Week of May 15, 2017

NOTE: Spell-Out Blog will be updated only occasionally throughout the summer, and will resume regular updates with the beginning of the fall semester. We wish you all a restful, productive break!

Harvard at SALT 27

Isabelle Charnavel presented her work titled "Not-at-issueness of since-clauses" at Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 27, held May 12-14 at the University of Maryland. 

Goodbyes to Visiting Scholars and Fellows

The department is bidding farewell to the following visitors this spring and summer:

  • Professor Jieun Kim, a Visiting Scholar from the University of Ulsan, South Korea
  • Professor Liping Liu, a Visiting Scholar from the Beijing Language and Culture University, China
  • Tobias Mosbæk Søborg, a Fellow from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Louise Skydsbjerg Friis, a Special Student also from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark

We've enjoyed having you with us!

Ling 117 Poster Session

On Friday, May 5th, Ling 117 (Field Methods) presented their work on the Bantu language Lugwere in a poster session. Following are a few photos of the reception: