The 49th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 49) was held at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA, from 5-7 October 2018. UD Linguistics and Cognitive Science department was well represented at NELS 49 with 4 posters and 1 keynote speaker.
Benjamin Bruening gave a keynote talk about his work titled "Binding, Coreference, and Presuppositions in the Binding Theory".
Ph.D. students Mai Ha Vu, Enes Avcu, Lars Stromdahl, Bilge Palaz and Jinwoo Jo presented the following posters;
In situ wh-hell: The view from Hungarian. Mai Ha Vu and Karoliina Lohiniva
Neural Underpinnings of Phonotactic Rule Learning. Enes Avcu, Ryan Rhodes, Chao Han and Arild Hestvik.
Configurational Case Assignment is Needed to Explain Promotion to Subject in Uzbek Passives. Lars Stromdahl and Shakhlo Nematova.
Licensing Pseudo-Noun Incorporation in Turkish. Jinwoo Jo and Bilge Palaz.