Chris Hammerly will be defending his dissertation on August 3rd at 1PM. Chris’ dissertation is entitled ‘Person-based Prominence in Ojibwe.’ In his thesis, Chris explores the syntax and semantics of obviation and person, with a focus on Border Lakes Ojibwe. He also takes up an experimental psycholinguistic investigation of how obviation information is used during real-time sentence processing in Ojibwe.
Please join us, virtually, to hear Chris present his thesis! As ever, the defense will be hosted over Zoom, and we ask that people register for this meeting in advance at the link below!