Month: January 2011
Eric Morley’s grammar of Ajagbe
Congratulations to our BA alumnus Eric Morley, for the recent publication by LINCOM Europa of his Grammar of Ajagbe, which he wrote on the basis of fieldwork that he conducted from 2007-2009 as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Klouekanme, Benin. More details about the book are available on LinguistList, and you can find out more […]
Congratulations to Juan Bueno Holle!
Juan Bueno Holle has just received an NSF DEL grant (from the Documenting Endangered Languages program) for dissertation research for his project “Documenting information structure in Isthmus Zapotec.” Great work, Juan!
UChicago at the LSA
The Chicago linguistic community made quite a showing at this year’s recent annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, including talks and posters by: Jason Merchant: Agreement into and out of ellipsis sites Jonathan Keane, Erin Dahlgren, Jason Riggle: Variation in segment duration in ASL fingerspelling Max Bane, Peter Graff (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), […]