Mancunians at LAGB meeting

Posted on September 11, 2018 by

A number of Manchester linguists are crossing the Pennines this week to present at the annual meeting of Linguistics Association of Great Britain, hosted by the University of Sheffield.

The programme features the following contributions from Manchester students and colleagues.


Stefano Coretta and Massimiliano Canzi (winners of the best student abstract)

The effect of lexical frequency on vowel phonation as a correlate of /t/-glottaling


Christopher Hicks

Acquiring and grammaticalising individuation


Donald Alasdair Morrison

Scottish Gaelic svarabhakti: Not evidence for prosodic identity in copy epenthesis


Stephen Nichols and George Bailey

Revealing covert articulation in s-retraction


Kersti Börjars and John Payne

Licensing attributive adjective marking


John Beavers (Texas), Kyle Jerro (Essex) and Andrew Koontz-Garboden

Ditransitive Verbs and the Nature of Root Meaning: Evidence from Kinyarwanda


John Beavers and Andrew Koontz-Garboden

Two classes of internally caused change of state verb