Posted on April 2, 2013 by

This week sees Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero make a pilgrimage to generative linguistics’ holiest of holies, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He’ll be giving a “Ling-Lunch” talk there, on Lexical storage and cyclic locality in phonologically driven allomorph selection; click the link to see the abstract.

The talk builds on Ricardo’s recent paper The Spanish lexicon stores stems with theme vowels, not roots with inflectional class features, which has just appeared in the journal Probus.