Sound, Structure, Meaning: Explorations at the Interface

Georgetown Linguistics Society hosted its biennial conference, Sound, Structure, Meaning: Explorations at the Interface, on February 12-14, 2010 at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.  Our theme highlighted the importance of interface studies through in depth explorations of the relationships between grammatical systems. Presentations covered the following interface topics: Syntax-Semantics, Syntax-Morphology, Syntax-Phonology, Phonology-Morphology, Phonology-Phonetics, Lexicon-Syntax, Semantics-Pragmatics.  We were pleased to welcome Alec Marantz (New York University), Angelika Kratzer (The University of Massachusetts, Amherst), and John Beavers (The University of Texas at Austin) as our plenary speakers.  [*Click here to view their abstracts*]

We would like to thank all of our participants and volunteers for their contributions and hard work.  GLS would not have been possible without you! [*Click here for photos of the conference*]

Sincerely,
GLS 2010 Conference Organizers:

Cala Zubair & Justin Kelly

GLSC 2010 at gmail dot com

Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University


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