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UChicago at the Amsterdam Colloquium

Congratulations to the following linguistics graduate students who have had papers accepted for presentation at this year’s Amsterdam Colloquium:

  • Andrea Beltrama, “Totally tall sounds totally younger. From meaning composition to social perception”
  • Tim Grinsell, “An argument for vagueness with holes”
  • Patrick Munoz, “His name is ‘Socrates’ because that’s what he’s called: A model-theoretic account of name-bearing”

They will be joined by our friend from philosophy, Malte Willer, who will present his paper “Simplfying counterfactuals,” for a big Chicago presence at the AC. Congratulations to all!

Posted in conferences, students.