LAGB Annual Meeting Best Student Abstract Bursary

Since 2016 the LAGB has awarded a full bursary for the best abstract submitted by a student member of the association for the Annual General Meeting. The prize came about when the committee realised that student abstracts were frequently among the highest rated abstracts by anonymous reviewers for the AGM.

The bursary consists of full funding to attend the AGM and is awarded according to the ratings given during the normal double-blind peer-reviewing process.

Past Winners

2020: Not awarded (conference postponed)

2019: Eszter Ronai and Laura Stigliano (University of Chicago) for Clausal ellipsis has an isomorphic source: Evidence from Hungarian adjectival sluicing

2018: Stefano Coretta and Massimiliano Canzi (University of Manchester) for The effect of lexical frequency on vowel phonation as a correlate of /t/-glottaling

2017: Valentina Colasanti (University of Cambridge) for Zero>multiple>single. An acquisition-based approach to complementation from Latin to Romance

2016:  Luigi Andriani (University of Cambridge) for A parameter hierarchy approach to perfective auxiliary selection in Barese
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