Our invited speaker is professor Angelika Kratzer from the University of Massachusetts.
We welcome papers on any topic in linguistics and related fields. This year's Colloquium will feature a special session on applications of constraint based approaches in any of the subfields of linguistics, including but not limited to phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics-pragmatics, computational linguistics, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, and language acquisition.
We, the PLC organizing committee, would like to thank you all, both the presenters and the audience, for taking part in this past
weekend's 23rd Penn Linguistics Colloquium.
We hope you enjoyed the colloquium.
If you have any suggestions for improvement of future PLCs, please send them to email@example.com so we can pass them along to next year's PLC organizing committee. A representative of the Penn Working Papers in Linguistics will be in touch with you about your paper in the coming weeks. Please refer to the Penn Working Papers in Linguistics web page for information on past volumes, submission instructions and so on.
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About the PLC23 Committee
Previously held Penn Linguistics Colloquium: PLC22 (1998), PLC21 (1997)
Links to: Penn Department of Linguistics , University of Pennsylvania
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