Princeton Symposium on Syntactic Theory

The Princeton Symposium on Syntactic Theory (PSST) is a workshop centered around developments in theoretical syntax and its interfaces.

Past meetings:

PSST 2022 was held as a hybrid event on April 1st and 2nd, 2022. 
PSST 2021
focused on typology and variation, and was held (virtually) in March 2021.
PSST 2019 focused on counterexamples and was held in April 2019.
PSST 2018 focused on interfaces and was held in April 2018.

PSST 2022 Speakers

Natasha Abner (University of Michigan)
Mark Baker (Rutgers University)
Diti Bhadra (University of Minnesota)
Rajesh Bhatt (UMass Amherst)
Ksenia Ershova (Stanford University)
Steven Foley (Princeton University)
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona)
Alec Marantz (New York University)
Jason Merchant (University of Chicago)
Line Mikkelsen (UC Berkeley)
Milena Šereikaitė (Yale University)
Maziar Toosarvandani (UC Santa Cruz)


Registration for PSST is always free, but participants must register in advance. For details, see the page for the upcoming PSST meeting.

Contact Information

PSST email address: [our 4-letter acronym]

Organizers: Byron Ahn and Laura Kalin (Princeton Program in Linguistics)

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