
Florian Schwarz (UPenn): Presupposition and implicatures in online processing
Magda Kaufmann (UConn): Embedded imperatives: venturing into the cross-linguistic picture
Bruce Tesar (Rutgers): Output-Driven Phonology
Douglas Pulleyblank (UBC): Out from under lying forms
Alexander Williams (UMD): Implicit agents and remote control
David Pesetsky (MIT): Islands in the modern world
Kyle Rawlins (Johns Hopkins): ‘About’ attitudes
Chris Collins (NYU): Horn Clauses and the Analysis of Negative Polarity Items*
Polarity and Exhaustivity in Questions.
Am I right or wrong? Where do disjunctive questions come from?
Imprecision and Modality
Constraints on Temporal Orientation
Necessity modals: from two strengths to many colors
Locality in the syntax and semantics of attitude ascriptions.
The dynamic core of exceptional scope.
Brett Hyde (Wash U): TBA
Marcel Den Dikken (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences): The Attractions of Agreement