It was about one and a half years ago that I finally I arrived where I had always wanted to be and do what I had always wanted-- teach students, support small language communities and conduct research on African languages on my doorstep. The University of Cape Town and my new colleagues welcomed my efforts to establish the Centre for African Language Diversity-- CALDi as well as The African Language Archive-- TALA and I was recently appointed the Mellon Research Chair: African Language Diversity this initiative. The main aim of CALDi is to train young African scholars in descriptive linguistics and open up space for research into African languages at UCT with the hopes of countering the dominance of African linguistics outside the continent. It has been a great challenge for which my whole career has been a form of preparation...Read more
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Proceedings of the Northeast Linguistics Society (NELS 30 Conference proceedings, mixed)
* Aguero-Bautista: On Pair-List Readings * Alexiadou & Anagnostopolou: Clitic-Doubling and (Non-)Configurationality * Anttila & Revithiadou: Variation in Allomorph Selection * Ausin: Where does Idiom Interpretation Apply? * Bhatt: Adjectival Modifiers and the Raising Analysis of Relative Clauses * Boeckx: Interpreting A-Chains at the Interface * Boskovic: What is special about multiple wh-fronting? * Bush & Tevdoradze: Broad and Narrow Identificational Foci * Bye & de Lacy: Edge Asymmetries in Phonology and Morphology * Cecchetto: Connectivity and Anti-Connectivity in Pseudoclefts * Cresti: Ellipsis and Reconstruction in Relative Clauses * Cresswell: The Discourse Function of Verum Focus in Wh-uestions * Espanol-Echevarria & Vegnaduzzo: Generalizing Exception Construction: the Case of Romance UNTIL * Frank & Kuminiak: Primitive Asymmetric C-Command Derives X-Bar-Theory * Goh: Pragmatics of the English Tough-Construction * Goldrick: Turbid Output Representations and the Unity of Opacity * Gualmini, Meroni & Crain: The Inclusion of Disjunction in Child Grammar: Evidence from Modal Verbs * Gyuris: The Interpretation of Adverbial uantifiers in Contrastive Topics in Hungarian * Hagstrom: The Movement of uestion Particles * Hallman: Verb-Final as a Subcase of Verb-Second * Han: A Focus Semantic Analysis of Korean uestions * Han & Kroch: The rise of do-support in English: implications for clause structure * Harrison & Kaun: Pattern-Responsive Lexicon Optimization * Heycock & Zamparelli: Friends and Colleagues: Plurality and NP-Coordination * Kalluli: Restrictive Relative Clauses Revisited * Katz: Accounting for the stative adverb gap * Kawu: Structural Markedness and Nonreduplicative Copying * Kennedy: Comparative (Sub)deletion and Ranked, Violable Constraints in Syntax * Koster: Pied Piping and the Word Orders of English and Dutch * Krause: On an (in-)visible Property of Inherent Case * Kuhn: Resolving some apparent formal problems of OT Syntax * Lechner: Conjunction Reduction in Subordinate Structures * Lee: The Emergence of the Unmarked Order in Hindi * Legendre: For an OT Conception of a 'Parallel' Interface: Evidence from Basque V2 * McCarthy: Harmonic Serialism and Parallelism * Mueller: Shape Conservation and Remnant Movement * Nissenbaum: Covert Movement and Parasitic Gaps * Ochi: Adjunct Wh-in-situ and the Nominal Island * Sichel: Evidence for DP-internal Remnant Movement * Simpson & Bhattacharya: Wh Clausal Pied Piping in Bangla * Stepanov: The Timing of Adjunction * Struijke: Why Constraint Conflict can Disappear in Reduplication * Toribio: Minimalist Ideas on Parametric Variation * Tortora: Functional Heads and Object Clitics * Ussishkin: Root-and-Pattern Morphology Without Roots or Patterns * Wiltschko: The categorical determination of pronominal binding properties * Winter: DP Structures and Flexible Semantics * Yang: Universal uantification & Distributivity in Mandarin Chinese * Yoon: Cyclic Spell-Out Model and a Parametric Approach to Pied-Piping in English * Yu and Good: Morphosyntax of Two Turkish Subject Pronominal Paradigms * Zhang: Phonetic Duration Effects on Contour Tone Distribution