Sensus is a workshop devoted to the formal study of meaning in Romance languages.

Areas: theoretical semantics and pragmatics and their interfaces with other domains, experimental methodologies, fieldwork, the study of variation and computational approaches

Venue: Integrative Learning Center at UMass Amherst (the ILC is a fully accessible building)

Workshop dates: April 18-19 2020

Invited speakers:

Luis Alonso-Ovalle
(McGill University)

Mariapaola D’Imperio
(Rutgers University)

Donka Farkas
(UC, Santa Cruz)


Organizers: Ana Arregui, María Biezma, Vincent Homer and Deniz Özyıldız

Event sponsored by the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures of UMass Amherst

Contact us at sensus@umass.edu

Photo credits: Oliver Dumoulin, Ricardo Gomez Angel, Vincent Guth, Cloe Hakakian (‘Frida by Cloe’), Drew Towert/Amherst Wire, Gareth Harper, Ronak Jain, Hugo Kemmel, Daniele Levis Pelusi, Christian Phillips, Ryan Quintal, Colin Watts and Scott Webb.