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Jayhawks present at Mayan Linguistics conference

Monday, December 5, 2016

Three Jayhawks recently presented their research at FAMLi 4 (Form and Analysis in Mayan Linguistics) hosted by Universidad de Oriente Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico. From left to right on the picture are:

Philip Duncan who presented “El caso ergativo como caso dependiente y ergatividad sintactica en k'iche'”. Phil is currently the recipient of a KU Dissertation Fellowship.

Pedro Mateo Pedro who gave a keynote address entitled “La adquisicion de los sufijos de categoria en Chuj”. Pedro received his Ph.D. in Linguistics from KU in 2010 and is currently a faculty member at Universidad del Valle de Guatemala.

Eric Adell who presented “Evidencia q'anjob'alana para una reevaluacion del protomaya */t/ y */tj/”. Eric received his B.A. in Linguistics from KU in 2013 and is currently a graduate student at UT Austin.

From left to right: Phil Duncan, Pedro Mateo Pedro, and Eric Adell


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