The Fieldwork Forum and Syntax Reading Group meet on Tuesdays at 1:55pm in Turlington 1208H unless otherwise indicated.
|Sept. 4||Caleb Ewing||Pied-piping with inversion in Patzicía Kaqchikel Maya||slides|
|Sept. 11||Robert Smith||Gutierrez-Bravo 2018, "Clefts and focus in Yucatec Maya"|
|Sept. 18||Michael Stoop||Verbs of emotion in Copala Triqui|
|Sept. 25||Christopher Muntzner||TBD||reading|
|Oct. 2||Robert Smith||Island effects in Yucatec Maya|
|Oct. 9||Caleb Ewing||Aissen 1996, "Pied piping, abstract agreement, and functional projections in Tzotzil"||reading|
|Oct. 16||Brent Henderson||Chimiini morphology|
|Oct. 30||Pamir Gogoi||Nasal and breathy voice|
|Nov. 6||Raphael Iyamu||Aktionsart and morphosemantics of the Edo-IV suffix|
|Dec. 4||Aleks Tomic||Ghost segments in Serbian|
|Sept 11||Fieldwork Forum intro and organization Aaron Broadwell "Changes in Copala Triqui inflection" [Oaxaca, Mexico]|
|Sept 25||Falcon Restrepo-Ramos [summer fieldwork]|
|Oct 9||Michael Stoop "Motion verbs in Copala Triqui" [Oaxaca, Mexico]|
|Oct 23||Robert O. Smith [something about Yucatec]
|Nov 27||C'Andre Codner, John Roland, Caley Rafferty and Corinne Futch
Documentation of the Animere language" [Ghana]
If your name is not on the list here and you would like to speak, please let me know when you would like to talk and what topic you’ll talk about.
The intention of the Fieldwork Forum is to share our ongoing research with each other. Participants agree to take turns presenting whatever data they are currently working on. This can be data that you have gathered in your own fieldwork, or it could be another person’s fieldwork data that you are trying to analyze. Talks are friendly and not very formal, and oriented toward helping each other deal with fieldwork data in the best way possible.
Students from all departments are welcome.
contact: George Aaron Broadwell