CSSL21 / Courses

InstructorCourse Title
Adam Albright
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Computational Phonology
Elena Anagnostopoulou
University of Crete
Intermediate Syntax IIB: Case (Week II)
Athulya Aravind & Roman Feiman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology & Brown University
Language Acquisition: Developmental issues in Semantics (Week I)
Karlos Arregi & Paul Kiparsky
University of Chicago & Stanford University
Morphemes and Morphotactics
David Beaver & Jason Stanley
The University of Texas at Austin & Yale University
The Linguistics of Us and Them (Week II)
Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero
University of Manchester
Phonological alternations: stratification, storage, history
Rajesh Bhatt & Winfried Lechner
University of Massachusetts & National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Intermediate Semantics
Cleo Condoravdi
Stanford University
Introduction to Semantics
Regine Eckardt & Donka Farkas
University of Konstanz & University of California, Santa Cruz
Semantics and Pragmatics of Questions
Kai von Fintel
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Variable costs: An exploration of language in context
Yosef Grodzinsky
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Introduction to Neurolinguistics
Sabine Iatridou
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Intermediate Syntax I: Verbal Morphosyntax and Binding Theory
Kyle Johnson
University of Massachusetts
Introduction to Syntax
Jonah Katz & Philippe Schlenker
West Virginia University & École Normale Supérieure Paris
Musical structure and interpretation: A linguistic approach (Week II)
Idan Landau
Ben-Gurion University
Intermediate Syntax IIA: Control (Week I)
Shigeru Miyagawa & Ian Tattersall
Massachusetts Institute of Technology & American Museum of Natural History
Evolution and Language (Week II)
Roumi Pancheva & Paul Portner & Sergei Tatevosov
University of Southern California & Georgetown University & Lomonosov Moscow State University
Tense and Aspect
Pritty Patel-Grosz & Philippe Schlenker
University of Oslo & École Normale Supérieure Paris
Introduction to Super Linguistics (Week I)
Maria Polinsky
University of Maryland
Syntax of Austronesian Languages
Doug Pulleyblank
University of British Columbia
Introduction to Phonology
Josep Quer
ICREA-Pompeu Fabra University
Introduction to Sign Languages
Norvin Richards
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Contiguity Theory
Ivy Sichel
University of California, Santa Cruz
Language, Gender, and Sexuality (Week I)
Juliet Stanton & Donca Steriade
New York University & Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Morpho-phonology: the cycle and its extensions

Unless indicated otherwise, the courses last two weeks
ORGANIZING COMMITEE
Elena Anagnostopoulou
Alexis Kalokerinos
Ioanna Kappa
Winfried Lechner
CO-DIRECTORS
Sabine Iatridou
Vina Tsakali