UMass Linguists at GLOW 45

The 45th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Colloquium takes place at Queen Mary University of London on April 27-28. An additional thematic workshop takes place on April 26 (Typological generalizations and semantic theory). Current-and-former UMass linguists (*) will be making presentations:

Zahra Mirrazi*: Strenght of counterfactuality and presuppositions of tense pronouns (Workshop)

Deniz Özyıldız* (University of Konstanz), Ciyang Qing (University of Edinburgh), Floris Roelofsen (University of Amsterdam), Maribel Romero* (University of Konstanz), Wataru Uegaki (University of Edinburgh): Cross-linguistic patterns in the selectional restrictions of preferential predicates. (Workshop)

Morwenna Hoeks (University of California, Santa Cruz), Deniz Özyıldız* (University of Konstanz), Jonathan Pesetsky* (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), and Tom Roberts (University of Amsterdam): Event plurality and quantifier scope across clause boundaries (Main session)

Anne-Michelle Tessier* (University of British Columbia), Karen Jesney* (Carleton University), Kaili Vesik, Roger Lo, and Marie-Eve Bouchard (University of British Columbia): The productive status of Canadian French liaison: Variation across words and grammar (Main session)

Adina Camelia Bleotu (Leibniz-ZAS) and Rodica Ivan* (University of Toronto Mississauga): Voice alternation with SE figure reflexives in Romanian (Main session)