Look Who’s Talking: Stanford Linguists at SALT

Several department alums are presenting at the 32nd conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT32), which is being held in hybrid format from June 8 to 10, 2022 by El Colegio de Mexico and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.  Gillian Ramchand (Ph.D. ’94) chaired a poster session on Wednesday and co-presented a talk titled “Temporal Information and Event Bounding Across Languages: Evidence from Visual World Eye Tracking” (abstract).  The following alumni are also presenting posters:

  • Teruyuki Mizuno and Stefan Kaufmann (Ph.D. ’02): “Past-as-Past in counterfactual desire reports: A view from Japanese.” (abstract)
  • Elizabeth Coppock (Ph.D. ’09): “Quantity division vs. distributive quantification: Is ‘per’ just like ‘each’?” (abstract)
  • Charlotte Sant and Gillian Ramchand: “Occasional-type frequency adjectives and quantification over stages.” (abstract)
  • Swantje Tönnis and Judith Tonhauser (Ph.D. ’06): “German clefts address unexpected questions.” (abstract)