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John Clayton and Teigo Onishi presenting at LSA 2021

Published: January 4, 2021

John Clayton and Teigo Onishi will be presenting at the Linguistic Society of America 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting. John will be giving a talk entitled “Morphological change from allophonic asymmetry: Indo-Iranian nasals and directional remodeling” at 3:45 pm (PST) on Thursday 7 January. Teigo will be giving a talk entitled “Pronominal clitics in Tocharian B…

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New publication by Tony Yates

Published: December 21, 2020

Tony Yates has published a new article “Voice Reversals and Syntactic Structure: Evidence from Hittite“, co-authored with John Gluckman (University of Kansas), in Glossa.  The article may be found here. Yates, A. D., & Gluckman, J. 2020. Voice Reversals and Syntactic Structure: Evidence from Hittite. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 5(1), 120. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.1164

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New publication by Ian Hollenbaugh: “A New Approach to Prohibitive Constructions in the R̥gveda and the Atharvaveda”

Published: December 18, 2020

Ian Hollenbaugh has published a new article “A New Approach to Prohibitive Constructions in the R̥gveda and the Atharvaveda” in the Journal of the American Oriental Society. The article may be found here. 2020. A New Approach to Prohibitive Constructions in the R̥gveda and the Atharvaveda. Journal of the American Oriental Society 140.4:777–802

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Talk by Teigo Onishi: “Clitic doubling in Tocharian A”

Published: November 29, 2020

Teigo Onishi will be presenting a paper entitled “Clitic doubling in Tocharian A” at the online “Tocharian in Progress” conference on Tuesday 8 December, 2020 (9:00 AM Pacific Standard Time).  See here for a full schedule and information on registering.

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Congratulations to Tony Yates!

Published: October 26, 2020

Lecturer Tony Yates has been awarded a new appointment as a Humboldt Fellow and Postdoctoral Researcher at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, to begin January 2021.  Though we are sad he is leaving, we wish Tony all the best!

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New Lecturer: Jesse Lundquist

Published: October 26, 2020

As of April 2021, Jesse Lundquist (Ph.D. 2017, Program in Indo-European Studies; currently Postdoctoral scholar, Wolfson College, Oxford, and Newton International Fellow of the British Academy) will be joining the Program as Lecturer in Indo-European Studies. See the Faculty page for more information about Jesse.

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