Princeton Symposium on Syntactic Theory (PSST)

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

PSST 2019 will focus on counterexamples, and will be held on April 5th and 6th, 2019, at the same time as the inaugural meeting of the Princeton Phonology Forum (PΦF). Visit the PSST 2019 webpage for further details.

(The inaugural PSST, PSST 2018, focused on interfaces and was held in April 2018.)


PSST 2019 Speakers

(listed alphabetically)

Byron Ahn (Princeton University)
Vrinda Chidambaram (UC Riverside)
Sandy Chung (UC Santa Cruz)
Lauren Eby Clemens (SUNY Albany)
David Embick (University of Pennsylvania)
Jane Grimshaw (Rutgers University)
Laura Kalin (Princeton University)
Norvin Richards (MIT)
Sandhya Sundaresan (Universität Leipzig)
Gary Thoms (NYU)
Jim Wood (Yale University)
Michelle Yuan (University of Chicago)



Registration is free! We ask those planning to attend to register by March 20, 2019 at the link below.

Registration Form


Contact Information

PSST email address: [our 4-letter acronym]

Organizers: Byron Ahn and Laura Kalin

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