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ARC (Anglia Ruskin-Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminar

(c) The University of Cambridge

ARC (Anglia Ruskin-Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminar (organised by Gigi Andriani, Adam Ledgeway, Norma Schifano and Michelle Sheehan)

Talks will mostly take place on Thursdays, all at 2-3pm (note the exceptions below). This term, all the talks will take place at the University of Cambridge. Everybody is welcome and please do spread the word among colleagues and students.

 

Thursday 26 April

Speaker: Lílian Teixeira de Sousa (Federal University of Bahia)

Title: N-words and negative concord in Brazilian Portuguese

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, LB12

 

Thursday 3 May

Speaker: Nicola Swinburne (University of Oxford)

Title: Causatives with do-support from Val Camonica (Brescia)

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, LB12

 

Thursday 17 May

Speaker: Chiara Gianollo (University of Bologna)

Title: The rise of Negative Concord: a comparison between Greek and Romance

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, LB12

 

Wednesday 23 May

Speakers: Anna Pineda (CNRS-IKER) & Michelle Sheehan (Anglia Ruskin

University)

Title: On transitivity in Catalan

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, 142 RFB

 

Thursday 31 May

Speaker: Serena Romagnoli (Universität Zürich)

Title: Verbal agreement in Urbinate

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, 142 RFB

 

Thursday 7 June

Speakers: Alejo Alcaraz (University of the Basque Country)

Title: Differential Clitic Marking in Spanish [see abstract below]

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, 142 RFB

 

Thursday 14 June

Speaker: Pia Massaro (University of Florence)

Title: Connecting non-prepositional genitives and linker constructions.

Inclusiveness and variable constraints.

Time: 2-3pm

Venue: Cambridge University, 142 RFB

 

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