Three Linguistics graduate students—Aliaksei Akimenka, Andrew McInnerney, and Yushi Sugimoto—will give presentations at the 45th Penn Linguistics Conference, to be held virtually March 19-21.

Aliaksei Akimenka will present a poster “A neo-constructivist approach to Exceptional Case Marking constructions.” See abstract.

Andrew McInnerney will present “Against the argument/adjunct distinction.” See abstract

Yushi Sugimoto will present “Options of Externally Merging {v, T, C} – a Comparative Approach” with Andreas Blümel (U. of Göttingen), and Nobu Goto (Toyo U.). See abstract.

The Penn Linguistics Conference  is run by graduate students in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. Register here.