The program for GLOW 42 (Oslo, May 7-11) is out, and CASTL is well represented!
On the main program, there’s a talk by Michal Starke together with CASTL alumnus Pavel Caha along with Karen de Clercq and Guido Vanden Wyngaerd, entitled ‘How to be positive’.
In addition, there are posters by Martin Krämer together with Chris Golston (‘Diphthongs as microfeet: Deriving a typological asymmetry’) and Serge Minor and Natalia Mitrofanova (‘A competition-based account of locative modification in Russian’). Maybe we’ll be hearing practice runs for those here soon?
Furthermore, CASTL alumna Sandhya Sundaresan and former CASTL colleague Thomas McFadden have a poster together with Hedde Zeijlstra (‘Deriving selective opacity in adjuncts’). Our colleague from long ago, Anders Holmberg, has a poster with Murdhy Alshamari (‘Topic particles, agreement and movement in an Arabic dialect’).
Congratulations to all of the above on having their abstracts accepted. Have a look at the full program to see many additional exciting talks and posters.