Morphology Reading Group
MRG (pronounced ‘merge’) presents the Rutgers Linguistics community a venue to:
- Read and discuss works related to Morphology
- Present original work and receive feedback
- Practice their talks to be given elsewhere
- Attend talks by invited speakers
Linguists with primary interests in Phonology and Semantics are especially welcome! This semester we meet on Tuesdays at 11:30 AM (unless otherwise noted) in Room 108 of the Linguistics department building. Keep an eye out for updates to the schedule.
For further information and opportunities to lead a meeting, contact the organizers:
- Indira Das:
indira <dot> das <at> rutgers <dot> edu
- Sreekar Raghotham:
sreekar <dot> raghotham <at> rutgers <dot> edu
Oct 1, 2019
Deepak Alok: Magahi Agreement Morphology
Oct 15, 2019
Mark Baker: On the Alphabet of Structural Case Features: How do you spell Ergative, Accusative and Genitive?
Oct 29, 2019: 10:30 AM – 11:50 AM
Hazel Mitchley: Wood (ms., 2020): Icelandic Nominalizations and Allosemy
Nov 12, 2019
Huteng Dai: Roark and Sproat 2007: Ch 3. The Relevance of Computational Issues for Morphological Theory.