Workshop: Current Issues in Comparative Syntax: Past, Present, and Future

The Department of English Language and Literature is hosting a two-day Workshop on “Current Issues in Comparative Syntax: Past, Present, and Future”, March 1–2, 2018.

The Workshop will bring together established and emerging scholars who have worked extensively on major language regions of the world and/or issues related to cross-linguistic variation. The six plenary speakers and five additional speakers will offer talks on fundamental questions in contemporary syntactic theory and syntactic variation and how their languages of interest can shed light on these questions. Additional 10 poster presentations are also scheduled during the workshop.

The conference information is available at

All are welcome to attend.