Agreement processing in Hindi | Sakshi Bhatia | APRIL 9 [Handout]

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Root of the problem | Anjali Nair | APRIL 1 [Handout]

Queer linguistics in the Indian subcontinent and the question of gender | Enakshi Nandi | APRIL 3 [Handout]

Inside the world of children's pronouns | Yangchen Roy | APRIL 6 [Handout]

Semantic implications: testing them with the Hindi '-to' particle | Ojaswee Bhalla | APRIL 8 [Handout]

Agreement processing in Hindi | Sakshi Bhatia| APRIL 8 [Handout]

Enregistering neutral accents: an ethnography of prescription as social practice in Indian BPO accent training | Kristina Nielsen | APRIL 10 [Handout]

Packaging of 'information blocks' and movement | Lalit Rajkumar |APRIL 13 [Handout]

Understanding language endangerment | R Karthick Narayanan |APRIL 15 [Handout]

Closest conjunct agreement |Nupur Asher |APRIL 17 [Handout]

The language of propaganda (Part I)| Ritesh Kumar |APRIL 18 [Handout]

The language of propaganda (Part II)| Ritesh Kumar |APRIL 18 [Handout]

Case in Indo-Aryan| Sakshi Singh |APRIL 19 [Handout]

No means no? Multiple negation markers in Wagdi| Vyom Sharma |APRIL 20 [Handout]

Processing of Syntactic Ambiguity : Psycholinguistics of L2 Learning | Sari Hamoud |APRIL 20 [Handout]

Beyond 50 words for 'snow: Puzzles in bilingual lexicography| Janani K |APRIL 23 [Handout]

Tibeto-Burman-Dravidian Connection? Adjectives in Magar and Malayalam| Hima S | APRIL 21 [Handout]

Types of ellipsis in Tamil | Rajamathangi S |APRIL 24 [Handout]

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